This Black History Month, we celebrate the past and present, while planning the future. A special thanks to our Patrons.
A Video Thanks Hard Knox wants to thank all our new Patrons and everyone who continues to support us! It's been an exciting year, but there is much more to come in 2019. This is the last newsletter of 2018! Stay tuned and keep riding (when the air clears in California). For this #GivingTuesday, help out... Continue Reading →
Bicycles are a personal passion of mine. They opened up a world i never thought possible. People ride bikes for many reasons - some shared, others differing. My reason for riding is what propelled my want to help others find their own reasons to ride. Wheels Like Wings v2 Or Why I Ride I... Continue Reading →
Thanks to San Francisco Bicycle Coalition! Check out the video of the panel from January 24, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=11&v=KWPbxqMRyRA
We Ride Too – Black History in the Making (every month) Influential Black Bicycle Professionals, Pioneers, Advocates and Riders Major Taylor One of, if not the, most famous Black cyclist, Major Taylor broke color barriers while still burdened by racism. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_Taylor Kitty Knox Around the same time as Major Taylor... Continue Reading →
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You’re Not Diversifying, You’re Tokenizing: A Message to The Bike Industry The Desperate Need for Authentic Equity in The Bicycle Industry & Why the Bicycling Industry May Never Be Truly Inclusive Inclusion as a Marketing Tactic When companies try to reach out to marginalized communities, what does inclusivity really mean? Over... Continue Reading →
I ride… My bicycle is my car. I ride for transportation. I ride to get places. I don’t race. I don’t ally cat or kitten. I don’t century or week long bike camp. I don’t ride trails. I don’t ride on roads without cars. I can’t afford to ride for fun. I ride to... Continue Reading →