Beer for Bikes!

I first became aware of Jackalope Brewing Company in 2010, when a friend told me a women-owned brewery was opening in Nashville and was selling memberships. We got the level 2 membership: $250 bought us three pints and a growler per month for a year, plus an invite to the annual member’s party. We enjoyed... Continue Reading →

Bikes, Gear, Fit and More at MOAB

  Tennessee Women’s Cycling Project would like to thank our bike shop sponsor MOAB for their support this year. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 we have not been able to represent MOAB and our others sponsors at races and events this year. But that doesn’t mean we are not riding! Many of us have popped into... Continue Reading →

Skratch Keeps Me Rolling

Do you feel like you fade near the end of rides? Do you have salt stains on your clothes and helmet after riding in the heat? Have you had belly problems after consuming sugary sports drinks? If you have any of these issues, Skratch Labs can help you ride farther and faster. Read how it... Continue Reading →

Holiday Gifts for Cyclists

Looking for gifts for a loved one who loves to cycle? Here’s a list of 12 of TWCP’s favorite cycling goodies that make great gifts. Our list includes gifts of all sizes and prices and features many of the wonderful companies who sponsor TWCP. Happy holidays! Beer from Jackalope Brewing Company. As cyclists, we need... Continue Reading →

A Triathlete’s Perspective on Bike Racing

By TWCP race team member, Sarah Portella Scary. Technical. Hard. These are the three descriptors I would use to describe road racing. As an outsider (read: triathlete) looking in on the cycling world, racing bikes seemed a bit dangerous. My running background led me straight past road cycling and full on into triathlon, where hours... Continue Reading →

Learning the Power Meter Language

Story by Sarah Portella, TWCP team member and coach at Bolton Endurance Sports Training You look at your workout for the day and stare blankly at it. Described below it says something about your percent of FTP and then something about NP and TSS. What?! Whether you have been training with power for a while,... Continue Reading →


We all know what it means to be a citizen of a town or a member of a club – you live in a certain area or pay dues or go to meetings. But what does it mean to be part of a community? Is it a group of homes in the same area? Or... Continue Reading →

Sponsor Spotlight: Huma Gel

In 2012, I trained for and completed my first marathon, though my time was not as fast as I had hoped. A combination of heat and gastrointestinal issues slowed my pace for the last several miles. At the time, I was relying on standard gels and sports drink to help fuel my athletic endeavors, but... Continue Reading →

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