Women Who Ride - Angie Hohenwarter

Mar 9, 2011
by Ian Hylands  
I managed to spend a morning with World Cup 4X racer Angie Hohenwarter last summer at Crankworx, we shot some photos and talked about things that make her wheels turn.
Twenty something Angie Hohenwarter has been riding bikes since she was 4 years old, and racing since she was 9. Her results and riding style definitely reflect that, and she's chalked up a pretty decent string of results in the last few years. 4th place at the Schladming World Cup 4X in 2008, Austrian 4X Champion, 4th at the Bromont World Cup, 5th at the European 4X Championships and a few more...
Angie lists her favorite place to ride as Canada and she looks right at home cornering over Canadian roots...
Angie racing at Leogang, photo by Ale di Lullo


 
The Details:

You race mountain bikes, how did it start?

My brother and father always drove to XC Races – I got a bit jealous and wanted to do that too, so that´s how it started... that was 17 years ago.

 
Why do you race?

Cause it is fun to compete against riders from all over the world.

 
What made you choose 4X instead of DH or XC?

XC was too boring for me, I needed more action so I switched to DH and then to 4x because I like the battle between the racers.
 

What was your scariest moment on a bike?

It was in Leogang where I was training for the “Top to Bottom Eliminator”, I crashed pretty hard and dislocated my shoulder...
 

Favorite place to ride?

Canada!
 

What influences you in racing, who do you look up to?

I love to travel around, meet people, see different countries/culture... it´s a once in a lifetime experience for me.

 
Are you inspired by any pro women racers, if so, which ones?

There are lots of great pro women racers e.g. Jill Kintner racing 4x – she switched to BMX and won an Olympic Medal or Rachel Atherton, who was coming back so strong from a big Injury. I think every Woman racer can inspire you in different ways.

 
You're a girl, how does it feel to be in a sport that's predominantly males?

At my Work it´s also the same with the guys, sometimes it’s not easy, but I don´t care. I have fun, enjoy it and girls rock too!
 

Do you do any other sports? Cross training?

I like all kinds of different sports e.g. climbing, skiing, archery, yoga, tennis...
 
 
More Personal Stuff…

Girlie or Tomboy? Mixed!

Dresses or Jeans? JEANS!

Favorite riding clothes? Maloja
 
Tea or Coffee? Coffee in the morning, tea at night.
 
Makeup? That depends on the event.
 
Pink or Black? RED!

 In 5 years…? I´ll be older and still riding my bike.
 

Sponsors?

Norco Bikes - Maloja - TSG - Schwalbe - Oakley - Syntace - Marzocchi - WTB - Skins

Photo copyright Bause.at
Photo copyright Bause.at


For more info on Angie and some more great riding photos of her from Tommy Bause and Ale di Lullo you can check out her website

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161 Comments

  • 234 23
 From now on any comments that aren't appropriate to the article will be removed, and anyone posting lewd or inappropriate comments will be warned and or banned. Thank you.
  • 28 1
 sweet pics!
  • 13 2
 I like how you show them in different style and situation.... not just riding, we can see the human side of them. not just the racing side of this industry
  • 11 0
 I think the posed shots are sweet! I always like to see the face behind the helmet (helps that this one is not hard to look at too haha). Like your thing with Kirt & the spider on his face, portraits add a lot about the persons personality & is just as important as the riding to me.
Great interview & shots!
  • 6 3
 nice rig
  • 54 5
 Thanks god for this ban!! I was getting really ticked off with all of the sexist comments, like ericpalmer just said, its cool to see the rider behind the helmet. However, its a little annoying when there are hundereds of comments such as "Id ride her" or "she can ride me any day"....Its childish and un-necessary. Cheers IanHylands and Pinkbike for finally sorting things out. Hopefully we can look at pictures without having to hear about the hormone raged kid fantasies.
Rant over.
Peace
  • 3 0
 What bike is that? that paint job is trippy.
  • 12 2
 @zer0her0 it's a very popular misconception, however the majority of Pinkbike users are between the ages of 20-40, they're not "hormone raging teenyboppers"
  • 3 1
 I like, just like PublicOnion, the corner shots the most. Although that drop from the buswreck is pretty awesome aswell. There's no need for me to say this because she's a world class rider, but Angie has a great riding style!
  • 12 4
 Typical Pinkbike argument, i've said it before and ill say it again, it is no longer fun to come to this website. I used to be an avid viewer, checking the posts every day and having a read through the comments. Now i find myself trawling through pointless arguments/disagreements.
  • 12 0
 About time Ian, we need some structure on here! I support you.
  • 8 0
 @Ian. I would give 10 props to that if I could. Thanks for stepping in on that.
  • 7 1
 Ian you, you kill joy! hahah anyways...moving forward!
  • 7 47
flag Rasterman (Mar 9, 2011 at 13:05) (Below Threshold)
 I suggest a more strict rule when displaying comments. By default, not only hide comments that go below -10, but just outright don't even put them on the page, don't show the author name, "show comment", replies, or anything, allow an option to see these comments like the sort comments buttons, but it is off by default. Or automatically put them at the bottom of the comments even when sorting comments by time.

