Thank You For Everything, Pinkbike

Apr 11, 2024 at 19:17
by Alicia Leggett  
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From my first Field Test, which I'll always remember fondly. Photo: Tom Richards

Words: Alicia Leggett


Hello everyone,

We're due for another of my semi-regular check-in articles. This time, I'm here with the practicality of an update, the rosy lens of a love letter, and the sweet nostalgia of a goodbye.

I'll be leaving Pinkbike, and today is my last day. I just wanted to write a note to all of you to thank you for being you.

I found my way to Pinkbike as a natural but lucky transition into writing alongside riding. I'd been focusing on enduro racing, but realized over time that it made sense to do other things, too. The Pinkbike crew took a risk on me when my resume didn't include much beyond riding bikes and skiing. Since then, I've gone to all kinds of cool bike places, met countless people I've looked up to in the bike world, started testing bikes, and lucked out in getting to spend my days riding with my coworker-friends. I'll always consider this Pinkbike job to be one of the best things that's ever happened to me.


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Photo: Paul Kalifatidi
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Photo: Paul Kalifatidi

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Photo: Paul Kalifatidi
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Photo: Paul Kalifatidi


Mountain biking, too, has given me the world. The sport taught me a type of hard work I hadn't experienced before. It gave me the chance to learn the process of progressing at something and continuing to be motivated by that progression. It took me from being a self-hating kid to someone who had learned how to be scared and keep moving forward anyway. Learning to mountain bike changed my life completely because of how it changed me as a person. It's also what made me confident enough to now move on.

September 30, 2022, an injury interrupted all of that, and my last year and a half has been largely about head injury recovery. (For more words about that, find updates here, here, and here.) The experience has been colored by the way people have had my back. From everything I've heard about the time after I was injured, the Pinkbike community wanted to know what had happened and wanted to support my recovery. Many of you donated to my GoFundMe, and I truly appreciate that. It was mindblowing to reconnect to the outside world and realize how many people I had in my corner. You all made some pretty grim days a little more hopeful.

Now, it's time for another life pivot. (Thank you for being patient with me while I worked my way to this point.) I'm not quite ready to tell the world what I'm planning to do next, but I can say that I think it'll be positive - both for me and for the people around me. The future feels extremely unknown, but it's a brighter unknown than a lot of the last chapter.

I'll probably drop in occasionally for an article here and there. You also may see another straggler article or two go up from me in the next bunch of days.

Anyway, that's all for now. I just wanted to write something on here before I disappear again. (I promise this disappearance is a whole lot more positive than the last one.)


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Photo: Paul Kalifatidi

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Photo: Paul Kalifatidi
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Photo: Paul Kalifatidi

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I'm looking through photos now from my Pinkbike time to put in this article. I haven't revisited old bike photos post-injury, and the these cool throwbacks make me feel more things than I would have expected. Photo: Paul Kalifatidi


Thanks for all the kind words - it does make a difference. Thanks even to the critics for keeping me detail-oriented. Readers, you're the ones who keep this ship afloat. Thanks for believing in me, even sometimes when doubt would have been pretty warranted. Thanks for your patience when I make mistakes, and thanks for motivating me to learn how to make fewer. Pinkbike and Outside staff, too, have been incredibly supportive in world-changing ways. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Honestly, a big part of my decision to leave is to save some of the love of the sport for myself. I remember how much pure joy this sport has brought me over the last decade. Even though riding feels more complicated post-injury with most of my ability gone, I remember how it used to feel. Once in a while, now, I get giddy moments of being astonished at all of this. From lost kid to bike racer to bike writer to coma to now. I sometimes find myself laughing in disbelief, looking around wide-eyed, wondering how all of this happened. And now, I get to pedal slowly through the woods, feel the sunshine, and learn a different kind of progress. My love of the sport is a little wounded and needs care. Now, I can take the pressure off (self-imposed pressure, that is) and focus my riding energy on the days when things feel extra sparkly and extra full of possibility.


