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Live from the Farm

Live from the Farm

Meg White was a long-time employee of Bumbleride. Back in 2018, she and her family moved to a farm in Oregon...from an urban farm they started in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego, CA.  We watched her become married and have her first-born baby girl while at Bumbleride. Since leaving to pursue life in Oregon on a farm, we've seen her crew and farm family continue to grow.  Q&A with Meg: What inspired you to want to be so adventurous, to pick up your life and move from an urban neighborhood in San Diego to a farm in Oregon?  My husband and...

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Using Ghosts Nets for Good

Using Ghosts Nets for Good

A ghost net is a fishing net that’s been lost or abandoned in the ocean.  Did you know, 48,000 tons of Ghost Fishing Nets enter the oceans each year? These abandoned nets continue to trap everything in their path, presenting a major problem for the health of our oceans and marine life. Says Worldwildlife.org, ghost nets are also a major contributor to the Ocean Plastics Crisis. Most modern nets are made of nylon or other plastic compounds that can last for centuries. According to a 2018 study in Scientific Reports, ghost nets make up at least 46 percent of the Great Pacific Garbage...

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April 12, 2023 Beach Clean Up Recap

April 12, 2023 Beach Clean Up Recap

Bumbleride Beach Clean Up #20 Law Street, Pacific Beach, CA We are a rain or shine kind of crew when it comes to beach clean ups. I think this was our coldest one yet. We've had very wet Winter and Spring seasons in San Diego, CA, where we are headquartered, so when Earth Month arrived, we kept the date we committed to and hit the beach ready to make an impact. Our friends at Tourmaline Collective and Local H20 the Water Store in Pacific Beach joined us for the fun. We even had some bundled up little ones equipped with the...

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She Is Beautiful Race Recap!

She Is Beautiful Race Recap!

The sun was shining, and energy was high at this year's She is Beautiful 5K/10K in Santa Cruz, California. We woke up early to a golden glow as the sun rose over the Pacific Ocean. The starting line was bubbling with excitement as thousands of runners gathered. Over 200 participants in our Bumbleride Baby Mama Division and strollers all geared up to run.  This run is more than a race. It’s an infectious feel-good time with all ages and levels welcome. From adorable babies in strollers, Olympians taking part and a running class welcoming 80 years plus. An inclusive event...

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