Women & Bicycles – Planning Your Route Webinar

Whether it’s the warmer weather and the desire to explore new places or going back to work and the need to adopt new travel habits, you might be wondering how to get from point A to point B. Join us on Saturday, June 12th at 12:00PM for an encore of the previously hosted Women & Bicycles Planning Your Route webinar where we’ll show you resources for how to plan your route.

We acknowledge that a “safe” route means different things for different people and is often connected to one’s race/ethnicity, gender, and other identities. That’s why we’ll be focusing on how to get from place to place by offering a variety of resources that filter for common concerns such as elevation, duration, and type of path. And while we won’t have time to give specific route recommendations for everyone, we do invite people to come with general questions and tips about how to get around and plan your route. Click the registration button to register for this free Zoom event and share it with your friends!

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If you’re unable to join us for the event, here are the Google Slides from the presentation that you can review on your own time.

Note – This event is a part of WABA’s Women & Bicycles program and is only open to those who identify as woman/trans/femme. If that’s not you, we have plenty of other events you should check out at waba.org/fun. Know someone who should come? Please share this event with them! There will be English captioning. If you need accommodations or have questions about access or the event, send us an email at patricia.miguel@waba.org

Women & Bicycles – Planning Your Route Webinar

Whether it’s the warmer weather and the desire to explore new places or going back to work and the need to adopt new travel habits, you might be wondering how to get from point A to point B. Join us on Tuesday, April 20th at 6:00PM for a webinar where we’ll show you resources for how to plan your route.

We acknowledge that a “safe” route means different things for different people and is often connected to one’s race/ethnicity, gender, and other identities. That’s why we’ll be focusing on how to get from place to place by offering a variety of resources that filter for common concerns such as elevation, duration, and type of path. And while we won’t have time to give specific route recommendations for everyone, we do invite people to come with general questions and tips about how to get around and plan your route. Click the registration button to register for this free Zoom event and share it with your friends!

Register 

Note – This event is a part of WABA’s Women & Bicycles program and is only open to those who identify as woman/trans/femme. If that’s not you, we have plenty of other events you should check out at waba.org/fun. Know someone who should come? Please share this event with them! There will be English captioning. If you need accommodations or have questions about access or the event, send us an email at patricia.miguel@waba.org

Women & Bicycles Winter Riding Webinar

Snow-covered Arlington trail (Photo credit: Raymond Crew)

Riding during the winter doesn’t have to be miserable. In this webinar Patricia, WABA’s Community Outreach Coordinator, will share tips on how to stay warm, visible, and ride on through the wintery conditions. There will also be time to ask questions and share your own experiences – so be sure to tune in Thursday, December 10th from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM. Click the registration button below to head to Zoom to register for this free event and share it with your friends!

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*By attending this event you must agree to be held accountable to the guidelines outlined in the Code of Conduct.

Note – This event is apart of WABA’s Women & Bicycles program and is only open to those who identify as woman/trans/femme. If that’s not you, we have plenty of other events you should check out at waba.org/fun. Know someone who should come? Please share this event with them! 


If you need accommodations, have questions about access or the event, send us an email at patricia.miguel@waba.org.

*** Couldn’t make the event? No problem, here are the slides from the presentation!

Can We Talk?: “When Street Design Leaves Some People Behind”

Note: This event is part of our Women & Bicycles program and only open to folks who identify as women, trans, or femme.

Join us for a conversation where we think critically about the intersectionality of gender, race, class, transportation justice, and bikes. Please come having read the article and ready to discuss and listen to new perspectives. These conversations are held to spark new ideas, raise questions, and learn from each other.

In this week’s Can We Talk? we’ll be reading and discussing When Street Design Leaves Some People Behind from John Surcio at CityLab.

Join us for a casual article chat via Zoom. You are welcome to join with or without video. Have questions about access, or have questions about the event? Send us an email at outreach@waba.org.

Hosted by Patricia Miguel, WABA’s Community Outreach Coordinator.