Yeti Beti Women's Mountain Bike Team

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May 21, 2014


The Yeti Beti Women's Mountain Bike Team rides YETI bikes, rolls Stan's NoTubes wheels, sports Twin Six kits, and travels in the BetiBus. They are based in Colorado and are the brains behind the largest women's mountain bike event in the country.


Listen in to find out who Team Yeti Beti is, what they have going on, and a lot more.


Team Yeti Beti is encouraging all women that mountain bike to come out for the Beti Bike Bash. We know that there are more women out there who want to try a race. Grab your other dirt loving friends and come out to test your skills against other women, or just come out and experience a Colorado mountain bike race.

RACE does not have to be a four letter word. From the first timer to the seasoned professional, join us for a landmark event in the mountain bike community.



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***You could win one of the following prizes. Leave a note in the comment section at the bottom of the page about your first race before the end of the day on Sunday, May 25. We will announce the winners Sunday night on the Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page***




1. Comped Entry to Beti Bike Bash (includes swag bag and race tee)
2. Twin Six package 1-
T-shirt, socks and water bottle
3. Twin Six package 2-

T-shirt, socks and water bottle


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  • Bonnie Moebeck (Wednesday, May 21 14 10:22 pm EDT)

    The Yeti Bike Bash sounds like a blast! Wish I lived closer so I could join the fun.
    My first mountain bike ride was awful- I went off the trail and crashed down a steep slope, couldn't get through any of the rock beds, couldn't catch my breath, got eaten by a thousand black flies and I was riding a very old bike from target. I couldn't wait to try it again! Why? Because I had never experienced beauty like that of the trail, loved playing on the dirt, relished the sweet aroma of the pine trees and had so much fun I couldn't stay away. That was almost 4 years ago and I love it even more today.
    Thanks Girls & Gears for another great episode!

  • Katie Macarelli (Thursday, May 22 14 12:25 am EDT)

    Loved this episode. So inspiring. My first mtb race? THE FIRST YETI BETI BASH. I was petrified, of course. And it was fantastic. Keep up the wonderful work. Getting more women and little girlies (like ours) on BIKES!

  • Stacy Smith (Thursday, May 22 14 07:11 am EDT)

    My first mountain bike race was one week after deciding to randomly buy a bike. Mud, Sweat and Beers. I did the shor race and walked every single hillm A local shop, a ton of awesome new friends and a full winter outside having FUN, while exercising has left me totally addicted. This year, I did the long race, single speed, rode each hill and beat my time from last year. I'm so thankful for the health and positive mental attitude changes mountain biking has added to my life.

  • Carey Lower (Thursday, May 22 14 07:45 am EDT)

    In 1999, I toed the line at my first mountain bike race. I was on an old Specialized FSR that weighed 28 pounds, complete with reflectors and toe clips. Sport class, 2 laps, time of 1:50, mid-pack placing. I had to walk a couple rock gardens that today seem effortless. I was so exhausted afterwards, I fell asleep in the car as my husband drove us home. On that day, I was bitten by the racing bug!

  • Alysa Bradley (Thursday, May 22 14 10:09 am EDT)

    First MTB race was Chequamegon Fat Tire 40. took it easy for the first half, before ripping the second portion with a crazy happy grin on my face. Can't wait to give it a real go this year!

  • Katrina Zalenski (Thursday, May 22 14 12:59 pm EDT)

    My 1st mtb race was the Widowmaker Challenge in 1997. I'd only been riding for a few months but I figured since the race was on trails in my backyard how hard could it be. It was HARD but I was hooked! The Widowmaker no longer happens it's been replaced by the Carrabassett Cross Country Challenge. The hardest 50miler I've ever done.

  • Stacey Peterson (Thursday, May 22 14 04:25 pm EDT)

    My first race was the Beti Bike Bash!!!! I was terrified, but it was so much fun. Awesome, positive atmosphere. Now I'm hooked! Keep it up Yeti Beti - love seeing more and more women hit the trails on their bikes. My daughter can't wait until she's 8 so she can take the girls' mountain bike camp :)

  • Christine Boose (Thursday, May 22 14 06:24 pm EDT)

    My first mountain bike race has "Yeti" to happen. I'm a long-time trail racer (running). In 2012 I bought my first mountain bike and soon became an addict. Having a competitive nature, I'd like to race but have been too afraid. Afraid I'll hold racers up, afraid I'll get run over, afraid my skills aren't good enough, afraid of being stranded by a mechanical, afraid of being ignorant of race etiquette…The Beti Bike Bash sounds like the supportive environment I'm looking for…afraid I'm too old (54).

  • Amy Thomas (Thursday, May 22 14 08:08 pm EDT)

    Christine Boose you are not too old! Our 50+ age groups are huge. If you race has shown anything is that you are never too young or too old to try a mountain bike race.

  • Helen wanamaker (Sunday, May 25 14 11:43 pm EDT)

    My first mountain bike race came about after a local bike shop bet me is like Mtb riding over road riding. They loaned me a bike and a month later I signed up for the Dawn to Dusk race in AZ. I was hooked! But I needed a bike. Through a small group of mountain bikers I met at the race parts were donated and I was given a 29 hard tail VooDoo as a gift. Forever loyal to mountain biking

  • MBR Ben (Tuesday, May 27 14 11:36 am EDT)

    Thanks to you all for participating. The winners were picked and are
    Entry: Katie M
    Twin Six package 1: Alysa B
    Twin Six package 2: Katrina Z

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