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Cafe Ride: Ladies All Ride founder Lindsey Richter

Lindsey Richter founded Ladies All Ride in 2010 to grow the community of female mountain bikers. She’s a former pro MTB racer and was a contestant on "Survivor."

Written by: Reese Ruland

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We chat with Lindsey Richter, who founded Ladies All Ride in 2010 as a movement dedicated to growing the community of female mountain bikers across the globe. She’s a former professional mountain bike racer (1996-2014) and was a contestant on the reality television show Survivor (2002). She has a mission: Change women's lives with two wheels and some dirt. Of all her wild life experiences it was mountain biking that taught Lindsey life is about CREATING yourself, not finding yourself. Now as a world-renowned leader in the women's mountain bike movement, Lindsey spreads her passion for mountain biking across the globe through innovative and inspirational skills camps. Lindsey knows firsthand how mountain biking can change lives and she is a true ambassador for the sport!

The Café Ride is an Instagram Live conversation series dedicated to telling the stories of amazing women, building community, and educating and inspiring fellow cyclists. This conversation series features women from various aspects of the cycling community. You’ll meet and hear stories from women who are recreational athletes, product developers, nutrition experts, or professional cyclists. The goal is to inspire, educate, and connect women from all over the world.