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Photo: Tom Richards

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Photo: Tom Richards
Fall Field Test photo by Tom Richards
Eyes up ahead. Photo: Tom Richards


Until next time, take care. I hope to see you out on the trails.

Lots of love, as always.

Alicia


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Photo: Tom Richards


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207 Comments
  • 901 2
 Thank you for everything, Alicia.
  • 375 2
 I can't figure out how to type a heart with the silly PB coding (I never did come around to it) but imagine that I succeeded
  • 17 1
 Your deeper insights and ability to see past surface information to deeper implications and effects will be missed. I’m sure you will do great things, wherever you find yourself.
  • 17 1
 @alicialeggett:

Alica, to have followed your recovery and hoped along with every single person on this thread that you'd be "back" was both heartbreaking and thrilling. Your post injury articles were bittersweet reminders that it could happen to any of us. Thanks so much for sharing your journey, you're amazing, and we all know it. Good luck, looking forward to hearing about the next chapter.
  • 31 0
 @alicialeggett: if you’ve taught me anything, it’s that there’s old school forum emojis on here.

It’s probably better you left before I unleash them

Dead Horse
  • 4 0
 Sad to see you go.......Happy that you have recovered and are looking for new opportunities! Good luck, will miss you on PB.
  • 1 0
 @alicialeggett: Glad to hear you're taking good care of yourself. Making the most of your best days sounds like an excellent plan! And of course, welcome to the other side of the internet now, where us keyboard warriors reside. It isn't too bad, trust me. Just wait for crank axle cable routing to arrive, grab your urban dictionary and fire away Smile . But the best bit of course to just be out there riding bikes in nature. Super impressed you fought your way back and reclaimed your patch of dirt where the magic happens. Cheers!
  • 275 1
 Alicia Legit.
  • 175 1
 I wish you the best of luck hunting for UFO's with Levy in his Mini.
  • 80 0
 @taj please can we have a cartoon of this?
  • 13 0
 I bought the mini off him 2 years ago Big Grin
  • 1 0
 @PeterT: Does it have a UFO radar detector?
  • 12 0
 @watchmen: it has two! and a tin hat that comes down off the rollcage
  • 6 0
 @PeterT: Seems scary! Every time you look into that inner rearview mirror, you see this:
Mike Levy
  • 126 0
 Your voice has been such an incredible contribution to the MTB community; thank you for all you have done Alicia! I can't wait to see where this next chapter takes you! Smile Yayyyy for new beginnings.
  • 69 5
 To Leggett to Quit
  • 53 5
 Too. Close though.
  • 5 6
 @generictrailrider: Two be or not 2 be to straight forward and too far away
  • 58 0
 It didn’t feel like a risk to me! Thank you for sharing your brilliant insights and words with us (and for teaching me how to pronounce ‘taco’!). Best of luck in whatever comes next
  • 38 0
 @jamessmurthwaite, seeing your name pop up here makes today even better. Thanks so much for bringing me in and helping me so much along the way. I hope you're doing as well as can be and still kicking ass (as I'm sure you are)!
  • 3 0
 Now I'm positive I've been saying it incorrectly.
  • 14 0
 @fiftypercentsure: user name checks out.
  • 47 2
 I enjoyed your articles - you sold an orange ripmo AF to a buddy a few years ago that he's still ripping around on, and it was great meeting you in person to put a face on the articles you've written. I like to poke fun at pinkbike for suckling on the teat of corporate money a little bit too much sometimes, but you were always a real one. Cheers for the articles and hope the next ventures are fulfilling.
  • 44 1
 No Alicia....we thank YOU!
  • 34 1
 Alicia,

I haven't met you, and I've never gone through an injury like yours. The closest for me was a hip replacement that took me away from cycling for 2.5 years, after 25+ years of riding and racing. That was my choice, to step away and reengage the sport in a healthier way.

