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Liberation, On Stolen Land

September 4, 2021
Pedaling The Pueblo
Pedaling The Pueblo
Liberation, On Stolen Land

Reading a submission from Cyclista Zine, Issue 1, by L. Kling we’re reminded of the importance of recognizing the land that we ride on, who has access, how we ride, and how we connect to larger communities to achieve liberation for all.

Fall 2019, Issue 1

“This first issue cover is inspired and dedicated to cycling’s unsung hero, Kittie Knox. As a young mixed race Black woman, Kittie began to making headlines in her hometown of Boston, showing up to races in homemade tailored suits while most participants had expensive, specialized clothing. Knox soon took home a first prize and was bolstered to attend the League of American Wheelmen’s national event in Ashbury Park, NJ. The only problem is that Kittie was absolutely not welcome. The League had recently passed the color bar, saying that only white people could join the organization. But Kittie showed up anyway, turned heads, made her mark, and changed bicycling forever.”

Cyclista Zine is a collaborative zine, made up of submissions and documentation of cycling stories and intersectional feminist and DIY culture. It acts as a printed guide, with writers and artists submitting tutorials, stories, and advice for feminists wanting to shred the patriarchy.

From podcasts, zine workshops, editorials, and campaigns, Cyclista Zine is unapologetically disrupting the cycling industry.

Cyclista Zine is run by zinester Christina Torres and celebrates intersectional feminism through zines, live events, workshops and more.


Pedaling the Pueblo is created by Living Streets Alliance and powered by the City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility. We deliver you this mini-program and podcast connecting you to bicycle events and updates in Tucson. We invite city professionals, grassroots organizers, and storytellers to share what they’re working on, what’s exciting in the bicycling ecosystem, and how more people can ditch their cars for better, more equitable biking experiences.

We want to talk about what’s fresh and relevant in Tucson, so if you have a question or topic you’d like to hear covered, email us at [email protected]. You can also reach out to us on our Facebook page.

accessibility,   bicycling,   BIPOC,   black,   creating space,   femme,   ftw,   Indigenous,   land acknowledgement,   land use,   LGBTQIA+,   liberation,   Original People,   outdoor industry,   People of Color,   stolen land,   Trans,   Women,   WTF,  


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