Tonight (August 19) at 6 p.m., log in to hear Phyllis Porter talk about “her adventures and growth as a bicycle rider and activist including her passion for safe streets for all.”
Porter has been a strong advocate and friend of Seattle Bike Blog for years. She ran for City Council in District 2 last year and has since resumed her work as an organizer and leader for safe streets.
Register for free with Bike Works to get the link. Details:
A talk from Phyllis Porter: Shero of the Seattle Black Girls Do Bike chapter, member of the Rainier Riders Cycling Club, SE Seattle resident, former Bike Works employee, volunteer, Bike Works Racial Equity Taskforce member, Rainier Valley Safe Streets activist, and former candidate for Seattle City Council will talk about her adventures and growth as a bicycle rider and activist including her passion for safe streets for all.
Wednesday, August 19th, 6 – 7 PM.
Q&A to follow presentation.
Register for a link to participate.
Did anybody ever find out where SPD gets their bikes serviced? There are plenty of good bike shops and companies out there. Would rather avoid the ones that contract with SPD.
Given the consistent multi-week lead time to get a service appointment, I would NOT agree with the characterization that there are “plenty” of shops. Unless people have multiple bikes at their disposal, that’s insufficient to support the use of bikes as a primary means of transportation for those without bike mechanic skills & resources.
In “normal” years this would be the case leading up to STP, but in 2020 that seems to be the status quo