Promotion and Special Events, Race the Wild Coast (South Africa) 2016, Rider - Rose, Rider - Sarah, Videos & Helmet Cams

Racing the Wild Coast – Movie Coming Soon!

Do you have goosebumps yet? In October 2016, team riders Sarah and Rose rode in the inaugural Race the Wild Coast from Port Edward to Kei Mouth in South Africa.  Throughout the race, they and ten other riders were filmed on their journey... the product of which will be coming soon to your screens!  Stay… Continue reading Racing the Wild Coast – Movie Coming Soon!

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Education, Rider - Sarah

You Can’t Ride With Me

"I can't have them cleaning two riders off the ground" was all I could think as the freshly broken mare I was riding leaped and bucked and ran through the trees as branches pulled me every direction. I don't know how I managed to stay on, perhaps it was the will from my previous thought,… Continue reading You Can’t Ride With Me

Endurance Racing, Rider - Ashley, shore to shore, Uncategorized

Shore to Shore Pioneer Ride

With February fast approaching, many riders (including the Eat Sleep Ride Repeat team) is busy planning the upcoming 2017 competition season. We are proud to announce that the Eat Sleep Ride Repeat team will be participating in the Shore to Shore endurance race in Michigan this summer. The Shore to Shore ride takes place on… Continue reading Shore to Shore Pioneer Ride

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Endurance Racing, Rider - Ashley, Uncategorized, Videos & Helmet Cams

Lopin’ Larose

The last ride of the OCTRA season was held on October 16, 2016 in the Larose Forest at the eastern end of Ontario. It was quite a long drive for me (about 6 hours one way) but I like supporting new rides. There aren’t very many in Ontario so the more we get, the better.… Continue reading Lopin’ Larose

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Ride N Tie, Rider - Ashley, Uncategorized, Videos & Helmet Cams

Good Times in the Ganny

Our most recent competition was at the Summer’s End ride where we rode in ride n tie in the Ganaraska Forest. I’ve always enjoyed the Ganaraska trails.  They are well maintained, sandy trails with minimal rocks and with just enough hills to keep it interesting. This ride was hosted by ESRR’s own Solstice Pecile and… Continue reading Good Times in the Ganny