Little Bellas lead, Caitlin Thompson, has chosen Little Bellas as her cause if she is voted as a finalist in the 2019 Philly Health Hero Challenge. Here’s how you can help…
There’s strength in creative freedom and, in collaboration with Garneau, we invited Little Bellas to create a jersey design that reflects how they see themselves.
Your bike can lead you to great things and, if going back to school is more about the journey than the destination, then make the trip a safe route by making sure your bike is working at its best.
August seems like a nice time to lay back and soak up summer…unless you’re a Little Bella. If you’ve been patiently waiting for your program to start, hurrah! August is finally here!!
This month Little Bellas shines its Partner Spotlight on Clif Bar & Company – specifically on Jenna Braddock, a mom and consultant dietitian who works with Clif Bar, who tells us “What makes a healthy snack for active kids?”
World Champion and Little Bellas Pro Ambassador, Kate Courtney, will be taking over the Little Bellas Instagram account for a Q&A and YOU have the chance to submit your questions to Kate!
We’ve always believed that there’s something to this mountain biking thing — now it’s not only us who’s saying that. See who else is chatting up Little Bellas in this roundup of Little Bellas in the news!
Our wheels are spinning so fast as we head into July that who needs brakes when Little Bellas nationwide are the ones who are punching up the pace?! Read on about our Give it a Whirl Days; program updates, Kate Courtney’s Mantraband and more!
“Be the change you want to see” – that quite literally is what inspired founders Angela Irvine, and Sabra and Lea Davison to create Little Bellas. Once a month we’ll be sharing news from our partners, starting with Louis Garneau and its Role Models video series featuring Sabra and Lea. What you’ll see in this video
In advance of Father’s Day this Sunday, we wanted to recognize all the dads who’ve cheered us on from the moment we took our first pedal stroke up until now. Your ability to teach without preaching, to challenge us to go beyond our limits, and – for sure – to hide your terror when we