Eva Rupert recently stopped by The R2 Studio for a motorcycle photography session! You may recognize her from her appearance on The Discovery Channel’s “Naked and Afraid“, where she braved the wilderness in Madagascar for three weeks. Or, if you’re from Flagstaff, Arizona, chances are you’ve seen her around town.
Eva has spent much of her time in Flagstaff building up the local community. She’s worked at a local brewery, as a tattoo artist, and has co-founded a non-profit organization. No surprise that the non-profit, “Tiny Bikes: Big Change”, incorporates motorcycles in order to drive awareness and change for the causes she supports. Whatever the charitable cause may be, Eva and her crew have traveled cross country on small, vintage motorcycles. Eva explains, “Anyone can ride 400 miles on a big bike in a day. That same distance on a tiny motorcycle is an adventure and an accomplishment. When you can combine an adventure with a good cause, even better!”
We couldn’t think of a more perfect person to take part in this motorcycle photography session, than a woman who works endlessly to support community, adventure, and female empowerment!