- Back to the start! Great ride today with beautiful weather. #ridebham #womens100 #tourdecahaba http://t.co/O2JKfstdMy 1 week ago
- Leg 1 complete as we pull into the first pit stop. #womens100 http://t.co/A4LpDYu0gJ 1 week ago
- Ready to go here at the #tourdecahaba and #womens 100 http://t.co/JRTr2KGuGl 1 week ago
Category Archives: Need to Know
***IMPORTANT NEWS*** MC3 will be charging membership dues in 2014. After three years as a grassroots organization, MC3 has filed for official 501c3 status. Insurance requires official membership dues, so we’ll be inviting you to join via BigTent.com. Membership is … Continue reading
As the weather starts to cool down and light disappears earlier each day, I start getting questions from new cyclists (and new to cold weather cyclists) about what to wear. Here is a primer and a few links to get … Continue reading
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Check out this great Columbia News Service article about women’s mechanical clinics, a growing trend that Birmingham happens to be leading. Magic City Cycle Chix (MC3), our 600-member women’s cycling group in Birmingham, was featured for our Wine, Wenches and … Continue reading
On April 28th Bo Jackson will ride into Coleman Coliseum on the University of Alabama campus at Tuscaloosa at 3:00pm. Bo’s arrival will mark the end of his 300-mile journey across the state, raising funds and awareness for the communities … Continue reading
See today’s great write-up on MC3 by Mandy Shunnarah in the Magic City Post. Check it out!
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…you may lose it to a check-bearing chick who gets to me first.* We will place another order soon, but the price will go up slightly, since it will not be as big of an order. (Pricing is dependent on … Continue reading
Last weekend brought together nearly 60 women from 8 states with one thing in common: mountain bikes. The first MC3 Women’s Mountain Bike Camp, held at Oak Mountain State Park in Birmingham, Alabama, drew participants ages 7 to 70 from … Continue reading
If you participated in the May MC3 Women’s Mountain Bike Clinic, we want to know what you liked, and what we can do better. Please take this quick survey share your feedback. TAKE THE SURVEY If you’re signed up for … Continue reading