To help more quickly hide bad comments, allow users with a significant amount of positive comments, to have higher influence on comment rating when they vote on something. For example perhaps a person who has had their previous 10 comments average +5 or so, when they vote on a comment it would count as +2 or -2. Or allow PLUS members more influence.

The main thing you have to do is put the power into the people who read the site and whom you can somewhat trust. Having staff or you police the comments has many drawbacks, and I'm sure you would much rather be doing something else.
  • 36 3
 ^^or you could just stop whinning like a little bitch and exept the rules that imply for everyone and stop clogging up the page with huge speeches about stuff that only the miniority will agree with...
  • 6 2
 @ mat-bike-baha- thank you!! logic!! i really think that the people on pb who kiss up to people like ian should be the ones kicked off because theyre 'just so perfect' that they can agree with the big guy!! get real people and btw- theres always mpora.com if pb doesnt work for u any more with all of these new rules and shit..... and anyway the rules should stay the same...
  • 2 0
 Rasterman bought a roadtrip card hoping that the last point in his second paragraph would come true. jk
  • 14 2
 It's a short road from censorship to Soviet style death camps.

That was a joke, but why are you inadvertently (but positively) segregating female riders by showcasing them distinctly apart from male riders? Rather than focusing on the fact they are female, why not just feature female riders and male riders in equal lights? And if you don't want sexually oriented comments, and the article is purely about a rider, then why feature the rider in a sultry pose, you don't feature guys with their shirts off looking all sweaty and manly!
  • 1 0
 I wouldn't have classed 'Yoga' as a sport myself, but... Razz

That first shot looks like its straight off the set of some kids show. Wild haha.
  • 2 1
 Wow Ian, thank you soo much! I arrived at the comment section of this article fully expecting the first comment to be "shes hot" and the second one to be a pic of a smiley face peering out from behind a sheep, but these comments have defied all expectation, thanks to you. Happy Wednesday!
  • 1 0
 pretty sure i said more than "sweet pics" ...
  • 1 0
 really good pics
  • 1 0
 the first comment reminds me of my grade school teacher.... props to you man and what a lovely girl......
  • 6 0
 Wow. Pinkbike is supposed to be a community of like minded individuals who share a love of riding bikes.

All of this undermining and bitching just takes away from the facts that A) Angie is a cool girl forging her way in what could easily be classified as a predominantly male sport and B) Ian Hylands spent a bunch of his time and energy to bring Pinbike users the great story of an up and coming rider.

Now you all come on here and slag him off, or cat call Angie like a bunch of middle schoolers hiding behind their keyboards?

