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Name: Emma Missale Location: Now based in Copenhagen (DK) Discipline: Trying to get ‘em all… I’ve started riding track bikes mainly for working as a bike messenger in Milan and racing alleycats and tracklocross, but also travelling. Slowly got into road, gravel and cx. Once I moved to Copenhagen three years ago I really discovered
Name: Sebastien Sutherland (they/them) Location: Amsterdam Discipline: I ride road, gravel & cyclocross and also run an LGBTQIA+ cycling club called Queer Wheels What does riding mean to you? Riding to me is freedom. Freedom to be myself. It’s not just a sport to me, it’s a way of life. I’ve found myself through cycling
Name: Éliane Location: Montreal Discipline: Fixed gear – I’ve been riding fixed gear bikes for close to 10 years. I’m a bike messenger and bikepacker, all done fixed. What does riding mean to you? Riding to me means liberty. Liberty from society, liberty from car culture. When I’m working as a messenger, riding makes me feel like I’m unstoppable, going in between cars, faster than all
Name: Bijou Vaultz Location: New York/New Jersey Discipline: Road cycling What does riding mean to you? Riding gave me a sense of community. You’re never alone on the bike. I’ll pass someone, we smile and wave and that brings me so much joy. I’ve met so many important people in my life because of cycling
Name: Michelle Location: Santa Cruz, CA, USA Discipline: I’ve kind of ran the gamut in terms of cycling disciplines. I started out riding track bikes, got into bike polo, then found CX, realized MTBs were super fun so I got a hardtail, got a BMX bike, worked as a messenger, raced tracklocross, did a handful of bike tours,
Name: Olya fon FursmanLocation: Born in Moscow region. Currently in Sochi, Russia.Discipline: fixed gear What does riding mean to you? It’s a way to feel free and stop overthinking. A way to regain your sense of self and feel happiness. A way to relieve anxiety. A way to remind myself that I can do whatever I want.