Episodes


S2 E11 Anna Soens – The Dignity of Risk

Anna Soens is a multi-sport adaptive athlete, a committed outdoors person in all seasons, and a wildlife biologist. We had the opportunity to sit down with Anna to discuss her expeditions and projects, tackling old problems in new ways, making trails and bikeways accessible for everyone, how adaptive sports and traditional sports are not separate…

S2 E10 Jalen Bazile – Soul Rebel

Jalen Bazile is a professional outdoorsman and outdoor educator, a cycling advocate, a member of the Black Foxes, and the founder of the newly launched Trvl Wide. We had an opportunity to sit down with Jalen just prior to the launch to discuss his company, bikepacking as a path to healing, moving at the speed…

S2 E9 Lanrick Bennett Jr. – Yes! And?

Lanrick Bennett Jr is the Bicycle Mayor of Toronto, Canada’s largest city, with extensive experience in active transportation policy, urban design, and placemaking. We had the opportunity to sit down with Lanrick to discuss painted lines or ‘sharrows’, the political will to embrace change, NIMBYism, the concept of 8 80 cities, complete streets, and the…

S2 E8 Monica Garrison – Black Girls Do Bike

Monica Garrison is the Founder, Executive Director, and Chief Storyteller at Black Girls Do Bike, a Pennsylvania based nonprofit that has 100+ chapters of women centric bike clubs worldwide. We had the opportunity to sit down with Monica to discuss her work, safety in community, building confidence, moving under your own power, how cities would…

S2 E7 Courtney Williams – Exposing People to Their Possibilities.

Courtney Williams is the founder and lead strategist at the Brown Bike Girl, a New York based consultancy that not only teaches people about biking but empowers cycling leaders, collaborates with local health authorities on active transportation initiatives, and does diversity, equity, inclusion, and access training throughout industry. We had the opportunity to sit down…

S2 E6 Alyssa Gonzalez – Going All In

Alyssa Gonzalez is a multi-sport athlete, an outdoor advocate, and a product designer in the outdoor industry. We had the opportunity to sit down with Alyssa to talk about finding new ways to love movement, questioning what success looks like, the benefit of slowing down, building things with people in mind, and going all in.…

Some Thoughts on Roe v. Wade

Friday, after hearing the news I took care of a few critical business ops for this show and work I do under other hats, paused all social media (Thanks Dave Amirault c/o Go Daddy for the sage advice), and went outside. I told my partner I planned to write some thoughts once I could collect…

S2 E5 Chris Chan – Building Bike Friendly Cities.

I’ve gotten to link up with a lot of heroes with this show, but Chris Chan is one of my hometown hero’s so this was pretty special. Chris is a dedicated urbanist, multi modal transportation advocate, urban canoeist, and the former executive director of Bike Edmonton, which is a nonprofit advocacy, education, and outreach organization…

S2 E4 Judy Kasiama – Building Opportunities

Judy Kasiama is a multi-sport athlete, an outdoor advocate, and the founder of Colour the Trails. We had the opportunity to sit down with Judy to talk about building supportive communities, calling the outdoor industry into conversation, sitting in discomfort, and building opportunities. This show is available everywhere you get podcasts June 3, 2022 LINKS…

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