- 1 Here is a very rough draft of the different workshops, please add your notes and edit the description.
- 2 Communicating in difficult situations
- 3 Worktrade: How to Sell a Bike for No Money
- 4 basic bicycle maintenance
- 5 When and How to Grow
- 6 Safety Workshop and Discussion
- 7 Plays Well with Others
- 8 Earn-a-Bike alternatives with a case study in BBP's Easy Rider program
- 9 Introduction to the Sturmey-Archer AW Hub
- 10 Getting CHICKS ON BIKES
- 11 Ghost Bikes and their impact on the community.
- 12 Bike Trains
- 13 guerrilla art projects
- 14 Where Have All the Women Gone?: Developing a Thriving Women's Collective
- 15 Sew you wanna make a cycling cap?
- 16 Intro to DIY Bike Touring
- 17 Systems thinking workshop with a case study on volunteer/employee burnout
- 18 European DIY bike culture
- 19 What do you do with Magna,etc?
- 20 Hands-Off "Hands-On" Teaching
- 21 More in depth(advanced) bicycle repair/maintenance
- 22 Fostering further growth and co-operation among community bike projects.
- 23 Supporting Cities to Support Cycling
- 24 When is being cool important? The role of hype & duty of substance in bike culture.
- 25 Ladies,Trans, Queer, Femme Programming - Creating a safe space in you bike project
- 26 Teens and Tweens on bikes
- 27 Mechanics, Guided Inquiry, and Language Acquisition for K-12
- 28 Centering Marginalized Communities in Bicycle Spaces
- 29 RUBARB presents: Real Useful Basics About Recreational Bike & Youth Programming Story Circle
- 30 Social Responsibility in Social Media
- 31 Grass Roots Fundraising- It Doesn't Have to be Scary
- 32 Beyond Coercion: Talking Transmisogyny & Femmephobia
- 33 Breaking the Stigmas of Bike Touring in Latin America
- 34 Grant Funding For Community Bike Shops
- 35 Shop Setup - Taming the Chaos
- 36 What is Bike!Bike!?
- 37 human powered machines
- 38 How to hold a 14 week mechanical, teaching skills and diversity training class
- 39 Nola to Angola Presentation
- 40 Bici-Networking: BikeBike NOLA 2013
- 41 Facilitation: A basic workshop for everyone
- 42 Intergenerational Community Building and Group Dynamics
- 43 Best Practices for attracting volunteers, keeping organized & motivated
- 44 bikebike.org
- 45 NOLA Social Ride: Social Cycling in the Crescent City
- 46 Conference Images and Literature
Here is a very rough draft of the different workshops, please add your notes and edit the description.
Communicating in difficult situations
Most of us frequently encounter situations in our shop which challenge our ability to communicate meaningfully and sometimes this can lead to conflict
Worktrade: How to Sell a Bike for No Money
A presentation on how to run a successful Worktrade Program which is mutually beneficial for both patrons and the shop. Worktrade, as it functions
basic bicycle maintenance
this workshop will cover basic bicycle repair skills and how to troubleshoot repair problems.
When and How to Grow
Bike Farm has recently taken the leap of moving and growing. I'm wondering how other collectives who have grown deal with the changes.
Safety Workshop and Discussion
For the first part of this workshop I will talk about how we promote safety on Aids/LifeCycle. With nearly 2500 bicyclist riding from San Francisco
Plays Well with Others
Bike collectives subvert culture! Yet we too evolve.
Earn-a-Bike alternatives with a case study in BBP's Easy Rider program
This year the Boise Bicycle Project initiated a pilot program to try to meet the demand for commuter bikes for people in situations of financial ha
Introduction to the Sturmey-Archer AW Hub
Lots of old three speed bikes roll into our co-op needing attention and not ==
Getting CHICKS ON BIKES
Bikes are for boys. Girls can't ride. Girls can't wrench. Girls are clueless. You're not wearing the right thing.
Ghost Bikes and their impact on the community.
The very need for ghost bikes to exist is a terrible thing, yet they do. I lead the Ghost Bike collective on my hometown, Guadalajara, México.
Presentation on LA Bike Trains & introduction to the history & future of Bike Train projects.
guerrilla art projects
Art is communication: and art is more than branding & logos.
Where Have All the Women Gone?: Developing a Thriving Women's Collective
What motivates a group of women and women identified folks to get together and do something radical?
Sew you wanna make a cycling cap?
Lets go over some really simple steps for you to get some DIY style on the top of your noggin!
Intro to DIY Bike Touring
To demistify and democratize access to bike touring, a presentation of various DIY Bike Touring mechanics and techniques.
Systems thinking workshop with a case study on volunteer/employee burnout
SummaryA workshop on systems thinking with a case study on volunteer/employee burnout and how we applied systems thinking at the Collective. Our fo
European DIY bike culture
Ciemmona, Velorution, Bikewars, Criticona, Cyclocamp - what's going on in Europe?
What do you do with Magna,etc?
A discussion about what to do with all the department store bikes that have several basic faults, lack of grease, planned obselescense of mechanica
Hands-Off "Hands-On" Teaching
One of the struggles faced by those running (working or volunteering in) a Do-It Yourself mechanical space is finding the skills to explain HOW to
More in depth(advanced) bicycle repair/maintenance
this workshop will focus on the more advanced bicycle repair and maintenance. bearing overhaul, wheel truing, frame/fork alignment issues, etc.
Fostering further growth and co-operation among community bike projects.
In this panel discussion we'll discuss the ways that co-operation and mutual support between community bike projects has been effective and ways in
Supporting Cities to Support Cycling
What should bike related organizations do to make it easy for local government to support it's mission and goals?