I just wanted to let you know that I've loved your writing over the years and that I'll look forward to seeing your name and writing again when you want to reengage. This sport gives so much, but it's easy to forget that it takes away as well. I wish you all the luck and happiness you deserve as you continue your journey.
  • 15 0
 Good Luck Alicia. On the injury, don't give up! A friend of mine sustained a TBI from an auto accident about 8 years ago, he's around 50 years old, it was really bad. The first few years he wasn't himself, he had a lot of symptoms. Then all of a sudden he got halfway better, plateaued for a while, and then made another near overnight improvement and is now normal or close to it. It seems like some injuries are like that, even my torn supraspinatus was weak for 18 months, then made a full recovery in the next month, and I almost gave up on PT. I hope you get back to normal quickly.
  • 13 0
 Hi Alicia! I can't imagine you would subject yourself to the punishment of reading every single comment on a Pinkbike article (we know how brutal the comments section is most days), but on the off-chance you make it all the way down here...thank you. A sincere thank you! There was always something about your writing--indeed, there still is, even here--that I always identified with. It has always been creative, at times quirky, and... romantic? Is that the right way to say it? There was, to me, this underlying thread of romance; a reverence for mountain biking and a love of what you did that showed through your words in a way that just felt 'real'. I always appreciated the Mikes' work at PB, but yours was easily my favorite.

Thanks for your contributions at Pinkbike, it's sad to see you go. Best wishes in your future endeavors! Absent knowing the heart emoji, please accept the Grinning Levy. May it guide you on your journey from here Mike Levy
  • 11 0
 We'll see you again @alicialeggett, and sending positive thoughts to the next chapter of your adventures!
  • 6 0
 I think I'm going to forever remember your injury and absence and first updates and what was the feedback and waiting here innpb comments section and your deep retrospective articles about how it all went and how you managed to comeback and rebuilt your life and passion and the way you wrote about all of those emotional stuff and paragliding.. and this memory helps me to be a better person dude. Thank you unknown Alicia from a continent far far away.
  • 8 0
 Thank you, Alicia. You're an inspiration to many and hope you have many, many more sun-shiny days in your future!
  • 5 0
 Best of luck Alicia! We'll all miss hearing you on the podcast, reading your articles, and generally enjoying everything you've added to pinkbike. I've really enjoyed your writing, and especially your outlook on life. Wherever you go next I'm sure you'll make it a better place, just like you've done here.
  • 8 0
 Thank you for your service.
  • 4 0
 Your getting hurt was one of the low points here, but watching your recovery and each article you've posted since the injury have definitely been high points. We are thankful we got to "rent" you for a few years, but know that you will continue to be a high point in peoples lives wherever you go. Smile
  • 4 0
 Words from the heart! Wish you a bright and fun future where ever it takes you! From the skies to the dirt and everything in between. Thank you for sharing your story and letting us take part along the way. Up and down and up it goes again! Best luck and joy on your path! Every great journey begins with the first step.
  • 4 0
 You're a very cool person, an inspiration, and someone I wish I had met. The unknown can be a very great place to be, and I can say that it will be nice for you to check in from time to time. The only thing I know for certain; it'll be a great journey in which you'll be even better than before. Best of Luck Rock Star!
