Bicicultures partner Adonia Lugo is on the editorial team for Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation: Biking for All?, a collection released by Routledge this summer. Learn more about the book at her site. Save
We’ve added many new citations to the Bicicultures lit review on the Resources page. It’s broken into four sections: What Does Biking Mean? Multiple meanings of bicycling exist, and understanding the contours of the bike group you are studying can start with learning what role culture plays in accessing bicycling. Social Networks Bicycle users often … More Updated Literature Review
Next week will be the 93rd annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board in Washington, DC. Bicicultures co-founder Adonia Lugo is now living in DC, where she works for the League of American Bicyclists. The two groups are teaming up to invite researchers to join us on Tuesday night. We’ll be at Kramerbooks & Afterwords … More Bicicultures at TRB
Session I: Is There a Bicycle Culture? Speakers: Chris Carlsson, Luis Vivanco, and Kevin Wehr April 16, 2013 10:45 am This week, we’ll be posting about our Davis symposium panelists, starting with the opening session, “Is There a Bicycle Culture?” (Spoiler alert: there are many bike cultures.) To begin the conversation about bicycling and culture, … More Davis Symposium Session I: Is There a Bicycle Culture?
We’ve finalized our lineup of 18 researchers and advocates who will be speaking at the Bicicultures Roadshow bike conference April 16-17 at the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame in Davis, California. Click here to see the schedule. The symposium is open to the public. Registration will be open until Monday, April 8. For the next … More Announcing the Bicicultures Roadshow Davis Symposium Schedule