Time to grow up. Show some respect for Angie, Ian and Pinbike.
  • 1 0
 Ian, I think this new comments filtering etc is a great idea, an article with hundreds of comments of meaningless drivel does annoy me. However surely a simple way to stop attracting such lewd/inappropriate comments would be to alter the photo's in the article. The artistic modelling-esque shots which can only serve the purpose of showing off her looks etc will only be able to e commented on in a certain way no? I've nothing against such photos, as 9 times out of 10 the women in question are pretty hot but you see where I'm coming from I hope?! Anyway, thats just my two cents, great article as ever!
  • 15 2
 I can agree with the "stop featuring her as a girl, and just call her a rider" point. There is no point in making a big deal about her being a chick. Especially if you've ridden with her. Go ahead and try and tear off a lap with her on Aline and keep her in sight. Good luck with that. Wink
  • 10 3
 When the title of the article is "Women Who Ride" that throws your comment out of the window. The whole point of the article is that she is a women, and there are very few women in this sport and it is and should be a big deal, we need more women to get into it, and showcasing women in the sport can only help that. I sure as hell would like to see more women on the trails. I have no doubt if she were a man you would never be covering her and we would never hear of her, I'm sure she is good and fast, but there are thousands of similar men, its the fact that she is a woman this article was even made so why hide that fact?

The only issue with covering women, which it sounds like is already being worked out, is that whenever a women is covered many juvenile idiots on the site make crude comments, that they would likely not make in person to her because they are too immature and cowards, and because its just plain rude. Just because you are behind the veil of your internet connection shouldn't allow you to be an ass. So check yourself.
  • 5 0
 agreed. biking sometimes seems like a bit of a sausage fest... Razz
  • 1 0
 how old is this chick
  • 10 0
 Love the shot of her cornering. So that's how I'm supposed to be doing it. Agree with the ban on sexist comments. Personally don't need to see that garbage on a public forum.
  • 1 0
 That rail car. Epic. How that got there? Mad props!
  • 1 0
 It's south of Whistler. Good spot
  • 10 3
 I am very thankful for the "strict" expectations regarding comments. For the kiddies who say "its your fault I say or do inappropriate things because you showed the pictures" you should consider I worked with sex offenders for years, and they said the EXACT SAME THINGS!!!!

Nice writeup. Its great to see good riders being recognized.
  • 4 3
 Good point, it's easy to blame someone else for your own lack of self control... thanks!
  • 1 1
 i think these rules need to stay the same
  • 8 2
 Great pics, although that last one looks like a clothing advertisement and is just begging for comments not relating to her as a biker. And so i am going to make one... she is beautiful!
  • 10 5
 no need for the 'women who ride' title....unless you'll also publish 'men who ride' articles as well...

out on the trails/races everyone's equal - it's mainly just on forums where daft sexist comments exist

the photos would be just as pretty with an ugly bearded fat bloke in them (well, maybe not the 3 shirt piccies)
  • 5 2
 The article is focusing on a demographic not often enough reached by the bike industry. Of course its going to be titled woman who ride if that is what it is about. Is it bad to focus on women?
  • 6 3
 no its not bad to focus on women, thats not the point he is making, the point he is making is that the most probable reason for the sexist remarks being posted is that it is posted with a title that automatically segregates the article, but so what, this argument has two sides, yes, there should also be a men who ride post as this is just as sexist, but from the other point of view, and to be fair, there are not many women highlighted in the sport, and this does just that, this can be taken either way, but i just cannot stand people thinking they have smart remarks or think they're one better by posting a comment like the one im replying to. Diabolicus, i agree with you
  • 1 8
flag nouser (Mar 9, 2011 at 6:25) (Below Threshold)
 Thinking I have smart remarks? I said pretty much exactly what you said about woman not being highlighted in the sport. How the hell are you assuming i think im better? You wouldn't be saying anything if an article was focusing on people who are older and still racing or if there was an article focusing on people in a certain area. You're simply being oversensitive because it might involve sexism. Look at the comments from women on this page and you can see exactly why this article is being posted. They are all stoked to see this article and like that woman are being highlighted.
  • 9 0
 I'm a girl and I will say that I don't think it is being sexist. I think its awesome when they highlight women of our sport since most of the articles on here are about men (since it is a man dominated sport). It's more inspirational to me personally when I can see there are girls out there like me who are making it to the big leagues. The title isn't sexist, just a fact. She's a woman and she rides. Smile
  • 2 0
 thank you!
  • 1 0
 i don't see anything wrong with the title coz probably, almost every mountain biker i know or see here in pinkbike is a guy so seeing this title is telling me that there are women also ride mountain bikes but are as good as guys too. i wish a lot of women get into the sport and with articles like these, it may raise interest towards the opposite sex.
  • 1 0
 doritos u gotta lot of info in this Big Grin
  • 5 0
 First of all I want to say this a great write up, its fab to see articles on 'women that ride' (since I am a woman!) and it inspirational for me to see. She can really tear it up! Go girl!

