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Tag Archives: SJ
Deeply heartbroken for the loss of SJ Brooks. No words can describe how much they will be missed in FOB, Seattle and the community at large. They were a positive light who worked tirelessly to create change. We’ve suffered a … Continue reading
SJ moved to Seattle via Boston and Montreal, and has been involved in the bike industry now on both coasts. And they have seen a persistent problem. “Certain cultures and certain genders aren’t associated with bicycling even though all those … Continue reading