When is being cool important? The role of hype & duty of substance in bike culture.
This will focus on: talking about when it's important to spend money on a bike, how organizations can present themselves best to their communities
Ladies,Trans, Queer, Femme Programming - Creating a safe space in you bike project
A lot of bike shops are aggresive male dominated spaces.
Teens and Tweens on bikes
This will be a guided discussion on how to empower teens and tweens to ride and maintain their own bikes. What attracts young people to biking?
Mechanics, Guided Inquiry, and Language Acquisition for K-12
Discussions and demonstrations on integrating bike mechanics in the classroom or other education-related settings.
Centering Marginalized Communities in Bicycle Spaces
In mainstream cycling culture we're often inundated with images of white, adult, lean, male-bodied, hetero-normative people ridin
RUBARB presents: Real Useful Basics About Recreational Bike & Youth Programming Story Circle
format: discussionRUBARB presents: Real Useful Basics About Recreational Bike & Youth Programming Story CircleJoin RUBARB staff to share storie
Social Responsibility in Social Media
This roundtable discussion is an opportunity to share best practices to manage your website and social media sites.
Grass Roots Fundraising- It Doesn't Have to be Scary
Does fundraising scare you? Do you hate “asking for money”? Aids/LifeCycle is the largest fundraising event in the country but we do not do it al
Beyond Coercion: Talking Transmisogyny & Femmephobia
Beyond Coercion: Talking Transmisogyny & Femmephobia with Cordelia Nailong & Ace Falcor is an informal discussion of transmisogyny and femm
Breaking the Stigmas of Bike Touring in Latin America
Grant Funding For Community Bike Shops
Shop Setup - Taming the Chaos
Community bike shops are often bustling with activity, filled with tools, bikes and parts. Things can quickly get out of control due to any number of reasons. This session focused on how we can set up our shop spaces to create welcoming spaces that serve our missions.
Here is the PDF 180MB http://communitycycles.org/scratch/Bike!Bike!2013.pdf
Presented by Rich Points from Community Cycles in Boulder Colorado.
What is Bike!Bike!?
Is Bike!Bike! a conference, organization, festival, week-long party? Who runs Bike!Bike!? How do decisions get made?
human powered machines
an introduction to the use of pedal power.
How to hold a 14 week mechanical, teaching skills and diversity training class
Currently we offer the class mostly free to our volunteers in exchange for a certain commitment to volunteering.
Nola to Angola Presentation
Nola to Angola is a mile bike ride fundraiser established to support a free bus service that provides rides for people in New Orleans to visit
Bici-Networking: BikeBike NOLA 2013
Presentation Style: Working Table Discussion
What we want/Que queremos
Exchange of ideas and experience/Intercambio de ideas y experiencia
Cultural “competency”/ "competencia cultural"
Resources for language acquisition/recursos para la adquisición del lenguaje
Multilingual diagrams/diagramas multilingües
Inspiration for horizontal models of organizing/ La inspiración para los modelos horizontales de la organización
Sharing design ideas/Compartir ideas de diseño
How to reach people who aren’t just like us/Cómo llegar a las personas que no son como nosotros
Maps to locate exchange possibilities/Mapas para localizar posibilidades de intercambio
Language barriers/Las barreras del idioma
Regional differences/Las diferencias regionales
Border restrictions/restricciones fronterizas
Shipping restrictions/Restricciones del envio
Legal regulations/Disposiciones legales
How we do it? (Tools and Ideas)/¿Cómo lo hacemos? (Herramientas e ideas)
Focus on similarities, leave ego/Centrarse en las similitudes, deje ego
Access to tools and products to be shared/Acceso y distribución de herramientas y productos
Working Bikes/Paul – for info on shipping bikes/ para obtener información sobre el envío de las bicis
Share Operational Manuals/Comparte Manuales de Operaciones
Bike-tour guide (facebook.com/pages/Raices-Roots-Ridas) / Guía de Bike-Tour
Bikes across the borders (Jan 3rd, Austin, Tx ?) / Bicicletas a través de las fronteras
Village Bicycle Project
Bicycle for Humanity
Tech support – Godwin and BikeBike.org tech team / Soporte técnico - Godwin y el equipo de tecnología BikeBike.org
To Do List/Para hacer
Website specific to this networking/Sitio web específico para esta red
Map of collectives seeking volunteers/exchanges/ Mapa de los colectivos que buscan voluntarios / intercambios
Safety tips and honest warning/Consejos de seguridad y de advertencia honesta
Contact list and assistance for immigration requirements for exchange / asistencia a los requisitos de inmigración para el intercambio
Invitation letters/ Las cartas de invitación
Google group/ grupo de Google
Travel resources list/ Lista de recursos para viajar
Check out the bici-congreso Oct.25th-27th in Morelia, Michoacan, MX. www.bicired.org El Congreso Nacional de Ciclismo Urbano
Facilitation: A basic workshop for everyone
Have you ever been in a meeting that was supposedly "facilitated", but appeared to be a boxing match instead? Do you often bang your head against
Intergenerational Community Building and Group Dynamics
Are you interested in taking your collective to the next level? Do you want your bike space to be more than just a shop? Are you located in a com
Best Practices for attracting volunteers, keeping organized & motivated
The not-so-secret trick to growing and maintaining a vibrant healthy organization is keeping volunteers engaged and rewarded.
This presentation and discussion will contain some technical details but will be aimed at a general audience, most of the workshop will not focus on
NOLA Social Ride: Social Cycling in the Crescent City
NOLA Social Ride will discuss it's organization, its intent and operation and how it came to be, including: - How it started-
Conference Images and Literature
Here is the link to the drop box folder for all these docs. Dropbox Folder