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All Bodies on Bikes to Bring 15 Non-traditional Cyclists to SBT GRVL

All Bodies on Bikes to Bring 15 Non-traditional Cyclists to SBT GRVL

All Bodies on Bikes announces a roster of 15 non-traditional riders to start at SBT GRVL, August 12-14 On Friday, August 12, join Marley Blonsky…

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All Bodies on Bikes announces a roster of 15 non-traditional riders to start at SBT GRVL, August 12-14

On Friday, August 12, join Marley Blonsky and Ian Boswell as they discuss inclusivity in cycling at the Ice Box Steamboat.

Check out the full All Bodies on Bikes roster here and their schedule of events here .

The All Bodies on Bikes movement began with a goal to create and foster a size-inclusive bicycle community; this summer, the founders are taking it a step further by bringing a roster of 15 non-traditional riders to the start line of SBT GRVL in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on August 14.

The riders come from various backgrounds, including triathlon, bikepacking, and paracycling ; some are entirely new to cycling. But, they have one thing in common: They all have felt marginalized by the cycling community—and they have all found a new sense of community within the All Bodies on Bikes movement co-founded by Marley Blonsky , a well-known advocate for size inclusion in the cycling industry.

One of the riders on the roster is former Bicycling editor Andrew Bernstein . A former elite racer who was struck by a driver in 2019—a crash that caused numerous life-threatening injuries and spinal cord damage that resulted in permanent paraplegia. Bernstein is finally back to riding with an e-gravel bike . “As a life-long cyclist and accomplished bike racer, there’s a lot that I used to take for granted—bikes and bike clothes would fit me, and I’d have a […]

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