For the second year Hard Knox Bikes and Bike East Bay are doing a summer workshop series! For femmes, all women and gender variant bike riders! Fix A Flat - July 11th - 6-8p Hands on learning to patch and replace inner tubes! Pre Ride Check - July 25th - 6-8p Learn how to check... 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
Please check out and complete this survey to find out how we can make our workshops better serve the community and offer even more resources. Workshops for the People start with YOU! Click the link ---> https://goo.gl/forms/ype5wFTiTgawXmNg1
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 →
It's almost prime bike riding weather! Don't get stuck off your bike due to a minor issues and avoid accidents from lack of proper maintenance. Learn a brief hands-on overview of Brake, Shifting adjustment and Wheel maintenance (no building) with the remaining classes in this 4-part series. I Can Handle That! Hands-on bicycle maintenance for... Continue Reading →
Have you heard of Lilly Yokoi? Once called the Greatest Bicycle Acrobat. Check her out in this 1965 video and for more information check out: http://www.circopedia.org/Lilly_Yokoi
Our first video! More to come throughout the year. If you are interested in helping star as a mechanic, shoot video or donate music for a future video please contact Binky @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Original Post - http://www.colorlines.com/content/nola-africatown-black-bike-enthusiasts-dream-trek Skip to main content Published by From NOLA to AfricaTown, a Black Bike Enthusiast's Dream Trek To celebrate the self-determination of the Black South, women-owned adventure company Black Freedom Outfitters led a three-day journey from New Orleans to AfricaTown, Alabama. Ride along. I'm Paris Hatcher, a Black queer feminist organizer, strategist—and bike magician. I co-created... Continue Reading →