The Bike Ride That Changed My Life

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«Fast forward to the morning of September 27, 2013 when I set a new world record by becoming the first person in history to bike across the San Francisco Bay.

It was a truly epic and beautiful bike ride, one that left me deeply humbled and grateful. One week later, I did the same thing biking across the Hudson River for the first time ever from Hoboken, New Jersey to a Manhattan dock crowded with reporters (see the CBS Evening News report below!). I’ve also launched BayCycle Project, which aims to build a new aquatic frontier in biking. I’m also starting a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter to design the water bike craft of the future—one that will enable all cyclists to easily ride their own bikes on the water for sport, recreation, health, and transportation. And on a planet that is two-thirds water with over five billion bikes in circulation around the globe, this seems to be a long time coming. It also feels like, at long last, my dream has come into focus. Not what I expected or ever envisioned, but something that is so brilliantly and perfectly suited to me—a life biking on the water and showing other people the joy of doing the same.»

Judah Schiller is the Founder of BayCycle, Inc. and the CEO/Founder of AIKO, a design and innovation agency focused on transforming the way people live, learn, and play. Launched on the heels of becoming the first person in history to ever ride a bike across the San Francisco Bay and the Hudson River, BayCycle is dedicated to building an aquatic frontier in biking for sport, recreation, health, and transportation. It’s mission is to enable the world’s five billion bikes for riding on the water. Judah lives in Mill Valley, CA with his three awesome kids and naturally loves being by the water. Learn more about Judah and BayCycle on Facebook and Twitter.

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