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 →
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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 →
This is what I get for having not-black-shoes. Bike grease, you are a harsh mistress. Plus I love Doc Martens!
One of these bikes is parked correctly on BART, the other is not. Can you tell which is which? Hint: Should a bike take up 5 seats on the BART even if the train isn't packed? I love bikes, but seriously!
-Written by BL Brown Here we offer tips and stories of how to find problems on your bike, to help you have a well maintained bike. You don't have to be a professional mechanic to understand what is happening when something goes wrong, but it's nice to know how serious an issue may be and... 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
Check out the upcoming "I Can Handle That!" hands-on bike mechanic workshop series for women and gender variant folx. A collaboration with Bike East Bay all workshops will be hosted at Spokeland. Registration required for all workshops. First upcoming is the I Can Handle That: Fix a Flat workshop on March 18th. Please click here... Continue Reading →