Marley Blonsky Wants All Bodies On Bikes

Marley Blonsky Wants All Bodies on Bikes

Updates: In addition to the the film screening, Marley will also be hosting a live recording of her All Bodies on Bikes podcast, with guests Michael Kelly of BikeWalkKC, Amber Edmonds of Party Pace Pedalers, and Lauren Allen of Women-Led Cycling. Plus, come early for a bike ride led by the Kansas City Chapter of All Bodies on Bikes and stay late for an after party at Velo Garage and Taphouse!

Bike Giveaway: Win a Batch Lifestyle Bicycle from BikeWalkKC and Bicycle Depot! Each ticket to Marley Blonsky Wants All Bodies on Bikes and each donation to BikeWalkKC's adult education programs counts as an entry to the drawing for a brand new bicycle.

Fundraising Challenge: Our event with Marley has inspired one BikeWalkKC member to generously donate $5,000 in support of our education programs. And, she has challenged the Kansas City community to raise an additional $5,000. Read on to learn more.


Marley Blonsky wants all bodies on bikes! You are invited to join BikeWalkKC and our special guest, Marley Blonsky at Screenland Armour in North Kansas City for a fundraising party that celebrates and supports bicyclists of all kinds. Proceeds from this event will benefit BikeWalkKC.

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Marley Blonsky is a fat adventure cyclist, co-founder of All Bodies on Bikes, co-host of the All Bodies on Bikes podcast, curve model, advocate, and consultant. Combining her experience with bike advocacy and her passion for size inclusion, she works to break down barriers and build up support for more inclusivity in cycling. Marley has worked with brands including Cannondale, PEARL iZUMi and Lululemon, and publications such as The Washington Post, Conde Nast Traveler, and Bicycling Magazine to spread her message across the United States.

What is included in your ticket?

Marley is planning to screen the Shimano film, All Bodies on Bikes and record a live episode of her All Bodies on Bikes podcast at the event! Tickets are $20, and they include admission to the event and two drinks from Screenland’s bar, plus an entry to a drawing for a Batch Lifestyle Bicycle from BikeWalkKC and Bicycle Depot, pre-event ride with Kansas City chapter of All Bodies on Bikes, and an after party hosted by Velo Garage and Taphouse.


Are you up for the challenge?

One BikeWalkKC member has generously donated $5,000 in support of our education programs. And, she has challenged the Kansas City community to raise an additional $5,000. 

Are you up for the challenge? We hope so! 

We need to raise money to support BikeWalkKC’s education programs, especially adult programs like Confident City Cycling, Maintain Your Ride, and Women Bike KC initiatives. The primary funder for these programs has shifted its focus and will discontinue funding in 2024.  

Here’s how you can help us meet our $10,000 fundraising goal:

  • Buy your tickets to for Marley Blonsky Wants All Bodies on Bikes
  • Make an extra donation when you get your tickets
  • Can’t make it to the event? Make a gift online!
  • Prefer sending a check? Make it payable to BikeWalkKC and mail it to 1106 E 30th St, Ste G, KCMO 64109
  • For gifts of stock, a grant from your Donor Advised Fund, or a donation from your IRA, email Amy Scrivner at amy.scrivner@bikewalkkc.org for more information. 

We’re already halfway to our $10,000 goal. Please help us meet the challenge today! 

Thank you!


Bike Giveaway details

Bicycle Depot of Waldo in Kansas City Missouri has generously donated a brand new Batch Lifestyle Bicycle to give away to one lucky winner!

How to enter the drawing:

We will draw a name at the Marley Blonsky Wants All Bodies on Bikes event, and you need not be in attendance to win. If the winner is not present at the drawing, we will contact the winner via email and/or phone to make arrangements for delivery of the bike.

About the Batch Lifestyle Bicycle: "Whether you're riding to class, to work, or to coffee with a friend, the simple, easy to use 7-speed gearing is perfect for cruising. The upright riding position is comfortable and stylish. Smooth, easy rolling 700c tires keep you moving with less effort. Made to fit your lifestyle, whether it's down a bike path, downtown along a sidewalk or straight through the middle of campus. Every day is a chance to get out and ride to a specific destination or just for a little exercise." - BatchBicycles.com

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