Design by  Sarah Growden  & Screen-printed by Grand Palace

Design by Sarah Growden & Screen-printed by Grand Palace

 Join the JZI Bike Posse as we ride for women’s health in the Tour de Nash on May 11th!

Did you know that biking was critical to the women’s suffragette movement?  The bicycle gave women personal independence and allowed them to travel to work, socialize, and campaign for women’s rights.  Join us as we celebrate women, independence, and bikes on May 11th by riding and fundraising for women’s health at the Tour de Nash! 

It’s easy to participate

1) Sign up for Tour de Nash at

2) AND Register to join the JZI Bike Posse:

Name *
Phone *

3) Set a fundraising goal & make donations to Each rider who raises $50 or more will get a complimentary Jessi Zazu, Inc. bandana to wear during the ride. Make sure you and your donors credit your name in the “Add A Note” field so we know how much you raised!

4) Spread the word through your social media and beyond!  IG/FB @jessizazuinc & FB Event

"I think [the bicycle] has done more to emancipate women than any one thing in the world. I rejoice every time I see a woman ride by on a bike. It gives her a feeling of self-reliance and independence the moment she takes her seat; and away she goes, the picture of untrammelled womanhood."

- Susan B. Anthony, American civil rights leader, 1896

If you have any questions or need more details about joining JZI at Tour de Nash 2019, contact Meagan Hall at