Help Put Kids on Bikes! {Video}

Via on Nov 10, 2012

I wanna get more kids on bikes and you can help!

I’m a travel videographer and absolutely love my job. I’ve shared exotic stories from many corners of the globe and will continue to do so for the rest of my life…it’s what makes me feel alive!

My videos have been part of many online voting contests and I’m at it again—however, instead of taking the prize for myself, I’m pledging $1000 to Community Cycles, if I win.

That money will put 40 kids on bikes at their annual Holiday Bike Giveaway.

Here’s the deal: this summer I traveled around Europe for 60 days with a company called Viator, shooting everything beautiful and magical possible. Our culminating video is up against another team that filmed in North America (against my good buddy Jules actually).

Our video is simple, heartfelt and I know it’ll put a smile on your face!

This is where you come in: I need you to vote everyday, until November 27th.

It’s easy money and will really help Community Cycles—follow this link and vote for Ryan and Asha…it only takes a second but can only be accessed through Facebook!



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About Ryan van Duzer

Ryan Van Duzer is a born and bred Boulder boy who loves sunny days, riding bikes and eating burritos. He doesn't know how to drive a car, doesn't eat meat and is a big time momma's boy. Ryan is a freelance travel journalist and TV host, working mainly for Travel Channel and National Geographic. His dream is to host his own eco-adventure travel show and someday become the Mr. Rogers of the adventure world. To see more of what Duzer Duz, check out


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