Bike!Bike!Everywhere! 2021

South Pole, Antarctica

November 12 – 14, 2021
Bike!Bike!Everywhere! 2021 poster

Bike!Bike!Everywhere! 2021


UPDATE: The new dates for Bike!Bike! Everywhere! 2021 are Friday, November 12 - Sunday, November 14.

Bike!Bike! is an international get-together where people share experiences and ideas about community bike projects. It is for groups that use the bicycle as an excuse to educate -- to change society, economy and the environment.

The classic Bike!Bike! is normally hosted by a different city each year, over a 4-day period. There are also regional events like Bike!Bike! Northeast or Bike!Bike! Southwest.

Bike!Bike! Everywhere! 2021 is online, so you don't have to bike thousands of miles to get there. Also so we don't spread germs.

You don't have to be an expert or belong to a huge group, you just need to be willing to share what you know about organization, teaching, learning, pandemic management, mechanics, social impact, diversity, equity, inclusion, better access to bicycles or knowledge and social issues in your community or city.

We need translators, interpreters, volunteers, and a volunteer coordinator! If you want to help, please email

Registration will be open through Sunday September 26, 2021.

Sign up to attend Bike!Bike! Everywhere! any time between now and the event. BUT! If you sign up after September 26 we cannot guarantee availability of translated materials or interpretation.

Note: The registration system was not made for online conferences! It will make you answer questions about housing, food, etc. that do not make sense for an online conference. We cannot feed or house you on the internet. (-: Answer however you want to.

UPDATE: The new dates for Bike!Bike! Everywhere! 2021 are Friday, November 12 - Sunday, November 14.

Workshops and Discussions

You can propose workshops by registering here on (After you register to attend Bike!Bike! Everywhere! 2021 you will be invited to list a workshop.)

Check out the Guide to Facilitating Bike!Bike! activities.

You can see past topics at these links: 2019 2018 2017 2015 2013 2012 2011

Topics of interest from the preliminary interest survey are listed here.

When proposing a workshop, include in the notes:
  • Your timezone
  • What time(s) of day you can present/facilitate
  • Expected length (between 30 and 90 minutes)
  • Whether it will be a presentation (you tell people things) or a discussion (you facilitate a conversation where everyone participates)
  • Maximum group size you are comfortable facilitating, if any
  • if your activity is a presentation/discussion/etc., can you confirm experienced interpreters who are comfortable using the zoom remote simultaneous interpretation (rsi) function? Check in with your communities :) If no one is available let us know and we'll look for interpreters

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