On your bikes, ladies

Outside Sports' Naomi Wilson and Queenstown Mountain Biking Club secretary Indri Clendon stand...
Outside Sports' Naomi Wilson and Queenstown Mountain Biking Club secretary Indri Clendon stand below the Skyline gondolas ahead of tonight's ladies' night. Photo by Olivia Caldwell.
Three local women have created a ladies' night with a difference.

Tonight marks the first of Skyline's weekly ladies' night rides, with bikers of the fairer sex getting discounted passes for the social outings.

The brainchild of Queenstown Mountain Biking Club secretary Indri Clendon, Outside Sports' Naomi Wilson and Kate McPhee, of Skyline, the rides are aimed at bringing like-minded women together to enjoy the Queenstown Bike Park.

• The discounted afternoon passes will cost $25, with rides starting at 5pm.

 

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