Laura has done several different charity rides over the years and feels they were all important, but it wasn't until she found Climate Ride that she felt like she connected with the community behind the ride. She loves that Climate Ride creates beautiful trips to somewhere amazing, but still lets her support local causes.
Though Boston, where Laura lives, hasn’t seen the same extreme struggles that other parts of the world have this year, she sees the effects of climate…Read more →
Emelie believes in being proactive about the climate. That’s why she has focused on sustainability in her work in fashion over the last six years. Emelie is quick to point out that fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. At Zero Waste Daniel she helps to combat the industry’s chronic fabric waste issue. When garments are made in factories the off-cuts are dumped into landfills. Instead of the factory throwing them out, Zero Waste Daniel takes that…Read more →
A letter from a Florida Rider to her fellow Climate Riders on Blue Ridge to DC, September 24-26, 2017
Laura Reynolds lives near Miami, FL. She and her teammates just endured Hurricane Irma and are still on their way to ride with us this weekend. Laura will also lead our Advocacy Day training on September 25 at 5:30 pm.
Dear Fellow Climate Riders,
Our team’s name “Riding the Storm” was never intended to be so tragically literal. It was the 25th anniversary of…Read more →
Climate Ride Blue Ridge to Washington DC
Ride with us to the US Capitol!
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
This is one of the most thrilling parts of Climate Ride into Washington DC. Please invite your family and friends to pedal with us, or to meet us at the Upper Senate Park for the riders' arrival.
2:30 pm: Gather at the pedestrian circle near the Thompson Boat Center, west of 30th St. NW (MAP HERE). Bring your own bike or pick up a Capital Bikeshare bike.
2:45…Read more →
Last year, he joined us as a Diversity Rider on Team Los Angeles County Bike Coalition (LACBC), and now, GusTavo Guerra-Vasquez is back for a second year with Climate Ride.
The Diversity Program got its start with the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) and Climate Ride as a way to offer financial assistance and training support to better reflect the L.A. community’s diversity on the ride. What first caught GusTavo’s eye and encouraged him to apply was the word “diversity.” GusTavo works as a Diversity Trainer and Human Services Administrator, and was also the first person in his family to graduate from high school and a…Read more →