Greetings to all Quins readers! This is the latest article in our series highlighting companies in the bustling and multi-faceted cycling industry with headquarters located in the heart of our nation – New York, New York. In this article, we delve into an intriguing mix of organizations that are redefining wastes, fitness, fashion, transportation, and more, all around the fascinating world of cycling. Join us as we explore and celebrate these innovative companies making towering contributions and leading us into a sustainable, fit, and exciting future.
From companies revolutionizing fitness with high-design technological wonders to entities transforming waste into functional, chic wearables, these industry leaders headquartered in New York are making notable waves globally. While some of these companies intertwine fitness and technology to give us immersive workout experiences, others make use of technology, recycling, and sustainability for more responsible waste management, urban transportation solutions, and even turning ocean plastic waste into trendy clothing.
So, whether you’re a fitness enthusiast, a conscientious consumer, a technology aficionado, an environmental activist, or just someone with a love for cycling, there’s something for everyone in our curated list. Without further ado, let’s jump in and explore these companies that are reinventing the wheel – literally!
Recycle Track Systems (RTS) is a game-changer in the waste management and recycling industry. Founded by Adam Pasquale, and Gregory Lettieri, RTS combines technology with high-touch services for more responsible waste disposal. As a certified B-Corporation, RTS is committed to meeting stringent standards of environmental transparency and performance. Connect with them on Twitter,
Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Revolutionizing the fitness industry is Peloton. This company merges high-design with modern technology, providing access to live and on-demand fitness group classes. Founded by Graham Stanton, Hisao Kushi, John Foley, and Tom Cortese, Peloton offers a comprehensive and socially connected workout experience. Check them out on Twitter, Facebook, and
From ocean waste to fashionable swimwear, Fair Harbor emphasizes sustainability in their practice. Founded by Caroline Danehy and Jake Danehy, Fair Harbor leads in sustainable fashion manufacturing. Find them on LinkedIn.
Flywheel Sports offers an immersive indoor cycling experience founded by Ruth Zukerman. Aiming for real results and fun, Flywheel Sports is the go-to for workout enthusiasts. Stay updated with them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
GreenSpark Software provides a web-based software solution for metal recyclers. This end-to-end solution streamlines the business operation increasing overall efficiency. Connect with them on LinkedIn.
Zero-waste wipes are at the heart of Busy Co. Founded by Jamie Steenbakkers and Michael Leahy, they bring responsible consumption to the beauty sector. Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Nadeera focuses on introducing innovative methods for improving waste management. They are a social enterprise promoting sorting-at-source and deposit return systems. Follow them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Working towards reducing waste and restoring nature’s balance is rePurpose Global. Founded by Aditya Siroya, Peter Wang Hjemdahl, and Svanika Balasubramanian, they provide solutions for plastic pollution control. Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Lastly, SoulCycle focuses on combining high-energy music with inspirational coaching. Founded by Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice, it provides a full-body workout that benefits both the mind and body. Stay updated with SoulCycle on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.