Girls Learn To Ride At Mountain High

Laguna Beach, CA – December 10, 2001 – Girls Learn To Ride organizer MarkSperling announced today that the innovative series of girls only actionsport clinics will present a snowboarding day on Sunday, December 16, 2001,at Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood, CA.

The Girls Learn To Ride snowboarding event is open to girls aged 9 to 90 andgives females the chance to learn how to snowboard in a relaxed and funenvironment. The event includes a twohour snowboarding lesson, a full daylift ticket, snowboard and boot rental, a raffle of snowboarding gear andmore, as well as a goodie bag containing CDs and other prizes. Lessons willtake place at 9am, 10am, 11am, and noon. The cost is $29.00 with $2.00 ofeach ticket going to the Boarding For Breast Cancer Fund, which supportsbreast cancer research.

In addition to snowboarding fun, the event will include a festival area atthe base of the mountain, which will feature snowboard retailers and theLadies Lounge, a traveling music and action sport festival designed topromote the interests of young females across America. Ladies Lounge willalso host an after party open to the public of all ages and genders. Theparty will begin at 2:30pm at the Bull Wheel Saloon and Restaurant and willfeature a concert by the Halo Friendlies and Lo-Ball. For more informationabout Ladies Lounge, visit their website at www.theladieslounge.com.

Mountain High Resort is located in Wrightwood, CA, one hour from LosAngeles, Orange, and San Diego counties.

Girls Learn To Ride, now in its third year, is a series of one-day clinicsduring which girls of all ages are given the chance to learn sportstypically dominated by boys and men; such as skateboarding, snowboarding,surfing, wakeboarding, and motocross in a relaxing, safe, and funenvironment. Girls Learn To Ride hopes to encourage and empower girls of allages to learn, love and participate in these sports right along side theboys. In 2002, Girls Learn To Ride will launch a series of nation-wideclinics, with details to follow.

For more information or to register for the event, please contact GirlsLearn To Ride via email at snow@girlslearntoride.com or on the event websiteat www.girlslearntoride.com .