In Ryan Van Duzer’s latest video, he goes plastic-free grocery biking and explains why it’s easier than you think and provides some tips on moving toward a zero-waste lifestyle. Watch it here…

Ryan Van Duzer has been using his bike as a grocery-getter for years. In fact, he’s never owned a car. According to Ryan, it’s easier than you think, and now he’s doing it plastic-free. In Ryan’s latest video, he visits Nude Foods in Boulder, Colorado, a true zero-waste grocer, where he loads up on food and gets some tips from the owners of the store. Watch it below and then hit our Related Content grid at the bottom of this post for more plastic-free bikepacking resources.

“The evils of single-use plastic are well documented. It’s toxic, it’s filling up our oceans and landfills, it’s poisoning our water systems, and it’s increasing our dependency on oil (just to name a few).”

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