In February, thirty individuals participated in Climate Ride's Death Valley Ride through Death Valley National Park. One of those participants, Kevin Martin, shared with us his recap of his experience in the park.
It almost seems a disservice to call Death Valley a desert. A desert in my mind conjures up images of zero life and miles of nothingness. Death Valley could not be further from that imagery. I have never seen such interesting natural land formations, multi-layered…Read more →
Wow! This group of 105 people raised more than $400,000 to support the Climate Ride cause. They trained, raised awareness, and pedaled farther than they ever expected. Proceeds from all Climate Ride events will be distributed through the Climate Ride grants program at the end of the year to our beneficiaries doing vital work to fight pollution, to push for solutions to climate change, to promote safe and equitable active transportation in our cities and towns, and to preserve…Read more →
Guest blog contributor, Brandon Sutton, is a 2015 Climate Hiker and Climate Ride Ambassador from Atlanta, GA. Read on for a personal account of his time spent in Glacier last summer.
When I heard the words ‘Climate Hike,’ there was no question I was in. Two of my biggest passions rolled into one experience – yes, please! It was late winter of 2014 when I first heard of the hike from my friends at Citizens’ Climate Lobby — a Climate Ride Beneficiary. I’ve been a…Read more →
Glacier Ride 2015 was a resounding success! Thirty incredible riders rode 250 miles of the most stunning scenery in America.
The result was a trip of a lifetime and more than $100,000 raised to support bicycle projects, sustainable transportation and research in Glacier National Park through the efforts of the Glacier National Park Conservancy. These inaugural Glacier Riders were greeted by the Glacier National Park Superintendent as leaders for alternate transportation in…Read more →