Hey there, I’m Becky

The girl behind Two Wheeled Wanderer. I’m a mountain bike coach, world traveler, coffee snob, and animal lover.

As you might have gathered, I love bikes – particularly full-suspension ones, but a simple beach cruiser can be just as fun. I also love to travel and together, these two passions are the perfect match to explore the world!

It’s my hope that these posts and pages will help fuel your two-wheeled adventures wherever they take you.

Becky, founder of the bike blog Two Wheeled Wanderer, sitting on ground wearing mountain biking gear with her dad behind her

Fun Facts About Me

Off the bike I’m

cooking or blogging

guilty pleasure

ice cream

rest day activity

word games & puzzles

Favorite bike

santa cruz bronson

trail snack

bobo’s bars

listening to

imagine dragons

Where I’ve Been

Below is a map of all the countries I’ve traveled to. I used to travel for work (on ships, see below) so many of these places were during that decade of my life. I still love to travel and I’m excited to add to this map, but my focus now is exploring the world on two wheels 🙂

All Time Favorite Trips

Favorite Mountain Biking Gear

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Mountain biker riding down big bermed turn on singletrack trail in Squamish, British Columbia with snow-capped peaks in the distance

Where this all began

I started Two Wheeled Wanderer in 2019 after my dad and I took a mountain biking trip to Squamish, BC.

I couldn’t find any good beta on what best trails to ride or how to link them up. After doing a ton of research to put together routes and rides (some of them awesome, some not so much…) I started this blog to help others make the most of their biking adventures.

I hope you find it helpful!

In a former life

I like to think that I’ve lived a pretty interesting life. Before Two Wheeled Wanderer I:
  • Spent 6 months as an exchange student in New Zealand during high school
  • Was the starting lacrosse goalie as a freshman in college
  • Spent a full year abroad in East Africa during my junior year in college
  • Bought a one-way ticket to Hawaii after graduating from college
  • Worked for 10+ years on a fleet of National Geographic Cruise ships
  • Did a month-long yoga teacher training in Thailand on the island of Koh Samui
  • Got my Master’s Degree in Nutrition (which I don’t really use other than to write nutrition-related posts)
  • Did a three-month housesit in England and still housesit around the world when I can
  • Worked as a Backroads trip leader for a season
  • Traveled to 30+ something countries!

Want to know even more?

Read my years in review