2230 N Calle Rivas, Nogales, AZ 85621 contact@0s3movement.org 520.257.7755 or 56

Border Youth On Bikes & Podcast

Border Youth On Bikes & Podcast

Empower youth leaders with the tools and knowledge to champion physical and mental well-being through cycling and enjoyable outdoor activities within our community. Our aim is to motivate other young individuals to embrace an active, healthy, and happier lifestyle.

Hosted by 0S3 Reptilians Binational Youth Team Athletes: Sebastian Carrillo and Uriel Urquidy both Students of Nogales High School and behind the camera as the producer, Leah Munoz a recent graduate from Rio RIco High School.

Empowering Youth through Border Youth on Bikes and Podcast: Exploring the Outdoors for Physical and Mental Well-Being

In today’s ever-changing world, where the challenges faced by our youth continue to evolve, fostering a sense of community and connection is of paramount importance. Amidst these changes, the Border Youth on Bikes and Podcast initiative has taken on the inspiring task of educating and informing elementary to high school youth about cycling and other enjoyable outdoor activities available in our community. By leveraging the power of testimonials and relatable stories shared by fellow adolescents, this program seeks to empower young minds while addressing mental health concerns and reducing stigma.

A Youth-Centric Approach:

Border Youth on Bikes and Podcast embraces a youth-centric approach, recognizing the significance of peer influence and relatability in engaging young individuals. Through this initiative, adolescents are encouraged to participate actively in a variety of fun outdoor activities, fostering a sense of camaraderie and bonding within the community.

Sharing Stories of Exploration:

The heart of this initiative lies in the power of storytelling. By showcasing testimonials and stories from adolescents who have experienced the joy of cycling and engaging in outdoor activities, Border Youth on Bikes and Podcast aims to ignite a passion for exploration and healthy living among its audience. These inspiring narratives provide relatable role models for young individuals, encouraging them to step out of their comfort zones and embark on their own outdoor adventures.

Invitations to Connect:

To further nurture this spirit of adventure, the program extends a special invitation to join various outdoor activities every week through social media platforms. Whether it’s a bike ride through the scenic trails of Monte Carlo and Anza or kayaking in the breathtaking waters of Patagonia, Peña Blanca, or Parker Canyon Lake, there are countless opportunities for our youth to connect with nature and embrace the great outdoors.

Promoting Physical and Mental Well-Being:

Research consistently shows that physical exercise plays a pivotal role in reducing mental health problems. Border Youth on Bikes and Podcast recognizes the positive impact that outdoor activities can have on overall well-being, making it a powerful tool in combating the challenges faced by today’s youth.

Giving Youth a Voice:

Beyond promoting physical activity, this program provides a platform for youth to share their thoughts, ideas, and experiences freely. By amplifying their voices, Border Youth on Bikes and Podcast empowers young individuals and gives them the opportunity to contribute positively to the community.

Breaking the Stigma:

The initiative also addresses the stigma surrounding mental health issues. By fostering open conversations and promoting mental well-being, it strives to create a supportive environment where seeking help and sharing struggles are viewed as acts of strength and courage.


As we navigate the complexities of modern life, it is crucial to empower our youth with the tools and resources to thrive physically and mentally. Border Youth on Bikes and Podcast serves as a beacon of hope, encouraging young individuals to explore the wonders of our community’s outdoor offerings while embracing the power of storytelling and connection. Through this initiative, we hope to build a more resilient and compassionate community, where our youth can blossom into confident, healthy, and engaged individuals.

This program is brought to you tanks to collaboration of Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona Community and the Thriving Community Grant and We Love Nogales.

For more information of this and other programs please contact us at (520) 257-7755