Tag Archives: Life Lessons

On Breaking and Losing Stuff

Posted on behalf of Zalo Crivelli, Video Coordinator, Team East After almost 7 weeks on the road, I’ve managed to lose my retainer, my laptop charger, my front fender’s mudguard, and about 20 rubber bands (they held my clothes in … Continue reading

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Cold Showers, Comfort Range & Life Lessons

Posted on behalf of Zalo Crivelli, Video Coordinator, Team East Since I started Climate Summer on June 8, I vowed to try my best to take cold showers whenever I showered. If the shower I was using had a valve … Continue reading

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A Day Out of Climate Summer

Written by Sara Mitsinikos, Media Coordinator, Team Maine Last week I had to leave Climate Summer for a mandatory family vacation. I was not pleased with having to leave my team to carry my weight both with the biking, as … Continue reading

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Climate Riding is Sexy

Written by Amanda Crawford-Staub, Outreach Coordinator, Team Maine Initially I thought this program was the most un- sexy thing I could be doing this summer. Countless days are caked in sweat, heat, bike grease and dirt. There are many hard … Continue reading

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Biking With Purpose

Posted by Trevor Culhane It’s an extremely liberating experience to bike with purpose. Riding a bike is inherently enjoyable, despite the occasional hill, thunderstorm, or inconsiderate car. But, as with everything that does not relate to ambition, bicycling is often … Continue reading

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