Mikah Meyer is the founder of Outside Safe Space, an initiative that aims to create welcoming places for the LGBTQ+ community in the outdoors. In Schwinn’s latest “I Am a Cyclist” video, they follow along as Mikah tackles his first bikepacking trip, a 300-mile journey across the state of Oregon. Watch it here…

Schwinn’s I Am a Cyclist video series celebrates and tells the stories of people who are empowering and inspiring all people to ride “because cycling isn’t for someone else, it’s for all of us.” In their latest installment, they follow Mikah Meyer on a bikepacking trip across Oregon. Mikah inspires people to live beyond convention through his adventures and is the first person to experience all 419 U.S. National Park Service sites in a single journey. Watch Mikah’s film below…

“When I saw my dad pass away at age 58, missing out on that American dream, I realized that would not be the case for him, and might not be the case for everyone.”

Learn more about the I Am a Cyclist series at schwinnbikes.com/cyclist. And find out more about Mikah’s Outside Safe Space at MikahMeyer.com.



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