This video has been posted over at our sister site – Commute by Bike – but I thought it was definitely worth highlighting here at Utility Cycling, as well. The video features competitive downhill racer Chris van Dine, but it’s not so much about how he uses the bicycle for sport, but more about how he uses it for community building. Chris works in Guatemala through an organization called Pedals for Progress that helps get people on bicycles. Chris’ work is helping bring bicycles to people for transportation, social justice, employment, fun, and a source of freedom. His story is also an interesting example of how sport and utility cycling can be very much connected. Enjoy.