This past year QBP sought outside help to be able to diversify scholarship winners, with an emphasis on women of color and it worked out. This year's winners pool has TRIPLE the number of women of color over last year and nearly 9x as many as the first year of the scholarship. Let's hope this... Continue Reading →
Professional Wrenching Certification Requirement in 2019?
January 5th, 2017 In the Beginning Since the popular use of bicycles began, there have been people wrenching on them. The majority of people begin as self-taught enthusiasts who either made a shop or got hired at a shop. Any education or certification was secondary if at all. The skills built up over years... Continue Reading →
Beige on the Oregon Trail
from 5/1/15 In the course I registered for, there are 3 other scholarship winners out of 5 women in the 16 person class. Most everyone has a different idea they intend to use the knowledge for. Frame building, low income cycling advocacy, family cycling advocacy, mechanic, adapted bicycles for veterans and more. There is a... Continue Reading →