S02-E22 | Unveiling the Transformative Power of Cycling in Nairobi with Cyprine Odada Mitchell
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Empowering Communities, Breaking Barriers and Shaping a Cycling City through Critical Mass

Are you ready to uncover the transformative power of cycling in Nairobi? In a city where cycling is often associated with either poverty or an elitist sport, the Critical Mass movement is challenging these perceptions. In this inspiring episode our special guest Cyprine Odada, the Executive Director of Critical Mass Nairobi, shares her personal journey within the movement and her ambitious goal of transforming Nairobi into a cycling city, bringing happiness and smiles back to people's faces. Discover how Critical Mass empowers cyclists, fosters safe corridors, and breaks cultural barriers for women, making a remarkable impact in the city. This episode is part of a series of interviews with some of the Remarkable Feminist Voices in Transport 2023, who were awarded by TUMI’s Women Mobilize Women initiative. Tune in!

Many thanks to

Our TUMI Partners ADB, BMZ, C40 Cities, CAF, GIZ, ICLEI, ITDP, KfW, SLOCAT, UN-Habitat, WRI

Our Guest Cyprine Odada Mitchell Linkedin & Twitter

Our moderators Julia Remmers, Valeria Felix, and Moritz Brantz

Max Bleß from audioBoutique for the sounddesign

Sebastian Hofer from freifahrt for the concept and production support


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