How did unexpected or unplanned events lead you to cycling and where you are now? Were there any random encounters or coincidences in your past that helped to create your love of cycling? Fate was the theme of the first BIKE MINDS virtual event, and storytellers from across Canada were challenged to ponder these questionsContinue reading “Bikes + Fate”
Mar 3, 2020 @ Curbside Cycle, TorontoStory & photos by Robert Zaichkowski. Originally posted on Dandyhorse. The BIKE MINDS storytelling series has covered a wide variety of bike related stories since its inception in 2018 involving themes such as belonging, travel, career, and growth. The storytelling event even launched in Ottawa this past January with a second Ottawa event currently in the works.Continue reading “Bikes + Limits”
How does cycling help people to find and create a sense of community? The March 2019 installment of BIKE MINDS aimed to answer this question.
Despite the snowy weather, it was a full house at Fix Coffee + Bikes for the sixth episode of BIKE MINDS.
January 30, 2019 @ Fix Coffee + Bikes, TorontoStory by Michelle K. Photos by David Keogh. BIKE MINDS kicked off its 2019 storytelling season at Fix Coffee + Bikes with a focus on the impact of traveling on the saddle, unexpected destinations, and the challenges and hurdles overcome along the way. Matteo Zammit Our firstContinue reading “Bikes + Travel”
On August 26th 2018, BIKE MINDS returned to the stage in Toronto, in collaboration with the City of Toronto’s Bike City exhibit, to share stories of transformation.
The Evergreen Brick Works was packed full for the fourth installment of BIKE MINDS, Bikes+Identity.
The stories of the Episode 3 storytellers reminded us of the joy, relationship-building, and exploration that comes with riding a bike.
BIKE MINDS was full of emotion and inspiration at its debut event, Bikes+Belonging, on Jan 21st.