Interview on "A Girl Who Rides" Podcast

Interview on "A Girl Who Rides" Podcast - Screenshot Image

In June of 2017, Kaden Apparel founder Chelsea Camarata joined Andrea Pirkey of Mountain Bike Radio for an episode of the podcast, “A Girl Who Rides.”

“A Girl Who Rides” is a mountain biking focused podcast with a laid back vibe. Their episodes are filled with stories and information and offer an approachable take on mountain biking. Topics include gear reviews, interviews, ride tips, and other bike related topics.

During the interview, Andrea and Chelsea discuss how she got started with Kaden, what makes Kaden’s products different, the steps in product development, the Kaden Kickstarter campaign, and more!

Sound interesting? To learn more about Kaden and how it got started listen to the full interview here.

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