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Youth Bike Summit 2014

Youth Bike

Friday, February 14, 2014 at 6:00 PM - Sunday, February 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM (PST)

New York, NY

Youth Bike Summit 2014

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Youth 3 Day Ticket (up to 24 years old) Ended $25.00 $0.00
Adult 3 Day Ticket (25+) Ended $40.00 $0.00
Youth 1 Day Pass Ended $10.00 $0.00
Adult 1 Day Pass Ended $25.00 $0.00
Tabling at the Youth Bike Summit   more info Ended $50.00 $0.00
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The Youth Bike Summit is an annual three-day national conference bringing together educators, advocates, activists, students, teenagers, practitioners, researchers, policy makers, and community leaders to engage around youth, bicycles, education, and advocacy. We bring people together from different disciplines and backgrounds to network, learn, and explore how the bicycle is a catalyst for positive social change. Learn more about the Youth Bike Summit in these videos by Streetfilms.

For more information, please visit www.youthbikesummit.org

YOUTH BIKE SUMMIT PROGRAM 2014

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14TH

- Location: Theresa Lang Center, 55 West 13th St, 2nd Fl

  • 3:00-6:00pm – Sign Painting Workshop
  • 6:00-8:30pm – Welcome Event & Registration

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15TH

 - Keynote Location: 66 W 12th Street

  • 8:30-10:00am – Keynote Presentation & Breakfast*
    • US Olympian Nelson Vails
    • Shem Rajoon
    • Marc Katz
  • 10:15am – Youth Bike Summit Procession – Led by Batala NYC

 - Workshops Location: 6 E 16th Street, 12th Fl

  • 11:00am-12:15pm – Workshop Session I
    • First Aid & Fitness for Cyclists (Woodhull Hospital) Rm 1009
    • Youth, Equity and Bicycle Advocacy (Biking Public Project & League of American Bicyclists)* Rm 1103
    • Girl Scouts on Wheels (Bike Coalition of Greater Philadelphia) Rm 1106
    • Messengers and Urban Cycling as an Action Sport (Affinity Cycles, Shut NYC, Local Youth and Adult Messengers and Advocates) Rm 901
    • Who Are Cyclists? Engaging Pre-Teens and Girls (We Bike NYC, Cascade Bicycle Club) Rm 1200
    • Who’s Who of New York City Bike Education (Bike New York, NYC Department of Transportation, NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, I Challenge Myself, Trips for Kids, and Recycle-A-Bicycle)Rm 1001
  • 11:00am-3:30pm – Youth Bike Maker Spaces
    • Bike Fashion (Parsons & West Town Bikes) Rm 1208
    • Bike Jewelry (Recycle-A-Bicycle) Rm 1205
    • Youth + Bike Zines (Bike Works) Rm 1202
    • Auto-bike-ography (Transportation Alternatives) Rm 1206
    • Screen Printing & Button Making (West Town Bikes) 12th Floor Cafeteria
    • Time Lapse Bike Cam (Parsons) Rm 1204A
    • Soft Circuits (Parsons) Rm 1204B
  • 12:00pm-3:00pm – Political Action Center 12th Floor Open Space
    • Take Action and Make Your Own Campaign (Transportation Alternatives)
  • 12:15pm-1:45pm – Lunch / Tabling / Discussion Space
    • City of Albuquerque’s Esperanza Community bike shop
    • WE Bike NYC
  • 2:00pm-3:15pm – Workshop Session II
    • Cycling, Air Quality, and Asthma (Woodhull Hospital & MIT) Rm 1106
    • Make a bike lane in your neighborhood and into a career! (Alta Planning, Rockaway Waterfront Alliance) Rm 1009
    • Developmental Racing (Youth and Adult BMX riders and USA Cycling) Rm 901
    • FastCash: Raise the Money You Need for Your Awesome Idea in Six Weeks (ioby) Rm 1200
    • The Circuit: Youth Learning by Bike (Rails to Trails)* Rm 1103
    • Getting Started, Partnership, and Growing (Bike New York, NYC Department of Transportation, Groundswell, International High School at Union Square, El Puente Academy Cycling Club, Woodhull Hospital) Rm 1001
    • International Impact: Skype with World Bicycle Forum in Brazil (Bikes Not Bombs) Rm 1618
  • 3:30pm-4:30pm – Workshop Session III
    • Engaging Homeless Youth and Impacting Community (Full Cycle) Rm 1200
    • Engaging Cyclists w/ Disabilities (InTandem) Rm 1107
    • Building a Base! (Bikes Not Bombs) Rm 1106
    • The Power of the Bicycle (Santa Barbara Middle School) Rm 1009
    • Bring Mountain Biking To Your Neighborhood (Trips for Kids, NICA) Rm 913
    • Bike Shop Merchandising on a Budget (Recycle-A-Bicycle) Rm 1001
    • Fundraising 101 (West Town Bikes)* Rm 1103
    • Bike Lanes for ALL! A discussion with teens from East Flatbush, Brooklyn (CAMBA Collegiate Express and the Flatbush Promise Neighborhood) Rm 901
- Film & Fashion Location: University Center, 63 5th Avenue

  • 5:30pm-8:00pm – FILM SCREENINGS & YOUTH BIKE FASHION SHOW
    • Fashion Show organized by Parsons and Girls Bike Club at West Town Bikes
    • Pedal Born Pictures
    • Santa Barbara High School
    • Greenmaps
    • Phoenix Bikes
    • MGR Youth Empowerment

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 16TH

- Location: 6 East 16th Street, 12th Fl

  • 10:00am-2:00pm – Visioning Session & Brunch

 *Marked sessions will be livestreamed at https://new.livestream.com/TheNewSchool

Have questions about Youth Bike Summit 2014? Contact Youth Bike

When & Where



The New School
55 W 13th St
New York, NY 10011

Friday, February 14, 2014 at 6:00 PM - Sunday, February 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM (PST)


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Youth Bike

Youth Bike transforms our local communities and strengthens our national movement by empowering bicycle leaders.

Youth Bike is an organization that embraces the values of the Youth Bike Summit and fosters our work on a national scale. The structure of this new model more accurately reflects the complexity of our growing movement, it's outcomes, and its potential. Youth Bike is a key element in helping to transform the future of national bike advocacy as it takes the necessary steps toward becoming a more accessible, inclusive movement.

Guiding Principles:

- We believe in the capacity of youth to lead
- We believe in the power of the bicycle as a catalyst for positive social change
- We believe in the importance of a diverse, multi-cultural, and equitable movement
- We believe that when youth ride bikes, our communities are healthier and more sustainable
- We believe that sharing and learning together will make each of us stronger
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