In this episode; In the 1890s, cycling for women was mainly about liberation and health, but since the rise of car culture, safety is a top concern.

Featured speakers

Ulana Mekutsz, member of Girls Bike Club Chicago; Adonia Lugo, anthropologist and Equity Initiative Manager for the League of American Bicyclists; Mia Kohout, founder, Momentum Magazine, Canada; Melinda Tuhus, cyclist and radio producer.

Produced by Melinda Tuhus; Series Editor, Frieda Werden

ON WINGS | June 21, 2014 | 2:30 pm

Women and Cycling

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In this episode; In the 1890s, cycling for women was mainly about liberation and health, but since the rise of car culture, safety is a top concern.

Featured speakers

Ulana Mekutsz, member of Girls Bike Club Chicago; Adonia Lugo, anthropologist and Equity Initiative Manager for the League of American Bicyclists; Mia Kohout, founder, Momentum Magazine, Canada; Melinda Tuhus, cyclist and radio producer.

Produced by Melinda Tuhus; Series Editor, Frieda Werden

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