We love events! We love going to the races and all the fun festivals out there. In the past there weren't tons of women's mountain bike events out there... but now there are lots to pick and choose from (check the calendar to the right ---->).

In 2011, Shine stepped into the world of full-blown event production, and its been pretty fun! We've produced five successful events in the past two years and we're not stopping here.

We aim to please by:

  • creating unique and memorable experiences
  • bringing together amazing personalities (coaches, athletes, students and media)
  • keeping our fees as affordable as possible
  • limiting coach to rider ratios to 1:5

Queen of the MTN
First held at Lake Tahoe's Northstar Bike Park in the summer of 2011, QoM will return to the mountains for 2013 at Squaw Valley USA, during the annual Tahoe Fat Tire Festival Sept 14-15.

Womens big mountain contest set in the desert mountains of Virgin Utah. Think Rampage for girls but better. Pure, natural, freeride, fun. Watch the industries, most courageous, skilled and resiliant women progress the sport with big air and technical lines Oct 4-6.

SF Bike Expo: Skills Clinic and Ladies Jump Jam
Fun for all abilities. In collaboration with rideSFO and Bicycle Fabrications, we have produced a pop-up bike park, a jump jam for the ladies and mini clinics for learning.

Mini Camps
Small camps for an exclusive experience and an emphasis on the local community. Invite Shine to produce a mini camp near you!

Private Coaching / Contract Work
Shine's IMIC certified coach Lindsay Beth Currier is available for hire, and willing to travel to work. In addition to coaching mountain biking skills, Lindsay is knowledgeable in bicycle repair and trail building. She is an experienced event producer, photographer, and film editor. Lindsay holds a bachelors degree of Biology from CSU Monterey Bay and is currently working towards completing a yoga teacher training.

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Shine has been featured in Decline, Dirt Rag, Cycle California, the Santa Cruz Metro, and the Granby Drummer. Someday when there's more time we will have links to all of those fine things.