The Dirt Divas
Welcome to the Dirt Divas home page. We are ladies in the Denver/Golden/Front Range area who love to ride DIRT! And Rocks! And anything singletrack on our mountain bikes!
You are invited to join us on our weekly rides. Our goal is to provide a non-threatening environment for women of all skill levels to learn the joy of mountain biking. As a growing community of riders, we offer encouragement, fun, local rides, destination rides, opportunities to race and skill development plus an opportunity to give back to the community through trail advocacy. We call ourselves the “Dirt Divas — soft skin, hard core”.
JOIN us every Wednesday evening for our Social mountain bike rides and on Tuesday evenings for our social road rides. We meet at different trailheads around the Front Range. Not only will you learn about the trails, but on the 2nd Monday of each month you will have a chance to participate in our skills clinics. Wednesday evening is our weekly social mountain bike ride for all levels of riders from beginner to pro. We meet at 5:30 pm and ride til dark. ALL LEVELS AND ABILITIES ARE WELCOME. We have a no drop policy — NO ONE gets left behind! Please note that if you have never ridden on singletrack before, we highly encourage you to take our skills clinic before riding with the group. We cannot teach you HOW to ride.
In the fall, we change our ride days to WEEKENDS to accommodate our need for daylight.
This is what you will need to ride with us:
- Bike in WORKING condition
- Bring extra tube, pump, tire levers
- Have proper clothing for time of year (includes a wind/rain jkt)
- Have plenty of water, energy bars/gels
- HELMET required
- Bring a light when we do our Night Rides!
- Waiver required if you are not a paid member of the Dirt Divas. Please download and print the waiver from the Member Forms tab and bring with you to the ride.
- AND most importantly, bring a SMILE!
Are you ready? Ok, LET’S RIDE!!
DISCLAIMER: We are a social riding group. We claim no responsibility for your ability or non-ability to ride a mountain bike. You are responsible for maintaining your bike and for making sure that it is trail worthy. You are responsible for yourself and how you navigate the trails. If you endo, crash or harm yourself in any way, you are responsible for your actions. We have limited first aide abilities and carry cell phones with us, however, some trails do not support cell phone coverage. In other words -- RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!