The Annual Women & Non-Binary Bike Summit
The WMNBikePGH Summit is a fun, one-day event featuring a mix of educational and hands-on workshops on-bicycle adventures, bike maintenance, and skill building activities to boost bicyclists’ confidence and encourage women and non-binary representation in cycling. Our goal is to empower trans and cis women, non-binary, genderqueer, agender and gender variant people of all ages and abilities to feel comfortable and confident riding bikes around the city. Together, we can learn from and uplift each other to build a more connected and inclusive cycling community.
Save the date for our 10th Annual Women & Non-Binary Bike Summit October 7th, 2023
Check back soon for details on our 10/7/2023 Women & Non-Binary Bike Summit, and in the meantime, sign up for our newsletter so you can stay up-to-date on the rest of the fun we have planned for the year!
📍 2023 Summit Location – TBA
🗒️ 2023 Schedule & Session Descriptions – TBA
♿️ Accessibility & Venue Information – TBA
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-325-4334 with any questions.
😷 Health & Safety
We ask that all attendees of the WMNBikePGH Summit have their Covid-19 Vaccination card present or a negative Covid result from the past 48 hours. Masking policies will be updated closer to the date of the event.
BikePGH’s Women and Non-Binary Program is inclusive of trans and cis women, intersex people, non-binary, genderqueer, agender and gender variant folks, as well as those whose gender identity falls outside of the dominant conceptions of gender. The program encourages conversation and provides spaces to come together over biking, advocacy and related topics while increasing representation of people who have historically marginalized gender identities.
We aim to create a safe space where people can speak and move freely expressing themselves authentically without added fear of microaggressions and discrimination due to gender and expression.
By opening the discussion about our lived experiences and challenges, we can assess how to better provide support and resources to ride bikes and increase mobility in Pittsburgh