However, what isn't inspirational was all the low smutty comments that I have seen on previous 'women that ride' articles. In fact it really puts me off, as a girl, from riding. It makes me think - is this what men/boys really think of us girls that like to get out and rip it up on our bikes? Do they need the internet and websites to voice their opinions that they are too cowardly to say to us to our faces out on the trial? I don't want to be out riding my bike if this is what men/boys are thinking.

I love the photos of Angie riding, and I do like the lifestyle shots too, but the ones holding her t-shirt are getting a bit beyond life style! If photos are going to be put up like that, please do the same with articles on men. Its only fair!!
  • 1 1
 Ok, I'll post photos of a guy holding his shirt, or maybe with his hands in his pockets... As far as the comments in the past they are being dealt with, however I can't actually control what people think. It's not so much what very many people think, only a fraction of a percent probably, but they're the ones you notice when they comment.
  • 3 0
 I agree about finally doing something about the offensive comments on this site. I actually avoid pinkbike sometimes because I tend to get so annoyed by the comments. Great article and thanks to Pinkbike for continuing to feature female riders.
  • 3 1
 The Drop Off of that old train-car, or metal SeaCan (whatever it is) is a Dope photo Ian, i like how you decided to hit her with the light from behind and below. Shooting in the woods on days like that where the light becomes spotty can be hell.
  • 2 0
 i think there should be much more womans in gravity sports. i know that much how want to trie it but they are afraid of the trolls loughing at they. also much of them are not inverted at forums. but all of them have much fun when they try our sports. (sorry for my rusty english)
  • 4 0
 Probably she rides better than me.
Nothing wrong with this photo, should be in the article too: www.pinkbike.com/photo/6277150
  • 1 0
 it's the title photo if you look on the homepage...
  • 3 0
 Thanks to PB & Ian for trying to put a stop to the string of stupid comments that follow every story, picture and video. We don't want hear them. Plus thanks for showing the female side to a male dominated sport.
  • 4 2
 Well, I'm not sure what is acceptable to say in my comments anymore since the comment police are out in force now, so I'll be safe and say, "I really liked the trees in those pictures. I also really liked the font you used in the article!" .................Did I offend anyone? Please don't send me to sarcasm jail!
  • 3 0
 Girls that can shred a bike are a turn-on and when they look as good as she does cornering a bike like that all I can say is Damn girl you fine and could leave me in the dust Razz
  • 2 0
 I love articles that get people all fired up and internet tough. A lot of you guys seem to hate the bickering and stupid comments, but that's what makes pinkbike awesome. I could go elsewhere and read about new products or look at pictures, but only here can I do that and read hilarious nonsense that may or may not relate to the bike content. Don't change too much PB.
  • 1 0
 that's what makes Pinkbike awesome for you, and I respect that. However it's also what ruins the experience here for thousands of users and we are trying to improve that experience for everyone.
  • 1 0
 Oh I totally understand Ian, and the trashy comments about women have no place here at all. I see no problem with getting the nonsense under control, I just don't think making this place 100% serious is what your users, or sponsors want. I mean who is the sponsors target audience? Is it you and I who are already on the downside of our spending on the sport? Or is it the 13 year old who might be an immature little ass still, but spends thousands of his or her own money, and their parents money yearly, and will continue to do so for much longer than you or I will. That's just my take on it. But nonetheless, good to see you so active at PB Ian. You put a lot of time and effort into this site, and it definitely shows.
  • 2 0
 I don't think we need to worry about it ever being 100% serious...

