The world around us is shifting quickly, and we want to make sure that our team here at WABA is working to address the bicycling-related challenges you are facing right now.
We’ll take a few minutes to talk about what WABA is currently working on, but we want to spend most of this time hearing from you. Are you riding? What’s working? What’s not? Where can WABA help?
Even if you’re not able to join us on Thursday, please take a moment to fill out this quick survey about walking and biking during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us for a casual article chat. No preparation required, just read the article and come talk.
We’ll be reading and discussing Bike Advocacy’s Blind Spot, from Tanvi Misra at Citylab.
Hosted by Patricia Miguel, WABA’s Community Outreach Coordinator.
Note: This event is part of our Women & Bicycles program and only open to folks who identify as women, trans, or femme.
Click here to join the meetup or dial in at (786) 373-3161 and use PIN: 124 716 515#
Ready to dust the cobwebs off that old ten-speed go for a ride?
Jeff and Trey will walk you through checking out your bike and making sure it’s safe to take out for a ride, and answer any other questions you have about getting out on two wheels.
Hosted by Jeff Wetzel, WABA’s Youth and Family Education Coordinator, and Trey Robinson, DC Bike Ambassador Coordinator.
This is live chat. Expect the occasional awkward silence or greasy fingerprint on the camera lens. It’s OK!
Add to your calendar by clicking here.
Join the meetup by clicking here or dialing in from your phone: (650) 781-0667 using PIN: 636 315 722#
See you on the internet!
Brew yourself a cup of coffee or tea and come hang out on the internet with us for a bit.
We can’t meet up on the trail, but we can still drink coffee and talk bikes!
We’ll use Google Meetings for the meet up. You can RSVP here.
If you want to join by phone, you can do that too (though we won’t be able to see you, obviously). The call in number is (435)-708-1319 and the conference PIN is: 163 595 108#.