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Barry Livingston (85) interviewed by his son Michael Livingston (58) and his granddaughter Shayla Livingston (25) about growing up in San Francisco, California, working for as fashion store called Livingston Brothers, his time in the Navy, and his love of...
In this interview, William Reicher (17) and brother Graham Reicher (14) ask their grandmother Phyllis Winkelstein Reicher (93) about her life and memories.
Stories about their kids and canoeing the Boundary Waters
Harper Schaberg(16) talks with Norma Schaberg(92) about her parents and how she was raised. She talks about what she wish she did different, how unsupervised life was, and growing up in the West side of Chicago.
Andrew Mortensen (31) talks with his colleague Patrick Olson (33) about the bike trip he took across the United States, through Mexico, Central America, and South America, ending in Patagonia. He talks about raising awareness and advocating for The Trevor...
Remi talks about the day he cut his chin open and what he learned after that.
Shawn Lorenzen (68) interviews her husband, Mike Lorenzen (69), about his job as a paperboy.
Jason Kimber (45) interviews his friend David Simmons (47) about his childhood in Providence, Utah, and the adventures he embarked on.
One Small Step partners Jeffrey "Jeff" Ellis (79) and Harris Mills (77) have a conversation about their experiences surrounding the Vietnam War, environmental conservation, and the importance of having compassion for people's deep hardships and traumas.
Nancy Meyer talked about growing up in Evergreen Park in mid 20th century. She had many friends and felt very safe.
Friends Richard Teals (81) and Louis Logan (79) share a conversation about the Trails Planning Team in Moses Lake, WA.
I interviewed my mom on basically her whole life, mostly what we talked about were some of her hardest struggles and most impactful memories.
Lou and Julie talk about their childhoods, family, adventures biking and hiking, and how important being a team has been for them and their family.
We talked about Mike’s life and his job owning George’s Cycles.
T.J. (83) is interviewed by son Jack (51) about the family owned business T.J. Fannon and Sons, a heating, oil and air-conditioning company.
Finally finding time and courage, a woman chases her dreams and learns to ride a bike.
Xail Hernandez (33) has a conversation with her colleague Devon Snyder (28) about what it means for them to be part of the cycling community as women, and how their roles have shaped community building as educators at Working Bikes...
We spoke about life with my dad as one of 4 children, music, college, and moving.
Zane Strait’s journey to finding his passion and the pressure the biking community and family can put on a 12 year old.