We look up to our moms, they are our role models and mentors. Our moms are strong, adventurous achievers of dreams. We are moms who raise little ones to grow up knowing they can also achieve anything – from podiums to degrees. Mom was there when we learned to ride a bike, she supported us during every pedal stroke and wiped our tears after each fall. This Mother’s Day, we thank you, Mom, and celebrate our bond with love… and bikes.
Meet Liv Ambassadors from around the world and discover how they ride together. Get inspired and share your rides with your mom this Mother's Day by tagging #HowWeLiv on social media.
"My mom gave me the opportunity to pursue mountain biking. She pushed me and told me to never give up. She told me to follow my dreams and I did. It's all thanks to her."
"Mum and I remembered the days when she taught me how to ride a bike. Now, it is my turn to help her ride! There is nothing like sharing my passion with my number 1 fan... no matter what, I know she will always be there for me."
"After years trying to convince my daughter to ride a bike, she finally decided to give it a try... and guess what, she loved it! So excited to know I have my mini Liv!"
"I love riding with my mom, whether it is chasing her down through the woods, or out on the road. Mother-Daughter ride days with my mom include 60km rides from the city to the farm, followed by a big lunch. I love those days."
"I am a 'stepmom,' but am a full-time mom to my sweet spirit child, as I like to call her. I did not make her body, but I am helping to shape her mind and heart. We ride to school every day together, and what I want her to learn from the bike is simply … you are capable! As a mother, the most important thing I can teach her is that her mind, body, and heart are capable of anything she sets them to. That hill that used to be hard to climb no longer is. Those gears that were impossible to figure out, no longer are. Those scrapes and bruises and scary moments, heal and become trophies of your bravery. Yes, my 'step-daughter' is sweet, smart, athletic, pretty … but most of all, she is capable. I love her as if she were from me, and she is in many ways. On Mother's Day, I am honored to be one of the people who gets to teach and learn from her. Gratitude!"
"I enjoy riding the bike with my two kids. They love riding the bike as much as I do, as long as we are having ice cream along the way!"
"My Mom. She gives me the strength and courage to do the things I have not done before. She believes in me more that I believe in myself, and when I fall, she is always there to pick me up, dust me off, and tell me to get right back on the horse... or bike!"
"Mountain biking means a great deal to me. It has given me strength, confidence, and joy, has helped me through tough times and continually provides a time of meditation. As a mother of two young girls, I try my best to be a good role model by showing them the benefits of being active, strong, healthy, independent and confident through sports like mountain biking. Sharing this sport with them and taking part as a family takes it to the next level."
"My mom is one of my biggest supporters. After winning Gold at the 2016 Paralympics, my mom and I enjoyed some well-deserved celebrating together."
"My mom is always with me before training, I don't know what I'd do without her."
"Since I'm a mother, Mother's Day has a different and a very special meaning to me. My sons and I are discovering the world together. They are showing me how joyful small things can be. We are collecting memories from our different trips: on the bike, on foot, and by car. Spending time together is the most valuable thing in my life, even though sometimes it is hard to be a mom and to combine all the life roles I have in my life... The love for my children is absolute."
"This was right before my daughter and I competed in our first triathlon together. It was a special memory!"
"I'm a widow and raising my daughter alone since she was 2 1/2. I've been biking with her since she was an infant in an infant bike seat that was installed between my seat and handlebars. Her name is Gabriella and she is now almost 12 and has done a few El Tours with me up to 40 miles and it means so much to me to see her enjoy cycling."
"These pictures are taken over many, many years. From the time I would pull them behind me in a chariot to when they are riding bigger jumps than me! I truly have created a bond with my kids while riding, jumping, crashing, racing, encouraging, traveling, cheering, teaching, and ripping!"
"This is my mom Annette, she will kill me for putting this photo up, but this is what my mom does best, helping others. My mom is in her 70's and this photo was taken at an MTB stage race, out in the middle of the Outback, Australia. She has always supported my racing, as well as cheering on all the riders who are giving it their all. My mom gives awesome hugs, even when I'm covered in sweat and dirt."
"My mom means the world to me. She's always helping me to achieve my goals. I don't think there should be one mother's day since we should celebrate them all year long!"
"Mother's Day and every day means a rekindled relationship with my beautiful mom and our love for bikes and riding them together. We have had many fun days on bikes and she has progressed so much. She now has a full suspension! Oh yeah!"
"Mother's Day is a day to celebrate all the beautiful, strong women in the world inspiring the next generation. I have always shared Mother's Day with my mom and nieces, this year I will be cherishing the little one growing inside me as each day brings me closer to becoming a mom."
"My mom has always been my biggest support in cycling. She comes to watch most of my races and is always there to remind me to just have fun. I couldn't do it without her!"
"My mom rocks in so many ways. She's a person that grabs the worm in the morning and accomplishes a lot in one day; every day, she can cook anything, is kind, loving, and patient. She always makes time for her family and has stayed married to my dad for almost 50 years! She is always the person I want to call when I reach for the phone. Each year, we celebrate Mother's Day and my mom's birthday (May 13th), so we go all out. She's an extra special human that I love to celebrate!
Last year, my mom came out to Mammoth Mountain to participate in one of my mountain bike clinics. It was the coolest feeling to see my mom conquer her fears and ride all the way down from the top of the mountain."
"One of the many highlights of being a cycling mom is teaching our children how to work on their own bikes. Pictured here is #crubones putting a tire on the rim without using tire levers."
credit to: https://www.liv-cycling.com
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