Posts tagged lady
Cycling the French Countryside - Interview with Lorely

In 1979, Lorely and her sister cycled through Southern France on a whimsical, spontaneous adventure. At night they pitched their tent wherever they could: in a field, on a beach, and even in the midst of a nudist colony. In 2016, the sisters returned to their old 'pedaling grounds.' And this time, they took pictures. 

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Bike-commuter in London - Interview with Emma

I catch up with Emma, a college friend who's now a daily bike commuter in London. In this interview, Emma shares the joys of exploring Europe by bike with her husband, as well as the scary accident that left her with more than one torn tendon. (read time: 20 minutes)

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"Don't Let Fear Run the Show"- Anna, Part 2

Anna's no stranger to adventure. This young woman from the South has cycled across the United States, through foreign countries, and has even explored the lonely highways of Alaska by bike. In part 2, I ask her more questions about being a woman on the road, and how she handles fear.

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Adventure Cyclist - Interview with Anna

From leading group bike tours in the United States to exploring Southeast Asia on two wheels with her partner, Anna is all about adventures by bike. "Until we moved to Missoula, we did not have a car for over 4 years," writes Anna, "We've been living a minimalist lifestyle, thanks to the bicycle."

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Cyclin' Superhero - Interview with Sarah

When I try to imagine Sarah Griffith's life, I keep picturing her as a superhero.  Sarah, an unassuming history professor, suddenly sprints into a storage closet and emerges moments later clad in spandex, hefting her trusty bike onto her shoulder, popping gum and ready to win the next mountain bike or cyclocross race. 

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