FIVE THINGS is a feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week's notable person is cyclist Jessica Nadeau.
Nadeau is a grant writer, development specialist and has been an important force behind many classic cycling events in Minneapolis including the Powderhorn 24, The Scardey Cat, Babes in Bikeland and more.
We hope you enjoy this week's Banjo Brothers Five Things.
Raised on a farm just outside of Payson, Utah, Amanda Batty is a recently retired professional downhill and enduro racer. Described on the Packfiller Podcast by host Patrick Bulger as, "fast, opinionated, colorful, fun and as she says herself, feisty as f--k."
Batty's love-affair with the bike is eloquently chronicled on her personal website and it's just one of the many reasons she's a compelling subject for our Five Things project.
FIVE THINGS is a feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week's notable person is cyclist Tyler Huber, a father of two, husband, avid cyclist, graphic designer and co-founder of the Burleigh County Bicycle Cult and Burleigh County Cup w/ Ian Easton.
It’s been six years since we made the Burleigh County Bicycle Cult jerseys that said “Adventure is Dead” on the collar as a joke about how overused and meaningless that word has become. Let’s give it a rest, shall we?
These are real customers and their stories about using Banjo Brothers Cycling Bags.
This expanding rack top bag traveled with me this summer on vacation in New York.