  • 8 0
 Good luck Alicia
  • 3 0
 Your fresh, funny and honest approach to the writing and testing bikes was awesome and I’ll miss it. As a head trauma case and stroke survivor I hope you’re making positive strides, even if it’s baby steps. It’s so remarkable what our bodies are capable of- don’t stop! Never forget to do the work and to train that brain!
Good luck and ennnnjooooy the ride!!
  • 5 0
 Another one bites the dust, but at least this time it's not over the bars! All the best.
  • 2 0
 Alicia, you are a joy to ride with (even for an old punter like myself), and have a way of lifting the mood of everyone around you. It was fun to see your contributions here, and I know you'll kick ass at your next thing too.
  • 4 0
 If you pen anymore articles about kite-in-raft-out bikepacking, you know you have an audience. Cheers, and thanks for many lively words!
  • 2 0
 Best of luck in whatever endeavors are to come. I am sure that you will continue to conquer them with the grace and humilty that you always show. Hopefully running into you on a trail will be in the cards for those of us lucky enough to do so. Thank you so much.
  • 3 0
 Do whatever you need to do to keep the fire alive. Injuries are rough, especially for the one that you endured. There's a lot of beautiful life to see and do. Mountain biking will always be there for you.
  • 2 0
 I had a bad concussion in 2021 and still can't recall 3-hour worth of memory from that day. I'm finally starting to feel normal or as normal-ish as I ever was. Life happens and you can't roll back the clock - the only thing you have control of is how you react to the event. Although I have never had to deal with an injury of the extent you suffered, I think, FWIW, you are doing a great job coping with the situation. I smile every time I see RC and other former contributors pops in, and I hope you'll do the same. Best of luck to you!
  • 2 0
 As someone who has been on the road to recovery from a gnarly concussion (yay post concussion syndrome), I can relate to having my love of the sport altered in a way that I don't fully understand. I've now taken a step back and I'm excited to see what you do next.
  • 2 0
 I always appreciated what you brought to PinkBike on the editorial side and your presence and contributions o PinkBike's video presentations, thank you for that. I'm happy you've found a journey to pursue and sad that you're leaving so travel well Alicia.
  • 2 0
 Good for you, good luck and keep the positive side up. I had a TBI from a crash off a ladder and gap...smashed a fullface into a pile of mush..been a long battle , permanent damage and ongoing for life...won't go back into details other then good luck, find the new you and embrace every day because it's an adventure... Good or bad it's a blessing abd your book so write the story you want
  • 2 0
 Good luck Alicia. Just wanted to let you know that listening to you talking about paragliding on the podcast inspired me to try it for myself. I've just completed my novice pilot qualification and loving it so far, so many thanks for that. All the best for the future.
  • 2 0
 Oh no! Ever since meeting you at Transcascadia, you have been my favorite at PB. Your calm thoughtful way of speaking on podcasts is a true gift. I hope you end up doing something similar but I know you will be a great success wherever you land
  • 2 0
 "Now, I can take the pressure off (self-imposed pressure, that is) and focus my riding energy on the days when things feel extra sparkly and extra full of possibility."
Please do....and we love you for all that you have written and shared with us about MTB and yourself.

