Asian-Owned Cycling Businesses

To celebrate AAPI-month, we created a list of Asian-owned cycling businesses. Support, follow, and share this post to uplift the Asian cycling community! This is not a comprehensive list by any means, so please add Asian-owned cycling businesses that should be recognized in the comments. We also want to recognize that many bicycle frames, components,… Continue reading Asian-Owned Cycling Businesses

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What’s in My Bag

As the weather gets warmer and the days are longer, now’s the time to get your bikepacking setups dialed.  Olivia (she/they) from WTF Bikexplorers Atlanta created a handy ‘What’s in My Bag’ setup list to give you ideas on what to bring and how to organize your items. Olivia’s mantra is, “I am complete but… Continue reading What’s in My Bag

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BIPOC & FTWN-B Cycling Grants

Sharing and boosting BIPOC & FTWN-B cycling grants! We compiled a list of community grant opportunities for Spring/Summer 2021 specifically for BIPOC and FTWN-B folx.  See more info below and keep an eye out for the approaching deadlines: Thee Abundance Mini-Grant Deadline: Wednesday, April 21st Overview: Five to seven women of color will receive free… Continue reading BIPOC & FTWN-B Cycling Grants

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AAPI Solidarity

RAR stands in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander community today and always. These are 10 organizations to follow, donate and support in Atlanta and across the U.S. Please do what you can to support the AAPI community by donating your time or money, offering allyship, and making sure that these stories are… Continue reading AAPI Solidarity

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New Year New Name

This past summer, we committed to change the name of our organization by the end of 2020. We acknowledge that both “WTF” and “Bikexplorers” are harmful, with ‘explorer’ using traumatic colonial language and ‘WTF’ centralizing cisgender women while being a recognizable acronym for ‘what the f*ck.”  Asking for Name Suggestions On December 1st, our leadership team and… Continue reading New Year New Name

BIPOC Cycling Grants

Even though the SJ Brooks Scholarship is closed for 2020, many grant opportunities are still available for the BIPOC cycling community. We’ve compiled a list for you to keep a reference and an eye on those approaching deadlines!  👀 Bikepacking Roots BIPOC Adventure Grant To support recipients by helping fund a fun and empowering bike… Continue reading BIPOC Cycling Grants

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Fire Suppression

Our hearts go out to all those impacted by the fires burning in the Western U.S. 💜 We are in Oregon and can see the sky covered in smoke as we write this. As wildfires spread in California, Oregon, and Washington there are a lot of convos on the internet about climate change. Climate change… Continue reading Fire Suppression

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8 Bikepacking Tips During COVID

While the coronavirus pandemic is escalating in the US, we wanted to share some tips and advice as folks get back out bikepacking again. We urge you to be responsible and acknowledge your impact while traveling. 1. Stay Close To Home Look up guidelines and phases of reopening for where you are traveling from and… Continue reading 8 Bikepacking Tips During COVID

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Anti-Racism Resources

Three comprehensive resource lists to continue your education on anti-racism. 1. #BlackTransLivesMatter Actions & Resources for Solidarity This resource document was a collaborative effort between people who stand in solidarity with Black trans women and wanted to make a difference, and some of the foremost Black trans leaders in community and culture. It is a breathing… Continue reading Anti-Racism Resources

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