Finding Joy in Atlanta, Georgia (Film)
Finding Joy in Atlanta, Georgia, is the first of six films in this year’s 36 Hours in Kitsbow series. The short film celebrates a reunion of friends from the Atlanta metro area who connected by way of the Radical Adventure Riders after a long and challenging year of isolation. Watch it here…
36 Hours in Kitsbow is a unique grassroots short film series highlighting stories of cycling adventure — especially stories that reunite us with our community, propel us into the unknown, and begin a journey from our doorstep. Leading off the 2021 series, Finding Joy in Atlanta, Georgia celebrates a reunion of friends from the Atlanta metro area who connected by way of the Radical Adventure Riders’ Atlanta Chapter.
Created by Ashley Finch (@finchfry), this short film follows Sarah Cruz, Hannah Griggs, Sarah Lashinsky, Olivia Williams, Devin Cowens, Corinna Wollmann, and Ashley Finch, and enthusiastic and diverse group of cyclists from varied riding backgrounds.
“This is a story about what happens when you’re finally able to connect with your community and the joy of bikepacking with your friends.”
The Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) has made it their mission to enhance gender inclusivity and racial equity in the bicycle and outdoor adventure scene. There are currently 11 different regional chapters serving their local communities, including the Atlanta group represented here. Learn more at RadicalAdventureRiders.com and follow the Atlanta chapter on Instagram @rar.atlanta.
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