thanks!
  • 1 0
 haha fair enough.
  • 2 0
 WOW! I LOVE THIS! It's not about boys or girls, ITS ABOUT RIDERS! Women on bikes are not trying to step on men's toes. We're just doing our thing and having a blast! I just started riding but it's nice to know I'm not alone. Girls do rock! Yay!
  • 2 0
 Great to see articles about women making it in this scene! Not too surprised about the comments... but happy for the censorship. Most people don't need to read that tripe. The trail with the train wreck on it is called train wreck. Back in the 60's a bunch of cars derailed and at that time they just left them there. Its also been called Staff Housing!
  • 2 0
 have read through most of these post's. what a load of crap, it's like points of view. It's great to see more female riders, believe me it would be great if the wife was into riding(biking). Or would it. At the end of the day Ian is doing his job by keeping the crap comments out. As for ass kissing/brown nosing and bitching about other peoples comments that you don't agree with, GET A FU#@&$G LIFE. Get out on the trails and rip it up and stop bloody moaning about what others have to say. Pb is a great website for news reviews and in general keeping in touch with your own biking buds. to be honest you won't stop the small minded comments, and that goes for both sexes
  • 3 1
 I've ran into Angie at a few Norco press camps and she is always shredding with the boys and Darcy. Good to learn a little more about the unnaturally Red head from Austria - nice pics Ian.
  • 2 0
 Keen write up and photos, dig it. Bring more. . As for the lewd comments - nobody is holding a gun to anybody's head forcing them to comment. I think its a great rule. 'Bout time someone asks for a little class!
  • 1 0
 It's pretty awesome to see the diversity or mtb riders, i have met people from all walks of life who just love to go out and get loose/lifted. Any idea where the picture of the mountains was taken at? And Ian how awesome of a rider do i have to become for to come out and take some pics of me shredding? hahahah.
  • 1 0
 Ian: Your comment about the average pinkbike users age might be incorrect. While the statistics might show the majority of users are 20-40, that's only how old they say they are. In a culture where age is an image of superiority, I'm sure many users display an age that is significantly higher than the truth.
  • 3 0
 Actually I think it is probably the opposite as well, there are many users that I know are in there 20's or 30's with ages that display as 11 or 12. We use the age listed on the site in conjunction with other statistics to come up with a basic range. It's not an exact science, but of the almost half a million users on Pinkbike I think we can say that a significant portion of them are over the age of 20. What makes you think otherwise is the fact that the teenage group is by far the most vocal group on the site, posting in the comments and forums. The majority of the more mature users don't post much, and are mostly invisible...
  • 1 0
 I love the new comment rules. See my little American flag? Free speech ill say what I want. Being that there is no government that owns the internet legally we can say what ever the hell we want. You have a comment option so there's my comment love or hate it. Try and tell me this is off topic you'd be wrong being it was mentioned at the bottom of the article. So go ahead remove it and you'll be breaking your own Damn rule.
  • 3 0
 There is freedom of speech, but this is a privately owned and operated website. It's well within their rights to choose what they display on their page.
  • 1 0
 You're quite right Seraph. @KTownRoyster you have the freedom of speech, I respect that, however this is a private website and we have the freedom to do whatever we want within legal boundaries. That includes dictating to a large extent what is and is not appropriate content for the site and enforcing that. That includes removing objectionable comments and content. There is a Terms of Service Agreement and Posting Etiquette that you agreed to when you signed up for your account, you can view it at any time if you're unsure of it. Aside from that we really don't censor much, if you look through the comments on a lot of posts I think you'd have to agree...
  • 1 0
 angie looks like an awesome rider. its not sexist to point it out. everyone gets all worked up about if it's morally correct to segregate. well it is. but theres a line. to recognize that there arent alot of female riders is not sexist, theres not alot of female racecar drivers. i think that its awesome and we should encourage more girls to ride! but i also think that sexual comments should stay out of this thread. shes a pretty woman and a skilled rider. this isnt myspace. its pinkbike. respect is etiquette.
  • 3 1
 Ian, Great interview. She is most definitely an major up and comer!! I would definitely like to see more interviews like this.
  • 2 1
