2020 is probably one of the most troubling periods of this generation. The global pandemic is an umbrella for racial tension, economic division, political views, immigration, war, healthcare, and so much more. Quarantine and social distancing are extremely important, but they can affect your mental health. The safest alternative became distance cycling, and something beautiful manifested from that. More and more people started riding, and for a moment, none of the world's problems mattered. Every rider had a moment of peace and clarity that was needed during this difficult time. This site is dedicated to everyone that gained something from riding during the pandemic.
If you want to post what you gained from riding, share with me using the Contact Page.
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Interview w/ Emily Schiffer about why cycling is good for mental health, our current fundraiser, and our must-haves when riding
BWSTW founder Daniel Morteh talked about how cycling during the quarantine saved his life and created a deep bond with his friends and community.
Keith Dent sits down with Daniel Morteh to discuss his passion for cycling and using that passion for raising money for Charities.
DIOTALK Podcast is about talking to new awesome people and hearing their life stories on what has inspired them throughout their life journey. This episode features Daniel Morteh and why he thinks Bikes Will Save The World"