You can now find an All Bodies On Bikes chapter near you

With 11 regional chapters, ABOB hopes to foster and build inclusive cycling communities throughout the country

All Bodies On Bikes chapter leaders gather for a photo
(Image credit: All Bodies On Bikes)

Body-size inclusivity advocate Marley Blonsky today announced that her All Bodies on Bikes non-profit not only received official 501c3 status, the organization also launched 11 regional chapters.

Founded by Blonsky and Kailey Kornhauser in 2020, All Bodies on Bikes (ABOB) is a social, educational, and industry-wide movement to create and foster size-inclusive bike communities. All Bodies on Bikes envisions "a world where anyone, regardless of body size, weight, or perceived fitness level, can safely enjoy a bike ride in a way that is joyful to them."

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