A look inside and the story behind Green Guru, a small company that uses old tubes, neoprene wetsuits, vinyl banners and a plethora of other materials that would otherwise get tossed in the trash to make bike bags and accessories.
So far, they've saved over 500,000 pounds of material from the landfill!
"Some may wonder why I would choose to continue living out of this van with so many difficulties. To me, a hurdle in life is nothing more than a test. Testing your knowledge, your commitment, your drive and ambitions. When choosing between the smooth, easy road through life and one with unknowns, I will always choose the hard route."
"Sharing my hometown bounty really has become one of my favorite things about the local trail network. Wide-eyed, friends from near and far get to enjoy that which I have for so many previous years, and more often than not, their enthusiasm becomes infectious."
"It’s butterflies in your stomach when you’re away from it. It’s thinking about it nonstop when you’re at your desk at work. It’s the learning curve that takes place when figuring out how it responds in and to different conditions. It’s having a photo of the bike in question as a screen saver on your phone or computer. It’s sitting in your garage on a rainy night eating burritos with your... View details ⇨
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