His love for speed kept him riding at first, but now he enjoys the scenery and the sound of gravel under his tires.
She recently learned to ride a bike and quickly fell in love.
The cycling community abroad provided motivation to put herself—and her health—first.
“You don’t have to already be in shape to start a [fitness] journey. You don’t have to look a certain way.”
“[Cycling] was the key that unlocked my potential.”
“Never underestimate the healing power that sports and activity can have in your life, regardless of what you’re going through.”
When Will Etti was rear-ended, he needed a low-impact activity to help him rehab his injuries. But cycling became more than that.
“I’ve learned that my overall health is about so much more than a number on a scale or a clothing size.”
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“I was so amazed at my brain’s ability to heal.”
“Finding the why is the hardest part. Once you find that, you are locked and loaded, and ready to change.”
“Cycling encourages me to be brave and fearless. Because of cycling, that’s who I am today.”
Sara Davenport rides with gratitude for life.
“Riding helps take my mind off my diagnosis—even just for a little while—and makes me happy.”
Riding became a way for Mark DeLong and his wife to grieve their loss—and cope with his own cancer diagnosis, too.
“I never imagined that I was ever capable of the things I am doing today.”
“I went through a whole mind, body, and soul transformation, and I feel my positive qualities shine a lot more.”
“Now when I hop on the bike, I am much more appreciative of the simple ability to ride.”
“Cycling has become the catalyst for me becoming the best version of myself.”
“Don’t wait until a Monday or a New Year—begin now. Start small and grow your goals as you grow and become stronger.”
“Don’t get on the bike to ride away from the old you. Ride towards joy.”
Her father’s health struggles motivated her to get fit.
As a former equestrian, she needed an outlet for adventure and joy. Time in the saddle—and with her family—brought her that.
It was the resiliency and kindness she felt in the studio that kept her going.
When he couldn’t carry his kids, he knew he needed to get in shape.
A trainer challenged her to a 20K back in 2015, and now she plans to ride more than 1,200 miles in 2022.
He stepped into a spin class, and never looked back.
Born with cerebral palsy, Volfman is chasing his Olympic dream on a bike that leaves him cut, bruised, and calloused.