Monday, May 2, 2016

Women in the Mountains, a luxury mountain bike retreat

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Join Erica Tingey on a three and a half day weekend getaway of mountain bike riding and skills practice, yoga, and relaxation. Bring your love of bicycles and an avid appreciation of the outdoors, this women-focused getaway will give participants the opportunity to experience the mountains in a whole new way. Enjoy this unique luxurious experience from June 9-12th with world-class accommodations all while working with UCI professional mountain biker and JAMIS Bicycles XC Team racer, Erica Tingey. 



  •  Five-star accommodations at Silver Star at Park City (Resorts West) and first-class instruction from one of the nation's top mountain bike athletes
  • An in-house chef, pedestrian-friendly gourmet restaurants and boutique shopping nestled at the base of Park City's gorgeous mountains
  • Easy airport access and transportation to and from the mountain 
  • Park City boasts over 400 miles of mountain bike trails, including terrain parks, paved paths, and seemingly endless singletrack
Ride Park City's finest single track and improve your mountain bike handling skills with UCI professional and 2 time National Champion, Erica TIngey
Participants will have a private yoga session on Saturday morning with a Anusara trained yogi at lululemon athletica park city
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Instant feedback of your skills session with video tracking and replay

JUNE 9-12th, 2016


This retreat offers each participant the opportunity to experience world-class mountain biking in a 5-star setting. Its purpose is to enhance your biking skills in a comfortable and relaxed setting. We have a limited the number of spaces available so we are able to tailor this camp to your specific needs and desires.

It is our goal to provide you with white glove services that are truly unique and special. Starting with the all-inclusive accommodations to the gourmet meals and one-of-a-kind mountain bike trails, you will be immersed in the culture of living well and feeling good.


If you have a desire to pedal on pristine single track, this retreat is absolutely for you. Park City has trails for all skill levels and we have the ability to accommodate everyone.  You can expect to leave the camp with the ability to confidently conquer rocky switchbacks, small drops, and challenging climbs. This is your unique chance to become a more confident mountain biker!


The retreat is an all-inclusive, theme-oriented, adventure. We have worked with local retailers and bicycle industry sponsors to provide you with a truly one-of-a-kind experience.  Included in the cost of the retreat:

·         Three nights in a Silver Star at Park City cottage

·         All meals, excluding your second night dinner to dine as you wish 

·         Professional mountain bike skill instruction

·         Private yoga training by Anusara trained yogi

·         JAMIS BICYCLES women's shirt, vest socks and other goodies

·         Retreat wear by Lululemon (A hoodie with Women in the Mountains logo on the sleeve)

·         Bike maintenance while at the clinic by our retreat mechanic

·         Transportation once you arrive at the retreat (to and from the trails and restaurants)

·      ESI grips and goodies from other retreat partners such as Stan's NoTubes, RXBar and Kuat Racks



Registration for  Double Occupancy: $1,799 per person

Registration for Single Occupancy: $1,999 per person

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Sea Otter 2016

My 6th Sea Otter was a success! It's been a bumpy road (hear the podcast here) and I am back to being healthy again. I was very nervous before the race and wasn't sure I even wanted to line up. However, the moment I was on the track with the other women, I KNEW I was in the right place. I belong on the start line racing with the elite women, giving it my all.  Being healthy enough to race brought me so much joy and gratitude. We raced 6 laps and I expected to get pulled after just 3 or 4 laps. I was surprised each time I road through and they didn't pull me! Finishing on the lead and final lap was more than I dared hope for.  There is so much work I still need to do to get my fitness back to where it was and I am ready to get back to it! No more travel for me for a few weeks, just hard work and recovery time!

Sea Otter Friends and Partners visits

It is always a pleasure to see all of my friends and sponsors at Sea Otter!

Rotem, Sal, Erica at the Jamis Tent

Vittoria Interview with Thom P.

Gary, Erica, Maria at ESI grips

Christina Turner and Erica
Cindy and Erica at Stan's NoTubes

Erica, Macky, Syd, Kristine, Carine at the Jamis house party

Monday, April 18, 2016


The Fatcyclist (aka Fatty or Elden) has maintained one of the most read blogs in the cycling world for 11 years now. He and his wife happen to live near me and be my friends as well. His wife (aka The Hammer) came to one of my clinics a few years ago. Recently Fatty started a podcast called the FattyCast and had me on there for an interview. Take a listen and you'll learn about some things I have not shared before in public! Enjoy!

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Vittoria Tires

How to change a Vittoria tire in 15 seconds!

Changing a Vittoria Tire on my Stan's NoTubes Valor from Erica Tingey on Vimeo.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Women in the Mountains

I am so excited to announce the project I have been working on for months!
 Women in the Mountains, a luxury mountain bike retreat
Find all the details on the website:

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Cactus Hugger (Intermountain Cup)

I am so incredibly pleased to let you know I am solidly back to cross country racing! It has been a roller coaster for me the past 19 months with my health and family stress. I put in some really solid work this winter and I tested it out this weekend in St. George, Utah. I WON my first race back! I went into the race with no expectations, just get my legs under me. After chasing the lead for 2 laps I decided to make an attack on the 3rd lap and it worked! I was just as surprised as everyone else! Now it's time to get some more work done so I can perform at the national races. Photos from the weekend can be found on my Instagram and FB page.