Goodfluence Bicycle Tour

02
Sep
2014

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Over the weekend, Rob Greenfield found himself on the front page headliner of USA Today’s online news section, and was the top listed story at the Detroit Free Press.

Okay, so what’s grabbing the headlines is his mission of bringing awareness to the amount of food waste in the United States…..but he’s also doing a great job of spreading bicycle awareness.  The dude brings his bike everywhere and makes sure it gets in the media as often as he can.

Rob’s bicycle tour across the US will be done very soon, but what he’s leaving behind will not be forgotten.  I’ve seen the people he’s inspired along the way, and I know his words are getting out to the public.  He might not conquer food waste with this one tour, but he’s already made his impact.  Let’s work with Rob and keep things rolling.

01-Galaxy-S5-Power-Plus-750x750Bike2Power Powers Rob

It’s easy to see that Rob is the real deal and his passion cannot be hidden.  He lives his beliefs out loud and along with that, he uses and supports products that fit.  Bike2Power is one of those companies that has products to help support what Rob believes in.

By offering environmentally friendly ways to use and charge your cell phone and electronic devices, they are able to combine two things Rob Greenfield is passionate about….bikes and loving the planet.

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