Our board meetings occur once a month and are posted in our calendar. Apart from the first meeting after our AGM, all members are invited and encouraged to attend meetings. This is your chance to provide input, volunteer with our club, and get involved. If you would like a copy of our board minutes, please email the club.
Hazel had been an avid road and cyclo-cross rider for several years and more recently added mountain biking to her repertoire. She quickly realized that mountain biking is so much fun!
What can we say about Terra?
Talented, tenacious, tough, and truly amazing!
A cycling enthusiast (road and triathlon) from a young age, Margot started mountain biking only a few years ago. As a supportive mom on a borrowed hard-tail, she eagerly tagged behind her son on the trails. While she still can’t keep up with him, she has embraced the love of single-track and looks for every opportunity to learn new skills. The Dirty Girlz Bike Club has helped to broadened Margot’s cycling network of like-minded women across the island. Come join us for a ride!
A beautiful smile and the patience of an angel. That’s Michele!
Erin is a daredevil and might just throw caution to the wind once in a while.
When not climbing mountain biking trails faster than a speeding bullet, Jess can be found competing in the BC Bike Race or wearing a chick costume while competing in the Cross on the Rocks.
Louise started mountain biking almost 10 years ago in the Tweed Valley bike hub of Scotland. It was her and her partner’s love of biking which resulted in their emigration to BC in 2016. Having mostly ridden (i.e. struggled to keep up) with her boyfriend and his guy friends, Louise was so grateful to find the Dirty Girlz! She feels riding with the group quickly improved her confidence and skill levels (particularly in Hartland!) and she just loves having like-minded women to have fun, laughter-filled and inspiring rides with. When she’s not riding with the Dirty Girlz, she’s easily spotted on the trails with her equally bike-crazy dog, Patch.
It’s pretty likely you’ll hear Stacey before you see her on the trails, as she can be loud! Stacey got into mountain biking in 2004, when her then 9-year-old son excitedly stated “Mom you have to try this!” after taking a summer mountain biking camp. She tried it, loved it, and is still riding — albeit slower, thanks to some extra “padding”. Stacey still loves the free mud facials during rainy season, socializing with other ladies and just having a good time.