Granite Girls Women's MTB program

Beechworth Chain Gang Mountain Bike Club is incredibly excited to introduce the  Granite Girls Mountain Bike Program!

This program aims to inspire more women to mountain bike more often and enjoy the physical, social and mental health benefits of being in nature with like-minded women.

It includes free monthly professional mountain bike coaching sessions with local experts from The Fastline Bikademy for beginner to intermediate riders as well as regular social rides guided by local volunteer coaches.

The ultimate goal of the Granite Girls Program is to instil a lifelong love of mountain biking amongst the women of Beechworth.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to overwhelming interest we have reached our capacity and registrations have now closed for round one of the Granite Girls program.

Please email us to be added to a waiting list for future programs.

We hope to be able to continue the program beyond our initial 6 months. We also hope to hold a come and try day with bikes available for those who are yet to catch the MTB bug.

Granite Girls Mountain Bike Program Official Launch

5:30pm Friday 30 July 2021
Bridge Road Brewers
50 Ford Street Beechworth

Come and celebrate the launch of the Granite Girls with a refreshing drink and a few slices of pizza. A chance for program participants to  meet each other and the program instructors off the bike, talk about what to expect from the program, and start getting excited before the first session to be held the next day!

Thredbo business Sendy Gear will be there (pending lockdowns!) with their awesome range of MTB protection (knee & elbow pads, padded shorts etc)  as well as their jerseys so our registered GG’s can confidently pick the right size for their free jersey which will be printed with our logo!

Please RSVP via the Registration form above, or by text to Lynn on 0475 063 203

The Granite Girls Mountain Bike Program is jointly sponsored by the Victoria State Government through the 2020-21 Change Our Game  Community Activation Grant and Shingleback Off Road, with additional funding provided by Indigo Shire Council.