who we are.
There once were a couple of kids in flagstaff who liked motorcycles and wanted to change the world...
So they decided that they would get all crazy-like and put together a charity ride to benefit a nonprofit organization. Well, lo and behold, they struck on a most brilliant plan for making the world a better place, tiny bikes:big change. Sweet!
Eva is a motorcycle maniac and passionate entrepreneur. A card-carrying optimist and primitive survival expert, she can keep a group of 10 people alive for a week with only a machete and a trash bag. When she's not busy starting non-profit organizations, she's most often found dominating staring contests and climbing unusual rock formations across the country. Eva is thrilled to be lowering her typical engine-displacement standards and making the world a better place with the tiny bikes project.
Josh started riding motorcycles at a young age. His first motorcycle was a 1966 Yamaha 175 Enduro and he would stay up late at night reading "The Woods Rider" by Robin Perry under the covers with a flashlight. Josh has spent the last few years working with non-profit organizations and is passionate about the role of non-profit organizations in the world. He is presently an MBA candidate at Northern Arizona University and is the proud owner of the "tiny bike" that started it all, a 1972 Honda CB100.
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