PS-Looking forward to your cameo articles.
  • 2 0
 Dear Alicia, I just want to say goodbye to you. I found the videos with you (particularly oddly paired with Levy) extremely knowledgeable and great to watch, and your expressiveness and eloquence about what a bike is and isn't very refreshing: it made me want to ride a bike. I am sure that you will recovered well, just take your merry time and do not rush. I wish you all the best for your future journey.
  • 3 0
 Everyone has their favourites, and you are one of mine. Wishing you the best of luck to whatever your next career move is. Keep up that energy!
  • 2 0
 Nooo... Don't go.
Was it the fact you had to do state of the sport? Tell Brian uou won't do it again. Bad Brian!
You are a talent and you will be missed. Best of luck for your future.
  • 3 0
 I definitely felt your words reading this. Truly best of luck in your future endeavors and I'm sure you'll smash whatever you pursue!
  • 2 0
 I loved reading Alicia's articles for the quality of the writing. Easily the most talented and creative writer on the team imo, no offense to any of the others. Thanks for sharing your story and good luck!
  • 1 0
 Thanks for all the great writing the many wasted minutes(hours) on a Monday morning. Best wishes on the future and please do drop back in for some more paragliding articles! It's not the normal fare here but it is great to read. And the pictures are damn good.
  • 1 0
 Will never forget your great work here on PB - and was it you who got Levy to sport the short shorts for the enduro test in Arizona?? That was an absolute highlight. Glad to able to follow you on IG and keep tabs on how you're doing in the years to come Smile
  • 1 0
 I read your articles and followed your life's journey. I want you to know that I am one of many who prayed for your speedy and complete recovery. Thank you for your great work, Alicia! You will be sorely missed! Good luck with your career--as a writer, athlete...everything! And, please, stay healthy!
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 You always brought a fresh new perspective to reviews and I think we all are in your corner for your recovery and for your new chapters in life. Thanks for putting yourself out there- in a weird way, it seems like even as a viewer I/we all connect with you in our passion for the ride. Wherever you go- enjoy the ride! We're here for you! Happy Trails.
  • 1 0
 Wow! Let me just first say best of luck in whatever comes up next. I'm an infrequent Pinkbike lurker but I was lucky enough to click on the link in today's monthly newsletter and spent time reading your recovery posts. I too had a TBI from a cycling accident (not MTB) and just spent the last year recovering after also being lucky enough to receive treatment at Craig. Keep up the good work!
  • 1 0
 Alicia thanks for sharing so much of yourself. I am sure being so open about your brain injury helped numerous people. Thanks for all of your contributions to my life. I wish you all the best!! Keep recovering. Edge Pizanno.
  • 2 0
 I will miss reading your articles and your perspective. May you have nothing but the very best through the next door(s) you choose to open! ☀
  • 1 0
 Alicia, Thanks for all you did during your time at PB.. Will definitely miss hearing you on the Podcasts.. Hopefully your recovery continues to go in the right direction and best wishes to you in the future!..
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 You will be missed! Always love reading your articles and hearing you on the podcasts. Bummed you're leaving, but you have to do what's best for you. Best of luck in the future
  • 2 0
 Thank you, Alicia, for all the great content (including field test videos), the bravest of which was about your injury and recovery. You‘ll be remembered here.
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 Probabaly can't say anything that hasn't already been said. Good luck and God's speed with whatever you choose. I've always enjoyed you;re writing, your insights and your humour.
  • 2 0
 You were the best writer on the crew. Every time I would be reading something and thinking "wow this is really good", it said "By Alicia Leggett" at the top. Take care!
  • 3 0
 Feels like the (smart, sharp and truly special) rat are leaving the sinking Outside-messed-up ship…
  • 1 0
 As you can see, you will be missed :-) Your articles and commentary were always my favorites. Please please keep enjoying the riding. Your work is part of the reason I do.
Thank you so much
  • 1 0
 All the best for the journey ahead of you, you did an amazing job and brought a whole new spice to Pinkbike. I'm still in awe how brave you are to share your story with the world. Take care!
  • 1 0
 All the best with what you're planning for the future. I, like many others have thoroughly enjoyed your contribution to this platform over the years. Thank you!
  • 1 0
 Wishing you the best and hope you find that extra spark, again. Much respect and cheers!
P.S. Say hi to Tom and/or Mike out there.
  • 1 0
 If there's one thing you can be certain of, it's that any drop in articles will be a top drawer addition to the Pinkbike catalogue. Best of luck for the future, send it!
  • 3 0
 Awesome news Alicia and excited for whatever you’re doing next
  • 1 0
 you'll be missed! always loved your contributions on the podcast and your articles. you've got a bright future wherever you end up
  • 1 0
 Happy trails Alicia! We spoke for a bit a few times at Trans Cascadia, have a photo taken by another racer of the last of us waiting for the ride back to the airport.
  • 2 0
 Thank you for everything Alicia! Looking forward to seeing what comes next for you. I'm confident that you'll crush it!
  • 1 0
 Thank you very much for all the wonderful words about riding mountain bikes and living life. You change both for many of us. All the best to you Alicia.
  • 1 0
 Boo. Bummer for us, but there's a whole world out there waiting to be touched by your passion. Happy that we got to experience it briefly. Good luck out there.
  • 1 0
 You will be sorely missed here @alicialeggett , thank you for all your hard work and insights over the tenure at PB...I look forward to you land next!
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 @alicialeggett all the best to you! I look forward to seeing your next chapter.
