36 Hours in Kitsbow

by Mary Bardell July 18, 2018


 

At Kitsbow we strive to fit it all in: work, family, and fun.

But when it feels like adventure is something others do, it's time to hit pause. Then eject.

Because adventure is just outside our door, maybe even a short train ride away. The key is to go.

Join Kitsbow Director of Design and Development, Tim Clark, Customer Service Sherpa, Storm Glover, and Kitsbow Ambassador, Yuri Hauswald, as they bring you the first in our series, 36 Hours in Kitsbow. 

Yep, we're all busy, but most of us can get away for 36 hours.

No need for a plane ticket, five weeks of vacation, and special equipment. No need for financial independence or an infinite hall pass.

Just 36 hours. A bike. Good gear. Good friends.

This is our story, from Petaluma, California.

It could be yours.

Request a grant application to win free gear and a production stipend to show us your favorite 36 hour adventure.

Check back at Kitsbow.com for the next open application period for 36 Hours in Kitsbow grant funding, and film your adventure!


Gear tested in this video: Radiator TeeHaskell short, Front Range Sweatshirt (Tim), Henley shirtAdjustable Short, Merino Hoodie (Storm) and the Henley ShirtDrifter Jean in black, Trials Jacket (Yuri). 




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