Campbell is a Los Angeles native whose first work
commute by bike was way back in 1989 covering the 14 miles
across the San Fernando Valley between his home in Burbank
to his job in Tarzana. It was an arduous experience but he's
come a long way, baby - literally.
pedaled thousands of miles across this great city to work
and for play, including more than 3,000 in 2007 alone. Why?
Because he considers it a pursuit both noble and essential,
and also just because any day he can get on his bike is a
better day... for him, his fellow travelers, the city and
the planet. He currently resides in Silver Lake with his
wife Susan and a menagerie of animals.
Gary Kavanagh is a video game developer converted to the ways of the bicycle, riding for transit, F.U.N, and for sport as a beginning amateur racer.
He organized as team captain a group of cyclists from Midnight Ridazz for AIDS LifeCycle 7, riding from San Francisco to Los Angeles by bike and collectively raising over $55,000 in the fight against AIDS.
Documented on his blog Gary Rides Bikes, are his photo's and stories about life in the bike lane.
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