We’ve made changes to the way we operate to accommodate the series of new realities we’ve found ourselves in since March. We’ve also had a chance to bear down and focus on some ideas that we’ve had in the works for a long time and just hadn’t had the time to pull off. Our new site is one of them.
Afghan Cycles follows a new generation of young Afghan women who are pedaling their own revolution, aggressively challenging gender and cultural barriers using the bicycle as a literal and metaphorical vehicle for freedom, empowerment and social change.
A conversation with Anza Bicycles cofounder Jose Fernandez and Peruvian artist Cake about the budding cycling culture in Lima, how riding a bike connects us to our communities, and the cast of characters found on the Anza fixie that Cake illustrated.