Wanna be a LUNA Chick? (I know I do, but I just don’t have the right shoes for the outfit.)
“Although the local groups are called Teams, they don’t race or compete together as a team. They train together but they enter events and races of their choosing as individuals, wearing their LUNA gear. Teams are organized around a specific sport: triathlon, running, road cycling, or mountain biking.
Local Luna Chix braved the cold SF waters for their swim practice.
Currently, there are 280 local LUNA chix in the U.S. in 19 different communities in 16 states. But there are still plenty of states without their own LUNA Chix team.
That’s where you come in. LUNA wants to expand their local LUNA Chix program and they’re looking for team leaders to start the ball rolling in their communities. If you’re longing for a supportive group of women to run, ride, or swim with, and you don’t mind a bit of fund-raising activity, visit the LUNA Chix website, read all about the teams, and apply to start one of your own!”