Citizen Chrome Grants: Broken & Coastal
Citizen Chrome Grants are awarded to makers, disruptors, and innovators making our hub cities better places. Their vision and fierce drive to take action inspires us. They are 100% action, 0% administration. Citizen Chrome Grants are funded with 2% of every Chrome Citizen Messenger sold.
The 2020 Citizen Chrome Grant was awarded to Broken & Coastal, an independent magazine based in Portland, Oregon focusing on the intersection of cycling, design, and the outdoors.
With a goal of making the world a better place, Broken & Coastal is swearing in a new role for the magazine as a tool to inspire creativity and give back to charity. Proceeds from this issue – Volume 05 – will be donated to The Trevor Project, a nonprofit that provides crisis-intervention and suicide-prevention services to LGBTQ and queer-questioning youth nationwide.
Broken & Coastal’s grant-funded issue features stories and photographs from the badass women, trans, and non-binary folks leading the way in creating change in the cycling industry.
Professional mountain biker, Veronique Sandler brings her dreams to life in the film Vision; photographer Tasha Lindemann reflects on Women’s Weekend at the legendary Catty/Posh trails; elite cyclist Ivy Audrain finds new meaning on the bicycle; and way more. Check out the sneak peek below and get the real thing over at Broken and Coastal.