Our goal at PedalLove.org is to help you discover and develop your storytelling superpowers for growing active, sustainable, mindful mobility. To do that we host interviews with thought leaders, and create storytelling tools tips, and trainings.
Our focus is on women, but men are always welcome.
Scouting the Great Redwood Trail
Follow Charlie Gandy’s latest walking adventure as he checks out the opportunities and obstacles of California re-purposing an abandoned rail line through some the Golden state’s most wild and scenic territory. Click the image or here to read more.
Storytelling Tools & Tips
Active Living LeadHERship
On Wednesday September 12th global thought leaders working to quell our planet’s rising temperatures will convene in San Francisco for the Global Climate Action Summit (#GCAS2018) hosted by California’s Governor Jerry Brown. Dream with me a little, won’t you? Imagine if Governor Brown decided to take a page from actor and green activist Ed Begley Jr. and ride a bike around San Francisco during the summit instead of driving?
Renée Moore began her bike advocacy career with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) after deciding she needed a change from her career in pharmaceutical marketing. What did she love to do? Ride her bike! But she hadn't learned to ride until she was a young adult and knew that there were many more people in the DC area that hadn't learned to ride yet either and would love to, and still more who knew how to ride but didn't see biking as a viable form of transportation.
Learn more about the book in process, read excerpts and share your support to help make this happen right here.