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, and other volunteers! If you want to help, please email email@example.com.
Registration will be open from
Saturday, May 15 ??? through Saturday, September 4 2021 ???.
Workshops and Discussions
Once registration opens on
May 15 ???, you can propose workshops by registering here on www.bikebike.org. (After you sign up to attend Bike!Bike! Everywhere! 2021 you will be invited to list a workshop.)
Check out the Guide to Facilitating Bike!Bike! activities.
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
What to Bring
Please consider eating before attending. Well-fed people are more forgiving! Consider also getting some fresh air and exercise, if possible!
We need help with:
- translation, interpretation, and language justice
- technical support
- data entry
- social media
- and more!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested! Consider including:
- the language(s) you feel comfortable communicating in (speaking/reading/writing)
- the ways you would like to collaborate/contribute
- any ways you would like to be supported as we work together!
Translation & Language Justice
This is an international conference - more than ever because it is online! We will add more information about translation, interpretation, and language justice as it becomes available.
Language justice is based in the idea that everyone has the right to communicate in the language in which we feel most comfortable, to understand and to be understood. Language justice is a shared commitment to creating bilingual/multilingual spaces where no language dominates over any other. We can use tools such as interpretation, the practice of a language being transferred into another language verbally/signed, and translation, the practice of a language being transferred into another language written, to build language justice.