In this episode, John re-connects with
Arleigh Greenwald aka Bike Shop Girl

They discuss Arleigh’s Bike Shop Girl mission – Empowering Daily Life by Bike which is also conveniently consistent with her “new” role as Product Marketing Manager for Tern Bicycles. She also addresses why Move for Tomorrow is now her personal mantra as she strives to achieve a sense of life balance and wellness as a busy mom of two, spouse, active living advocate, and marketing professional.

Show Notes:

This episode is available as a video and features many visuals – catch it on our YouTube Channel here:  Episode 99

Pragmatic solutions to real problems. Providing empathic support to those who are curious, but are unsure what the next step is. High-quality, electric-assist cargo bikes.

This is how we get more people, especially parents, and specifically moms with their kids riding more.

Arleigh Greenwald, also known as Bike Shop Girl , has spent much of her life on a bike and she believes strongly that we all need to Bike More, Worry Less. Over the past decade-plus she’s been Empowering Daily Life by Bike and helping others do the same.

We encourage you all to follow her work on YouTube

In addition to being a content creator inspiring active living and well-being, she’s a mom, a spouse, and now she’s the Product Market Manager for Tern Bicycles – one of the coolest e-bike and cargo bike brands out there. And not surprisingly she’s producing high-quality video content for Tern out on their YouTube Channel while providing meaningful support to the Tern Bicycles dealer network.

Additional Helpful Links:

Follow Arleigh as Bike Shop Girl on Twitter and Instagram and Facebook

Phil Gaimon – Cookie Eating Phil and a recent e-bike video he produced

Arleigh mentions The War On Cars

Tern profile videos on YouTube – Beth Nobles

Arleigh’s Tern GSD Accessories video

Arleigh’s Bike to Run video

John mentions Ryan Van Duzer YouTube adventure content creator

Arleigh’s Thankful for the Group Ride video

Sand Creek Greenway

Arleigh mentions a Ryan Van Duzer’s This App Saves Lives video

Arleigh references NASCAR drivers serving as the face of cycling in North Carolina

Arleigh’s recent Tweet featuring Denver’s Amy Kenreich

Arleigh mentions her partnership work w/ PeopleForBikes

Denver Bicycle Lobby mention

Bike Here Podcast

eCamm Live – Our video recording and live streaming platform

Arleigh mentions Ginger Runner

A reminder: Next week is our special 100th episode a video conversation featuring Clarence Eckerson, Jr. with Streetfilms

Show Credits:

Audio Production by Active Towns

A not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping communities create a Culture of Activity.

Creative Commons License: Attributions Non-Commercial No Derivatives 2021

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Music: Various Logic Pro X mixes by John Simmerman