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 You will be missed, Alicia!! Keep healing, keep adventuring and hopefully keep popping into the podcast!
  • 1 0
 Alicia, thanks for all your work and stories on PB. It was inspirational watching you recovery. I look forward to hearing what life has in store for you. Best of Luck!
  • 1 0
 Holy crap, Alicia wasn't with PB for that long, but long enough for a lasting impression. it feels like saying goodbye to good ol' RC again. best of luck wherever you go!!
  • 1 0
 Thank you for all the great articles and sharing of your experience and recovery. Very brave on all levels! Wish you the best for the future!
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 You are legendary with your strength and determination to come back, we wish you all the best with your future plans. See you on the trails
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 Too bad for us, I really enjoyed reading and listing your articles and reviews.
All the best for your next adventures, and come back to say hello Smile
  • 1 0
 Thank you Alicia!!! Good luck with where you’re going, you’ll be great, you’re an inspiration. Glad to have read your articles and watched your videos.
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 You'll be missed.
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 Really enjoyed your work and this is beyond understandable. Enjoy the ride, and the air! Thanks Alicia.
  • 1 0
 Godspeed in the next chapter of your journey, and thanks for your PB contributions.
  • 1 0
 Thanks for everything Alicia , wish there were more people like you in the world , enjoy your next chapter !
  • 1 0
 Thank you Alicia. Always enjoyed reading your work. Best of luck with the recovery and the next chapter in life.
  • 1 0
 Sad to see you go, happy you're starting another chapter, thankful for what you brought here.
  • 1 0
 Alicia, You'll be missed. Best of luck in whatever it is you end up doing.
  • 1 0
 Always enjoyed your reviews, articles, videos, and podcast appearances. Wishing you best with whatever you take on next!!
  • 1 0
 Good luck, and thumbs up on making the right choice for you, for the right reasons.
  • 2 0
 Good luck Alicia, you’ve been awesome!
  • 1 0
 Alicia, wishing you well! Enjoy what is next to come your way. Make it your own.
  • 1 0
 Always love your writing….it will be missed. Best of luck in whatever you do in the future
  • 2 0
 so long and thanks for the fish
  • 1 0
 Rock on, Alicia! Your contributions will be missed by many. Hoping the future is full of fantastic things for you!
  • 1 0
 Really appreciate your contribution and perspective on here. Keep on keepin’ on!
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 You will be missed.
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 Congrats! Thank you for your wit, dedication, and perseverance! Cheers to the next chapter!!
  • 2 0
 Beautifully written. Good luck in the next chapter.
  • 1 0
 keep being rad Alicia. loved your work on PB. great to know your chasing something with that same energy. all the best
  • 1 0
 All the best, Alicia! I've enjoyed your articles and video/podcast appearances.
  • 2 0
 What a lovely farewell letter! All the best in your future endeavors.
  • 1 0
 Ah dam. Sorry to hear you'll be leaving Pinkbike. Best of luck on your new chapter!
  • 1 0
 Wishing you nothing but the best, and look forward to hearing from you again!
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 Your contribution to this site has not gone unnoticed. You’ll be missed.
  • 2 0
 Is this the start of pinkglider? A glider themed site?
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 Thank you for taking us along for the ride! Many happy trails to you. The love is mutual.
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 Thanks for the amazing articles and podcasts, I wish you the best of luck in this next chapter of your life.
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 Thank you, Alicia!!!!! Wishing you the best in this next part of your life!
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 Best wishes for the future, young lady. You have come a long, long way and I hope your future is bright.
  • 1 0
 All the best to you and your future. I hope the future is as bright as you are to the biking community.
  • 1 0
 All the best to you and your future endeavours! Thank you for being a part of pinkbike!
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 Thanks for all of it, Alicia!! May your new adventures be just scary enough, and take you wherever you wish to be!
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 Rad person. Rock on girl!
  • 1 0
 Wish you nothing but great health and happiness. Thanks for some amazing, engaging content throughout the last few years.
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 Long live long journeys. Send the stuffing out of your next chapter Alicia.
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 Alicia, many blessings to you on this new chapter of your life. God be with you.
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 Your recovery articles and interviews were some of the best content I've seen in action sports, your voice will be missed.
  • 1 0
 Full power to whatever it is you do next. You're a bright star, so shine on.
  • 1 0
 Best of luck Alicia in all your future endeavors! Thanks for all the smiles you made for many of us in your time at PB.
  • 1 0
 Bummer. Very sad to see you go. I always enjoyed your perspective on everything bikes and outdoor adventure. Stay rad!
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 You have been an inspiration to me, Alicia. May many more blessings come your way on your new course!
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 Another big one is leaving pinkbike ... All the best for you from bavaria, germany
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 All the best Alicia. Enjoyed your contributions to PB and the mountain bike community, take care.
  • 1 0
 Thank you so much. I really enjoyed your contribution to Pinkbike and to my own riding. Cheers to your next adventure
  • 1 0
 Genuinely teared up during this article. Thanks and wish you a full recovery! Looking at Hugene as my next bike.
