Being a Bell Joy Ride ambassador gives me an opportunity to connect with other women, share passion, and build community.
I hail from: Ardrossan, Alberta, Canada.
But I have roots in: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
I pay my rent/mortgage by: I’m a Registered Nurse.
My guilty pleasure is: Craft beer.
When I was little, I wanted to grow up and be: A paleontologist.
Now that I’m all growed up, I really want to: Work less and ride more. Doing a pretty bang up job thus far.
The best time I ever had on a bike was: It gets updated pretty consistently! We recently did a month long riding trip that started in Whistler and Squamish; we went out to Vancouver Island and then down the Sunshine Coast, it was pretty epic.
The worst time I ever had on a bike was: Getting very lost on a camping date and ending up doing a looong hike-a-bike in the dark, and the cold rain. We are still together, so it’s pretty much a love story.
I love being a Bell Joy Ride Ambassador because: It gives me an opportunity to connect with other women, share passion, and build community.
My mama always used to say: “Spread the stoke!” Just kidding, she recently asked me what stoke “is?” It’s still funny. My favourite mum-ism will always be “well, it would be a boring world if we all wanted the same thing.”
I’ve always wanted a pet: Cat.
Because: Happiness is wanting what you already have.
Shout out to : Our trail community: riders, leaders, builders, athletes, volunteers, coaches, mechanics, shops...and EVERYONE who contributes to / advocates for the preservation of the Edmonton River Valley.
Because: They make my home city a rad place to be, and ensure that our stomping grounds will continue to be stomped for many years to come.
My five favorite words are: Don’t worry, it’s not broken.