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Little Bellas empowers young girls through mountain biking

Little Bellas is a mountain biking organization that empowers young girls through cycling. Founded in 2007 by professional mountain bike racer Lea Davison and her sister Sabra, Little Bellas aims to inspire girls aged 7 to 16 to develop confidence, camaraderie, and leadership skills through mountain biking.

The program offers various chapters across the United States, providing mentorship, coaching, and skill-building clinics led by experienced female cyclists. Little Bellas focuses on riding techniques and creating a supportive, non-competitive environment where girls can flourish and develop a lifelong love for cycling. It emphasizes fun, camaraderie, and personal growth while fostering a positive community for young female riders.


Here's information about Little Bella's Programs In Minnesota FURTHER READING Learn more how cycling can changes the lives of young girls in the outdoors.com article. It talks about a narrative is emerging in mountain biking where girls and women participate, excel, and redefine the sport’s boundaries. Organizations, athletes, and communities are working to make mountain biking an inclusive, equal-opportunity sport for all. Kennedy Yanke, a 17-year-old from Temecula, California, is a shining example of what’s possible.

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