This is the second installment in a series of podcast interviews with the folks around the Philadelphia Bike Expo and SRAM Inclusivity Scholarship. In this episode, we chat with one of the key players in bringing this project to be, Brooklyn Fowler of SRAM.
Brooklyn is best described as a powerful undercurrent in an industry that values big waves. They are one of those folks in cycling that you may not know but whose impact you have certainly felt. In addition to being one of the most technically knowledgable folks in the cycling industry in the world, Brooklyn has also been an enthusiastic and passionate advocate for the rider and mechanic experience. They have been a central, though behind-the-scenes, figure in stoking grassroots efforts to facilitate inclusivity in the cycling industry and are an important touchpoint for many.
In this interview, Brooklyn and I discuss investing in inclusivity and the ins and outs of the Philadelphia Bike Expo and SRAM Inclusivity Scholarship.
Stay tuned over the coming weeks for interviews with the frame builders who have been awarded the Philadelphia Bike Expo and SRAM Inclusivity Scholarship.
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