SRAM Women’s Program and Little Bellas Launch MTB Mamas
With the new year underway, SRAM Women’s Program and Little Bellas offer motivation for women looking to improve their mountain bike skills with the launch of the MTB Mama Programs.
The inaugural program will take place in Carver Lake St. Paul, Minnesota and Burlington, Vermont. A limited number of spots in this free half day clinic will be available to women. Topics covered will include mountain bike skills clinics for newbies and skilled riders as well as a tech clinic where they will learn more about the components and mechanics.
“The SRAM Women’s Program is super excited to partner with Little Bellas to create a program to focus on getting more women on bikes. Little Bellas is for getting more young women on bikes and through this partnership we hope to get more moms on bikes too,” remarks Sara Jarrell, SRAM Women’s Program Coordinator. The SRAM Women’s Program purpose is to get more women on bikes and build a cycling community fueled by the power of bicycles and impassioned by innovative products that help grow the cycling community at large.
"We've seen a shift in the amount of confidence and skill of the girls in the program. Our Little Bellas are looking to ride with their families more than ever. We've seen a rise in the number of families who are riding together. With speedy, newly skilled Little Bellas nipping at their heels, moms wanted a program of their own or simply want to start a sport their daughters now enjoy. In partnering with SRAM, we were able to do just that!" mentions Sabra Davison, Executive Director of Little Bellas.