“Our Buddy Pegs mission is to inspire more families to ride and adopt cycling as a family wellness product,” Fitzgerald said. “We recognized a need to actually teach families and kids at the youngest ages how to ride and adopt cycling as a family activity.” Read More
The other day we were walking through a big ol’ box store to grab some supplies for our life on the road (I mean, have you seen the crazy adventure we’re on?).
After wandering through the overwhelming aisles of the toy section, we wondered “how much of this stuff will just end up in the landfill in a few months...or even weeks?”
We’re big believers that some of the best things in life are free.
- Long bike rides on a sunny day
- Snuggling with your little one
- Watching a gorgeous sunset
But we also know that this time of year, giving gifts to the people you love feels pretty darn good, too!
Parents want their kids to get out and ride, but the 'bicycle shaped objects' they offer them are heavy, maladjusted, and have uncomfortable geometry (the fit). Read More
Honestly, after Scott told me I may have been too 'dark' on the last post, and then our brand new RV breaking (more to come on that) I became a bit gun shy to write again. Afterall, we own a Children's Media company that is supposed to exude positivity and confidence (can't you hear all the happy, confident music playing from all the toddler classes you have attended?). Read More
True confession, I like to read self improvement books. I avoid the term self-help because I'm not in search of 'help' as much as I'm looking for continuous personal improvement. Read More
OK, now we know the formula for a PERFECT Learn to Ride Event...
Picturesque setting overlooking an iconic bay + Stellar weather + Partnering with an incredible bike advocacy organization! It's just that easy.
Some things are just meant to be. When we arrived in the San Fran Bay Area for the start of our Raise Riders Tour it didn’t take long to zero in on the peloton of posters advertising the Marin Bike Coalition’s Biketoberfest in Fairfax, CA. Don’t know Fairfax? Well you should. OK… truth be told, we didn’t either until arriving on the scene in the birthplace of mountain biking, the famous Marin County. Read More
Today we are now on the road for 1 full month and I have to be honest. The difficulties of parenting at home have been seriously amplified on the road.
The trip has been amazing and positive on some many levels, but let’s be real here. Being cooped up in a Metro area within 175 sq ft of living quarters (that’s when we are fully ‘slid out’)...with a smelly feet, hungry kiddo, an exercise starved dog with super bad breath, and a husband pouring his everything into taking our business to the next level (read: a bit more intense than usual) has not made it easy to be Super Mom