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 Bummer, happy trails steeze lord!
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 Thanks Alicia! May your next adventure bring you joy.
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 ☮️
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 Good luck in your new adventure Alicia, we'll miss you!
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 Off to bigger and better things. Best of luck.
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 Laissez le bon temps rouler!
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 All the best,Alicia. You've been inspirational and we love your writing.
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 Goodspeed Alicia!
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 Good luck. Hit us up in Bozeman.
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 Get some and keep on keepin' on Alicia! \m/
  • 2 0
 See you 'round Alicia.
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 Happy trails, Alicia
  • 1 0
 Best of luck in whatever you do next, you’re going to rock it.
  • 2 0
 Best of luck!
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 So long, and thanks for all the fish, Alicia!
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 Alicia you’re a real one!
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 Good luck on your next adventure! You will be missed!
  • 1 0
 Thanks for everything, Alicia! Good luck with your new endeavors!
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 Good luck for the future.
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 Rock on Alicia. Your rad! Come to p.a. And let’s shred.
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 Sincerely hope your next gig includes writing. Shine on Alicia!
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 Alicia, you are mountain bike royalty now and forever.
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 Whatever it is they are lucky to have found you!!!
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 We’ll miss you!!! Good luck in the future!!!
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 Thank you for all the great content! Good luck in your next endeavors!
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 Thank you for everything, Alicia!
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 Best wishes to you for every step (or pedal stroke) on the path.
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 All the best to you in your future plans!
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 Like Later ✌️
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 Going to miss you Alicia. Best of luck in your new adventure!
  • 1 0
 Much love Alicia, be well!!
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 The only constant is change. Thank you, Alicia!
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 Later numb nuts
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 Happy trails and good luck. Be well Alicia.
  • 1 0
 Thank you! Appreciate you! Good luck!
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 Wishing you the best of luck Alicia! Happy tails!
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 Sad to see you go, but wish you all the best! Till next time.
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 I will miss you on Pinkbike, always liked you work! Good luck!
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 Thank you, and good luck on your next chapter.
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 Thanks Alicia, all the best for your future!
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 Gutted. All the best.
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 Thank you Alicia
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 Alicia live long and prosperous! thank you for everything.
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 All the best, Alicia! Take care and see you around.
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 Best of luck on your next adventure!
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 Blessings on your journey Alicia.
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 You have been inspiring! Good luck with whatever next
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 Bye, great to have you around here in many ways, thank you.
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 Happy trails! You will be missed dearly
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 ❤️
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 bravo alicia, bravo. You've been an inspiration. please come back asap
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 Thank you Alicia, and good luck with everything from here on out.
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 Have fun whatever you do!
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 Alica, you are the BEST. Wish you only the best in whatever you do next.
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 Best of luck on your next adventure!!!
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 Alicia Legend! Best of luck in whatever is next!
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 Thank you Alicia. Best wishes!
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 2 of the best ones gone now..
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 Best of luck!!
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 You'll be missed!
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 Good luck and thanks xx
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 Roll on, you champ!
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 Happy trails
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 Much love and good luck!
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 Love U and good luck
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 Have fun!
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 Will miss you!
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 Good luck Smile
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 We will miss you!
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 All the best!
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 WOO TANG
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 Awwwww…
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