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This month is our Member Drive, and we’re celebrating by sharing the stories of a few of our supporters. This week, we’re highlighting Jeremie Rose from Philadelphia, who designed our beautiful new t-shirts! Jeremie’s designs were printed on super-soft t-shirts by our local print shop friends at Designer T’s in Cherry Hill, NJ. These shirts were a labor of love and collaboration by our community members, and we’re excited to share them with you.

Meet Jeremie Rose:

Bicycle CoalitionWrangling advertising by day and illustrating/designing my passions by night, I use my craft as a tool to express human experience and also a bit of punk rock. I bought my first bike in a swift Craigslist exchange on the side of the road, and–after many long distances, comedic spills, lady group rides, and trips across town to satisfy a vegan craving–I wouldn’t look back.

Riding a bike in Philadelphia is a radical act of self care and community uplift. With more access, education, and safety measures, with more affordable bikes and programs, with the city acting as a partner, we can all be advocates for the best way to move around. Design and illustration is a small part of creating awareness, and I am thrilled to be working with BCGP to make this happen.


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Want to join Jeremie in supporting our vision for safer streets and better bicycling? Join as a member–or renew your membership– today! All this month we are thanking our members with something extra: a special gift at the $45+ level, and entry to win a 17″ Fuji Nevada mountain bike at the $50+ level. This week’s special gift? A limited-edition t-shirt we just released! Get it today.

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