 Austria is in the house! =) That "train shot" looks great with the graffiti on it. And of course Austria is a fun place to ride but i think Canada is much better when it comes down to bikeparks and trails. ^^
  • 1 0
 these comment section really need policing, im thinkin about setting my site out like this but the tards that i see on here make me think twice. Great interview with a great rider, keep em coming!
  • 1 0
 LOL Ian the men/boys cant be tamed! At least this time the model is over 18 and not considered a child! Anyways, good write up Ian. You already know how I feel about these articles and the semi provocative pics.
  • 2 1
 As usual the pics from Mr.H are superb, i like the last two also. Austria looks like an awesome place to ride.Pink-bike rules!!!!
  • 4 2
 Bout time crude comments got bard. Sure she's hot but the fact that she might out race some is enough said. Nice one Ian.
  • 1 0
 It is just good to see ladies riding bikes, even in Downhill and 4x too. I hope in the future more women will try this sport. Smile
  • 1 0
 man i was going to do a normal comment....... but then, i came back and saw a POWER BALANCE, ahhahahahaahahahahahahahhaahah....... power balance...
  • 1 1
 Yes, let's laugh and redicule a company that's pumping money into the pockets of deserving riders... Their products don't work so they're evil and deserve no place in our sport!!! Get over it.
  • 1 0
 Good article, great pics! And thanks for moderating the comments. I've largely started ignoring them due to the volume of pubescent smack talk and insults.
  • 1 0
 what ever everyone is saying ,happy to see a girl riding and the pics are great ,hope to see more action shot in the futur good job on the pics
  • 3 0
 Need to get my daughter to read this.Salute
  • 1 0
 props 2 angie! /tight pictures and ur preddy cute too. hope more women do get into the sport...travelling and biking would be a dream..wicked sponsers! \keep high rollin\
  • 1 0
 Man... I need to meet some girls like this! She sounds like a super cool person and she rips on a bike! Not to mention that she also ain't too shabby looking Big Grin
  • 5 3
 awesome lean in that last berm!!!!!! mega sick picture
  • 1 0
 Nice to see ladies riding. And even nicer racing. Good luck to you. Great rider. Great website.
  • 1 0
 Beautiful and can kick your ass down the mountain, can't beat that! We love you Angie!!!
  • 1 0
 its great to see that women are actively taking part, for too long the sport has been male dominated! go for it angie!
  • 1 0
 this is sweet! there should be more women stuff on here, good to see the girls in action! fair play Smile
  • 2 0
 Love the Hair, always a pleasure to see girls shredding !!!
  • 1 0
 Great shots Ian, awesome riding Angie, the one off the old box car is awesome.
  • 1 0
 Yeah, well all the BS aside, thanks for the post, and good luck in 2011, Ang.
  • 2 0
 Oh maa dayz yur well fit bby
  • 1 0
 Massive props to Ian for reining in the comments section. Any chance of a spell check feature?!?! Wink
  • 1 0
 Probably not anytime soon, although I know firefox tells me when it thinks something is spelled incorrectly, and anything slightly longer such as an article I usually write in a word processing program anyway, then cut and paste into PB.
  • 1 0
 That doesn't help with "their they're there" situations, unfortunately.
  • 2 0
 gotta love women who ride bikes
  • 2 2
 "XC was too boring for me" she says. I don't care what kind of bike riding you do, if you don't like to pedal you don't like riding a bike.
  • 2 1
 Angie has no problem pedaling, she just doesn't want to race XC...
  • 2 1
 At Sask - How can you honestly say that? Riding a bicycle is not only about pedaling.
  • 1 0
 "Angie has no problem pedaling, she just doesn't want to race XC"...OK, fair enough.
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"At Sask - How can you honestly say that? Riding a bicycle is not only about pedaling". . . .Not what I said. But I would argue that pedalling is the most important part of riding a bike. Of course there are other, very important skills as well. I just like to "earn my turns."
  • 1 0
 'course you "earn your turns". If your from saskatoon, you dont really have much of a choice now do you?
  • 1 1
 Your from Saska-bush! Your opinion on XC vs. DH riding is invalid.
  • 1 0
 RoverDover (Mar 10, 2011 at 19:17)
Your from Saska-bush! Your opinion on XC vs. DH riding is invalid.
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Thanks for telling me where I live. I'm from Saskatoon yes, but do I live there? No. You gotta pedal to ride. DH racers would agree with me.
  • 2 0
 i respect every girl cycler. Would be cool to have a gf whit same hobby Wink
  • 1 0
 i love how PB deletes TONS of comments whether they are actually "obscene" or "rude"
  • 1 0
