Artist Title Album Label
Evalyn Parry She Ridees
various mobile ice cream jingles On the origins of Dickie Dee ice cream trucks and trikes
Aaron Visser and Amber Potter On B's Bike Bites, and autism
Noam Chomsky PSA for Community Radio
Eli Larsen PSA for Babine Animal Hospital
Eli Larsen PSA for Nature's Pantry
Christine Bruce PSA for Basic Income Guarantee
various mobile ice cream jingles segue into the second half of the episode
Aaron Visser and Amber Potter On the challenges of a mobile ice cream trike, and on how Kingston embraced this business idea
Luther Wright and the Wrongs cover of Pink Floyd's The Wall

B’s Bike Bites is a mobile ice cream business that brings yummy summer treats to neighbourhoods in Kingston, Ontario. And yet, it's so much more than that.

Bailey DiGenova is a 17-year-old non-verbal autistic man who wanted a summer job like his siblings had. His parents—Aaron Visser and Amber Potter—happened to see a used ice cream cart on a local online buy-and-sell page. That led to some modifications in approach and a lot of support from the community.

Bailey’s parents will describe the serendipity of their son's mobile ice cream business, which is opening up all sorts of opportunities for Bailey, and for Kingston!


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