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Simply put, Cascade Bicycle Club will not be able to replace Ed Ewing. “We’re not going to be the same without him,” said Cascade’s Executive Director Elizabeth Kiker. And it’s true. Ewing is best known for starting the club’s Major … Continue reading
Seattle’s Josh Cohen has a must-read story out on Next City looking at how too many bike advocacy groups around the U.S. struggle (or even resist) embracing equity as the core of their work. But Cohen also interviews several more … Continue reading
With mini versions of streets, traffic control signs, crosswalks and other elements of a real life street, a traffic garden is a safe and fun place for people (especially kids) to learn and practice the rules of the road. Such … Continue reading
In a great interview with Josh Cohen at The Bicycle Story, Ed Ewing (Cascade Bicycle Club’s Director of Diversity and Inclusion) spells out the awesome and sometimes surprising ways that bicycling can help empower young people in disadvantaged communities to … Continue reading
Ed Ewing is the Director of Cascade Bicycle Club’s Major Taylor Project (or, as the students call it, “Bike Club”). Bike Club aims to bring safe cycling and bike mechanic skills to youth in low-income communities in King County. Ewing … Continue reading