A few weeks ago I was in Las Vegas for Interbike, focused on the mass commercialization of bicycling (meh) and spent last week in New Orleans ( <3 NOLA!) for bike!bike! the indie non-conference mainly focused on bike co-ops. Next month I’ll be in the bay area for the CalBike summit. I’ve just finished giving 7 (!!) talks on things from working with non-profits, city agencies and community outreach to branding, bike trains, illegal activist art and getting more women on bikes. In other words, it’s been exhausting, rewarding and revolutionary.
And I want to share it with you!
So please be patient (and encouraging!) while I bring all these things together, collect images and links. If you’ve got a few dollars, donate me some coffee (or better yet – New Orleans DAIQUIRI) dollars.
Here’s what’s coming up:
- Guerrilla Bike Art: History & Techniques
- Supporting Cities to Support Cycling
- Bike Trains & Bike Caravans in “Car Orientated Cities”
- The Real Secret to Getting Women on Bikes