1×10: RoseMary Sindt, Portland Design Works

Welcome to 1×10, where we ask 1 inspiring human 10 questions about how they are using cycling as a force for good. Read on to learn more about RoseMary Sindt, Marketing Manager at Portland Design Works (PDW) in Portland, OR. Learn about PDW’s (facebook) commitment to normalizing bike commuting, RoseMary’s love for the awesome Machines…

1×10: Joshua Thomas Riddle, Campagnolo + Fulcrum

Welcome to 1×10, where we ask 1 inspiring human 10 questions about how they are using cycling as a force for good. Read on to learn more about Joshua Thomas Riddle, Global Press & Communications Director for Campagnolo and Fulcrum. I’m sure we’ve all swooned over Campagnolo components – past and present. I first got…

1×10: Candi Roth, Have Little

Welcome to 1×10, where we ask 1 inspiring human 10 questions about how they are using cycling as a force for good. Read on to learn more about Candi Roth, designer, artist, photographer AND creator of the blog Have Little. Candi and her husband are currently riding and camping along the southern border of the…

1×10: Molly Sugar, WTF Bikexplorers and Friends on Bikes

Welcome to 1×10, where we ask 1 inspiring human 10 questions about how they are using cycling as a force for good. Read on to learn more about Molly Sugar, of WTF Bikexplorers (WTF) and Friends on Bikes (FOB). WTF Bikexplorers (insta, facebook)supports, celebrates, and connects Women, Trans, Femme, non-binary, and gender queer cyclists who…

1×10: Patrick Stephenson, Director of 30 Days of Biking

Welcome to 1×10, where we ask 1 inspiring human 10 questions about how they are using cycling as a force for good. Read on to learn more about Patrick Stephenson, Director of 30 Days of Biking. From 30 Days of Biking: “Founded in Minneapolis in 2010, 30 Days of Biking is a pledge to ride…

1×10: zahra alabanza, Red Bike Green (RBG) – Atlanta

Welcome to 1×10, where we ask 1 inspiring human 10 questions about how they are using cycling as a force for good. Read on to learn more about zahra alabanza, co-founder of Red Bike & Green (RBG) – ATL and RBG National Coordinator (though this is a dormant role). Their mission statement from their website:…

1×10: Mick Weldon, 100 Tacos

Welcome to 1×10, where we ask 1 inspiring human 10 questions about how they are using cycling as a force for good. Read on to learn more about Mick Weldon: he likes stray cats, Scrabble, Roxanne, freight trains, and serving food off the back of his bicycle. He describes himself as a human, friend, paint…