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Uniting Bicyclists, Combating Climate Change
June 30, 2013
“No one fundraiser or sporting event can solve all the world’s problems. But the good ones, like Climate Ride, inspire leaders to go forth and make change possible.”
Josh Lasky Leaves on Solo Bike Ride Across America in the Name of Change
June 25, 2013
“Pedaling beneath the sweltering hot sun, Lasky is motivated more than ever by the need for immediate action to address and advocate for sustainability and other environmental causes, catalyzing much needed change.”
Cyclists Raise $350,000 on Climate Ride California
May 29, 2013
“…with a significant amount going toward Bay Area bicycle coalitions in the East Bay, San Francisco, Sonoma County, Marin County and Silicon Valley. The Climate Ride is the only charity ride dedicated to sustainability and bicycle advocacy and the largest single funder of bicycle advocacy groups in the country.”
Ride to Washington
May 15, 2013
“The only competitive part of this ride comes in vying against your pals to raise the most money for the cause.”
Eco-savings: Go Green Without Breaking the Bank
January 1, 2012
As a young single, Caeli led bike trips professionally all over Europe. When she settled down in Montana with Denny, she put that Euro-experience to use to help create Climate Ride. The non-profit organization organizes an annual bike odyssey from New York to Washington, D.C., where riders bike by day and learn more about cutting-edge […]
Eye on the Environment: Rides for Climate Lab Up Attention
January 1, 2012
“Bicycles are a growing part of the sustainable cities movement, with many communities updating or adopting for the first time bicycle and pedestrian master plans. These plans promote adapting the road system to accommodate cyclists…By creating a visual reminder of the need for alternative transportation, riders underscore the importance of addressing climate change while traveling […]
Hot and Bothered: Climate Ride California
September 14, 2011
“Bicycles alone won’t cure us from fossil fuel dependence, but they are an important part of the solution. Choosing to ride a bike is an action we can take right away—today, tomorrow, perhaps you rode one yesterday.”
Biking Through Amish Country for Climate Ride
June 14, 2011
“You don’t have to be part of a 300-mile, 5-day climate awareness bike ride and fundraiser to realize that this region is inherently ingrained with a more sustainable approach to life.”
Treehugger Selects Climate Ride for 2011’s Best Run, Walk or Ride for the Environment
April 5, 2011
“What you can expect: truly remarkable climate change warriors along for the ride, some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes, a chance to call or write your Senator about the issues — and probably some very sore legs (though they’ll be well-worth it).”
“Biggest Loser” Winner Joins Treehugger for Climate Ride Bike Trip
September 20, 2010
“I love riding my bike — I commute all over town these days. My passion is health and fitness, so I wanted to do something physical, while making an impact, and that’s a tough challenge to find. This definitely fits the bill.”
Brita Climate Ride Gearing Up for West Coast Environmental Bike Ride
August 18, 2010
“Caeli Quinn, co-founder and director of Climate Ride, said the ride is a positive way for people to express their frustration over the recent domestic oil spills. ‘Climate Ride galvanizes some of the greatest ‘green’ leaders in the country and profoundly inspires people to take action.’”
Pedaling Climate Action
September 14, 2009
“It’s great these hundreds of cyclists are translating their love for biking and concern for our Earth’s climate into such a strong statement for political action. Along the route, expert speakers will educate and inspire local communities about global warming and what we can all do to be part of the solution.”