2010 California riders lunching in the redwoods


Meet Climate Hiker Emily Gluckin

Michelle Levitus on July 21, 2016, 9:54 AM

Emily Gluckin is a young women preparing for her first event with Climate Ride. She’ll be participating in Climate Hike this August, traversing through Glacier National Park with 20 like-minded hikers led by a team of knowledgeable Glacier Guides.

Emily is currently serving a term with Montana Energy Corp, which is a project of Americorp aimed to address unmet community energy needs. Energy Corp promotes sustainable energy consumption and education, fosters community…

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Meet Kate Williams, CEO of 1% for the Planet, hiking with her daughter on Glacier Hike 2016

Caeli Quinn on July 20, 2016, 9:33 AM

Kate Williams, CEO of 1% for the Planet, is participating in Glacier Hike this August 3-7, 2016. We interviewed Kate about her motivation to participate in events organized by Climate Ride and what inspired her to hike with her daughter through Glacier National Park.

Hiking at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park on Glacier Hike

Why did you decide to become a part of Climate Hike? 
"Anneka and I both care deeply about the environment and love getting outside under our own power.…

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Independent Challenge Spotlight: California Woof Ride!

Emily Kern on July 7, 2016, 2:57 PM

Last year, Harvey Slater rode in the California Climate Ride to support the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC). This year, logistics and dates didn’t line up with his schedule, so he got creative! Harvey generated his own 320 mile, unsupported, multi-day California bicycle tour as part of Climate Ride’s Independent Challenge program and brought the whole family along. Harvey, his partner Ricky, and their four dogs–Max, Chiquita, Little Foot, and Carlos–have just returned from six days pedaling along the California Central Coast on their self-created “California Woof Ride.”

“I wanted to participate and do something to contribute…and raise money for LACBC,” explains Harvey. “I came up with this independent challenge, and decided to bring the dogs along to make it a little extra challenging and fun. I have always thought it would be fun to take the dogs on a camping bike tour. I also felt like if I was going to do something like this and ask for donations every year, I needed to give my donors and contacts something new and challenging to get…

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Ocean Riders Band Together For Climate Ride Northeast In Support of Deepsea Research

Michelle Levitus on July 6, 2016, 4:01 PM

This September, a 6-person team dubbed the “Ocean Riders” are taking on the challenge of Climate Ride Northeast, pedaling 390 miles from Bar Harbor, Maine to Boston. Their efforts will support an ocean-focused organization, Marine Applied Research and Exploration (MARE). MARE has been a Climate Ride beneficiary since 2013 and is led by Founder and Executive Director Dirk Rosen, who is a soon to be 4-time Climate Rider.

We connected with Dirk to learn more about the organization,…

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Independent Challenge Spotlight: Trans-America tour for GRID Alternatives

Emily Kern on June 16, 2016, 5:00 PM

“Just finished the most challenging day yet on this tour–three peaks, 100+ degree heat, 83 miles with no towns and no services… as I cross into Utah,” Michael Johnson-Chase, Climate Ride Independent Challenger, writes from the road outside of Milford, Utah.

At this moment, Michael Johnson-Chase bravely pedals his way across the Utah desert and will continue east over the Rocky Mountains to meet and volunteer with Denver’s GRID Alternatives office. Michael is in the middle of a trans-America unsupported bicycle tour that he created with the help of Climate Ride’s Independent Challenge program. Propelled by only his pedal power, his goal is to visit all 11 of the GRID Alternatives offices across the country, while raising $10,000…

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