We’ve been focusing on video content, a mix of urban cycling and veganism, on our channel on youtube Gotham Parks. Subscribe and check it out! Here are just some recent offerings:
On my daily fruit smoothies for the workday hours.
On some vegan fitness output.
My review of the Xtracycle Edgerunner cargo bike – a great bike for vegans!
On traffic crimes in Harlem/ Washington Heights NYC.
Running round the park on good friday.
On the Queensboro Bridge Bike/ Ped path.
Urban bike safety pro-tip.
… it’s cheaper to go vegan, whole foods plant-based, in the long run, always!
Vegetarianism (including eggs, dairy) is hardly better ethically or health-wise than not abstaining from flesh. Go vegan, all the way!
A basic why I’m vegan video.
Subscribe to Gotham Parks! I’ll post more to africanvegans.com going forward to keep y’all in the know. Go vegan, ride bikes and enjoy!
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