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Joyride033: Saddle up, cargo mamas – we talk family biking with podcaster Sara Kopper of Family Pedals

Joyriders, Meet Sarah!

Sarah Kopper hosts the podcast Family Pedals, featuring – you guessed it: families on bikes! Sarah explores the dynamics of going car-lite or car-free with children in tow! Her show sounds great, folks – not like this crap I’M pedaling over here!

Links to topics discussed on the show:

Family Pedals

Bicycle Fleet

Sarah’s Electra Ticino

Yepp Mini Kiddo Seat

Yellow Bike Project, Austin

The Revolution Bike & Bean

Cycling Norway!

Rachel Jonat

Mark Stosberg

Davey Oil from G&O Family Cyclery

Make sure you check out Family Pedals and follow her up on Instagram! Let her know you enjoyed the show!


Coming up on the Bike Love Calendar:

In the Portland area? LET’S RIDE OUR BIKES TO SEE:

 Ovarian Psycos at Hollywood Theater: January 28, 2018 @ 7pm

From the Community Cycling Center:
“The film “Ovarian Psycos” rides along with the Ova’s, exploring the impact of the group’s activism, born of feminist ideals, Indigenous understanding and an urban/hood mentality, on neighborhood women and communities as they confront injustice, racism, and violence, and take back their streets one ride at a time.”

From Friends on Bikes: 

“Ovarian Psyco-Cycles is a women of color cycling group in East L.A. that creates safer streets for women, and gives a voice to those who are disempowered. They inspire us to be strong, resilient and fight for our beliefs as a woman of color.”

Meet up: Ex Novo @ 5:30 pm. Details here.

Film: Hollywood Theater @ 7 pm | Tickets to benefit the Community Cycling Center

Ovarian Psycos – Teaser from Sylvia Frances Films on VimeoHere’s another fantastic clip in this OPB article. 

Friends, you know I believe in the transformative power of the bike, in our personal lives, our communities, and the world at large. I would be super grateful if you’d leave a rating or review in iTunesStitcher, or via whatever method you listen. It helps more gals find the show, and I believe the more stories we share, the more women who ride, we make this world – both our internal and external worlds – better with every revolution.

Also, I read 5-star reviews out on the show because I love you.

Ratings and reviews help with that, but nothing is better than a personal referral, it’d be rad if you would share the show with even just one woman who you think might dig it.

Never forget, “Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.”

Keep moving forward and until next time I hope you enjoy the ride.

Forever Forward!




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