Roam Rydes Retreats are the amazing destination adventure you women are looking for. If you want to meet like-minded lady shredders and have a great time riding trails, these trips are for you. Bonding with local ride leaders while not getting lost or having to worry about pulling out a map, is THE formula for success for these trips. The mastermind behind the retreats is Ash Bocast who has no problem telling you where to go, and how to have a good time. Ash started Roam Rydes Podcasts and Roam Events featuring informative podcasts and planned adventures to get more women on bikes and have a great time. All you need to pack is a chamois and you’re ready. Ash and her team will take care of all of the details from a place to sleep to food and even in some cases a sweet demo bike to ride.
This past weekend we were lucky enough to help out with her Brevard event held at the swanky new Pilot Cove at the entrance to Pisgah National Forest. The cabins were pimp, the food was great, the riding was stellar. There were Oskar Blues outings to quench thirst. The Hub and Pisgah Tavern was right down the street to set us up with Juliana demo bikes and make sure we had a great opening weekend social hour.
If you want face cramps from too much smiling, a full contact list of friends to shred with and more fun than a barrel of monkeys, which let’s face it is pretty hard to beat, make sure to check out Roam’s full list of upcoming events. There are still spots open in Whitefish, MT, Oakridge, OR and Kernville, CA. Get in while you can!
Thanks to Ash, Andi and all of the ladies who made this such a great weekend!
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