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Basis Peak Fitness Watch

The web commercial for the Basis Peak fitness watch is live! I am excited because I was part of the talent – playing the role of a road cyclist/clothing designer. It was a long 12+ hour day of filming that started at 6am and by the end of the day I was incredibly exhausted. However, I left with a new perspective on acting. Like modeling, it isn’t as easy as one may think.

I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to be part of such a large production, it was executed beautifully.

Click here for more information on Basis

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Filming with a drone (see below) along with a moving car and steady camera was a neat experience. I am looking forward to seeing the final edit. My acting role was lead cyclist/fashion designer #meanttobe #drone #filming #castelli #cannondale #rudyproject #giro #roadie #roadcycling #girlriders

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Time For A Face Lift

Not a face lift for my actual face but a face lift for my website.

I’ve spent this past 4 years exploring my creativity one blog post at a time. After some trial and error, I am at a point where I feel confident with my style choices and photography, and wanted the look and feel of Ingalicious.com to reflect that.

Thank you, Jason for all of your support and the hard work you’ve put into making Ingalicious.com something I am very proud of. You are the best. xo

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

I can’t think of a better way to say, “let’s snuggle”, than with the world’s softest blanket. I love this Betabrand photo my boyfriend, Jason, took of us wrapped in the Vagisoft Blanket. We were away on yet another epic mountain bike adventure in Tahoe, California. Couples that play together, stay together.

Hope you have a great Valentine’s Day with your loved one!

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Officially a team member of the Bay Area LUNA Chix Mountain Biking Team

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Inga Beck Luna Chix

I remember the first time I saw a group of women in the LUNA jerseys riding mountain bikes, I couldn’t have been older than 20, I had pulled over on the trail to let them pass and just stared in awe. They looked confident and skilled, and were very friendly. And I had thought it would be neat to be a part of their team. Sadly, I didn’t have much confidence or skill at that time and thought I would probably never be able to ride my mountain bike so well much less be part of a team. Fast forward a decade, with more solo and group rides than I can count, over a handful of clinics and private lessons, and lots of big smiles and fun adventures along the way – and I am officially a team member of the Bay Area LUNA Chix Mountain Bike Team.

The LUNA Chix program brings together women interested in learning new sports, staying active and inspiring others to do the same. They organize and lead women only group rides (for all levels), clinics and fundraise for the Breast Cancer Fund. This is truly something I am proud to be a part of – click here to learn more.

Inga Beck Luna Chix

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