 we delete comments that are inappropriate for this site for various reasons. That includes anything that is sexually or racially derogatory or discriminatory, as well as some comments that are completely off topic. We generally don't delete much else. For the basic rules on what is or isn't acceptable and why comments may be deleted please read the posting etiquette guidelines and the terms of use agreement that you agree to by becoming a member of this site.
  • 1 0
 my comment was not racial, derogatory, discriminating and or sexual in any way what so ever. it was on topic and inline with the other article on lauren dany.
  • 2 0
 Awesome Big Grin I want to be that good!
  • 1 0
 did she mean Anne Caroline Chausson when she talked about inspiring women racers...?
  • 2 0
 AWESOME! I LOVE IT WHEN WOMEN RIDE!
  • 1 0
 Great shots in there Ian!!
  • 8 10
 hmmm i wonder if the same raction would happen if it was a female rider commenting on how fit simmons or peaty is etc etc...
whats is classed as lewd or inappropiate? whatever pisses Ian off on the day i guess
  • 9 3
 women generally have more self control & tact in that department than guys do.
  • 3 2
 hahhahaaa, well said manboobs!
  • 2 0
 schley is hot with pretty eyes and gee has a nice body mmmmmm
  • 1 0
 I hope this new listing rule rolls on Ian, thanks!
  • 2 1
 Kool article and shots mate
  • 2 0
 I want a girl like her!
  • 2 1
 Shes hardcore and surprisingly cute!
  • 1 0
 Sick story, and nice shots, good work Ian. Smile
  • 1 0
 chick rips it, gorgeous girls out riding will always get my props.
  • 1 0
 Where can I see the cover photo, the one on the home page?
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 I'm just glad she's riding for Norco.
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 Kärnten hat ja doch noch Persönlichkeiten Smile
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 Nicely done! Smile Pretty pink hair too!
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 lip peircing, red hair, bikes. im keen.
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 o my gawd i luv women ridahz! peace
tha angel has wingz Wink
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 u are soooo good looking and ride sooo great have funn and canada has the best trails lol
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 i love the leongang photo, really cool smudging effect!
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 shes gorgeous!
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 she's sweet ! Big Grin
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 Wow..
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 run lola run
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 or perhaps she is the 5th Element?

Nice photos and good to see a chick who shreds!
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 i love her hair, and she rips... cool chick
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 I would.
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 FINALLY A girl rider that doesnt look like a dyke!!!Smile

im so gonna get suspended for saying that haha
sorry;\
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 did you not see lauren daney???? my god that girl is stunning
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 No you won't be suspended by me, but that comment is a little out of line. I completely understand your comment but please don't post anything that is racially or sexually discriminating or derogatory, it's not appropriate or acceptable here.
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 great...
i love it..
Big Grin
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 Very powerful
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 DIBS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 You are special~~♬ ^^
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 world class rider!
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 no comments :o)
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 Damn..I´m in Love!
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 What a fox!!!
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 love mtb girl
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 I like any article where people get all fired up and internet tough.
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 I fall in love every time i see her
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 she have muscle cuts...
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 Every aspect of this article is 10. I like finding role models for my girls that I can respect as well. GO ANGIE!
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 I agree! It's great to be able to show my girls what another girl can do instead of all the guys riding....
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 It always encourages my GF to come riding when she sees other wimmens on bikes.

And if you have ever been in the lift line at Bromont with your DHer girlfriend, you know what it means to be ’’ogled’’

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