Whatever I write, it won't do justice to the experience I had at SheRide. Weeks after camp, we were emailing each other & passing on knowledge of what we learned at camp & reminiscing about the tree runs & boxes we hit (not literally) . There were about 30 of us, all of us fundamentally similar in our desire to learn and to have fun. The coaches divide the groups everyday depending on what you want to learn & the coaches rotate. You also have one coach who dedicates one day to videotaping all the riders. Each day was different; each coach engaged us in a different way; the results at the end of the camp were amazing. I’ve been riding for a long time and have never felt this empowered. The five lovely ladies in my group found support in each other and we found it much easier to drop our boundaries & limitations. For me, those boundaries were the trees. I avoided them like soggy pretzels. But after day three of SheRide, I won’t say that I’ve conquered them, but I’ve found a way to enjoy them a little bit. Now, the little 5 year olds won’t put me to shame. It says something when many of the participants were previous SheRide graduates that keep coming back. I hope to be a repeat offender too.
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