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Cartoon character Primo gets his "best" side handled by WOMBATS in a 2 by 3 comic strip. This comic strip serves a metaphor of depiction of how a female mountain bike rider is viewed by male riders who often see women only as a means of their sexual…

Erin McDermott of Queenstown, New Zealand is seeking information about the WOMBATS as a means to encourage potential women riders in the area.

Here's a "batalog" of WOMBATS souvenirs featuring 100% cotton t-shirts, messenger bag, patches, tea tote, tea towel, bar mat, fly thwacker, keyboard 'kover', fanny pack beach blanket, terry cloth, windbreaker, and a poster.

Two Peace Corp volunteers in the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe, which is an island nation off the coast of Gabon in West Africa, sent a letter to Jacquie Phelan to inquire about necessary information and rituals to join the WOMBATS. …

Promotional postcard for the WOMBATS in a horror movie poster tone

The quarterly WOMBATS newsletter features in its Summer 1993 news on how mountain biking has calmed and centered the spirit. The newsletter also features bicycle safety and "Bicycle Fashion Police" tickets to distribute to riders that are not…

The WOMBATS organization sent out a quarterly newsletter to its members informing them of upcoming rides and new happenings in the cycling world.

The WOMBATS organization became internationally popular with chapters initiated in England and New Zealand. Julie Walking, a native of England writes to Jacquie to express her gratitude in being introduced to a sport that she feels has changed her…

Jacquie Phelan compiled a list of do's and dont's in welcoming, preparing, and teaching women how to off-road for the leaders of the WOMBAT chapters.

Advertisement promoting the Women's Mountain Bike and Tea Society.
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