Who do we assume is the “typical” cyclist, and where did that assumption come from? How does the assumption about who is the “typical” cyclist affect policy decisions? How do we make sure that bike advocates are representing all those who bike and not just those who show up to the bike advocacy table? What can we do to get more people to show up to that table?
Join us for a Bike Talk and panel discussion to discuss these questions, the sustainability of the bicycle advocacy movement and how to expand beyond our current area of influence. We are lucky to be joined by a knowledgeable lineup of panelists:
If you are biking, there are racks in the underground parking garage (entrance along Florida Street) or you can bring your bike indoors, into the Grotto.