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    FIVE THINGS WITH KATE SCHADE FOUNDER OF KATE'S REAL FOOD

    FIVE THINGS WITH KATE SCHADE FOUNDER OF KATE'S REAL FOOD

    FIVE THINGS is a weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week’s FIVE THINGS is with Kate Schade, founder, Kate's Real Food. Kate’s Real Food is a small company in the Idaho backcountry making  handmade, organic energy bars with all-natural ingredients. Kate dived headlong into the business world in 2010 after making her Tram Bars to sustain her and her pals during their epic backcountry adventures. She's been a ski bum, slinged Italian food, managed CSA farm called Cosmic Apple Gardens.  Oh, and did we mention she races motorcycles in the dessert? Enjoy this week's FIVE THINGS.

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    FIVE THINGS WITH THE WOMAN WHO MIGHT SAVE BICYCLE INDUSTRY

    FIVE THINGS WITH THE WOMAN WHO MIGHT SAVE BICYCLE INDUSTRY

    FIVE THINGS is a weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week’s FIVE THINGS is with the woman who might just save the bicycle industry, Arleigh Greenwald. For eight years Arleigh was the voice behind the popular women's cycling specific blog, Bikeshop Girl. At the same time she was running bike shops and working in bicycle advocacy. Like always, she's got a lot on her plate. The mother of two has a newborn, two start-up businesses and a new podcast

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    FIVE THINGS ELISA MUNOZ

    FIVE THINGS WITH CYCLIST, MOM AND FOOD POLICY EXPERT ELISA MUÑOZ

    FIVE THINGS is a weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week’s FIVE THINGS is with cyclist and food policy expert Elisa Muñoz. We first met Ms. Muñoz when she co-founded the Bici Bicycle Cooperative in Birmingham, Alabama and when she was the co-author of the popular (and since retired) cycling blog, Bikeskirt. Easy and equal access to cycling was and still is a goal of the co-op. A relatively new Mom, and now a New Orleans resident, Muñoz and her young son are starting to get back into cycling.

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    FIVE THINGS WITH DANIMAL

    FIVE THINGS WITH BIKE INDUSTRY OUTLAW DANIMAL

    FIVE THINGS is a weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week’s FIVE THINGS is with bicycle industry outlaw Danimal. We met DM in 2012 when he still lived in "Nash-Vegas." Dan is many things. He's a fine writer, entrepreneur, Tour Divide finisher, bicycle commuter, capable bicycle mechanic, race promoter, bikepacker, mentor, role model, reading advocate, beach-lover, and  a rye-whiskey drinking sonofagun. 

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    FIVE THINGS WITH ONE ON ONE BICYCLE STUDIO CO-FOUNDER JEN OBERPRILLER

    FIVE THINGS WITH ONE ON ONE BICYCLE STUDIO CO-FOUNDER JEN OBERPRILLER

    FIVE THINGS is a weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week’s FIVE THINGS is with Jennifer Oberpriller, co-founder and co-owner of One on One Bicycle Studio in Minneapolis. For those not immersed in the scene, One on One was, and arguably still is, 'the straw that stirs the drink' when it comes to the evolution of the bike shop into a cultural centerpiece of the city. 

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