Hello there ~
My name is Molly Sugar and I am currently based in Portland, Oregon. I am constantly striving to combine my love for cycling, design, and grassroots organizing in new ways.

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Founder of Friends on Bikes and co-founder of Radical Adventure Riders. Both organizations aim to foster more inclusion for people who identify as BIPOC and/or FTWN-B in the cycling community.


Creator and coordinator of Bike Match, a program by Friends on Bikes that matches free bike donations to BIPOC folx who need bikes in the Portland area.


Creative director of Get Rad Be Radical, an annual publication by RAR that changes the way FTWN-B folx are represented in the bicycle adventure community.


Creator of the Cycling Industry Pledge, a pledge and network by RAR that holds companies accountable to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in cycling.


Lead user interface designer at Ride with GPS from 2017-2021. A website and mobile app for cyclists with tools for route planning, navigation, and finding rides. 


Route creator of the Frog Lake Loop and Fire & Ice Cave Loop, both are beginner to intermediate friendly bikepacking routes in the Pacific Northwest area.


Writer and contributor to The Radavist, Bikepacking.com, and Bicycling Magazine where I try to intersect my personal cycling experience with greater advocacy issues.


Ambassador for Revelate Designs, an Alaska-based business making high-quality bags and gear for bikepackers.


Model and talent for brands such as Subaru USA, Travel Oregon, Specialized Bikes, Ritchey Logic, and Swift Industries.


Biked across America twice. In 2018, biked on remote jeep and gravel roads from Eureka, Montana to Sierra Vista, Arizona on the Western Wildlands Route. In 2016, biked on paved roads from Yorktown, Virginia to Astoria, Oregon on the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail. 


Bikes, donuts & coffee make me happy ~ email me if you want to connect.✌️ ✌️✌️