Washington Bike, Walk, Roll Summit
Washington Bike, Walk, and Roll Summit
2021 Washington Bike, Walk, and Roll
Join us virtually this September!
We are now accepting proposals for the 2021 Washington Bike, Walk, Roll Summit. The Summit will take place virtually September 27 - October 1, 2021, and the Request for Proposals is open until Friday, July 2, 2021. This year we are centering conversations of intersectionality; connecting issues of climate, public health, race, transportation, and more to discuss how we build and rebuild equitable, sustainable, and healthy places in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Only complete proposals will be considered for acceptance, and final presentations must include accessible formats of information, i.e. descriptions of visual content. If we receive multple proposals on the same topic, we reserve the right to merge proposals. If you have any questions please email Tamar Shuhendler at email@example.com.
Registration is required to access details on how to join us virtually.
2020 Summit focus and naming change:
The Washington Bike Summit is now the Washington Bike, Walk, and Roll Summit presented by Amazon. We’ve renamed the summit to reflect a big goal: to create a space where advocates and professionals discuss and advance the often overlapping but sometimes distinct and different needs of people who bike, walk and roll.
We believe this change is crucial in building a just transportation system, and inclusive advocacy movement across the state. We want to harness the intersectional planning, advocacy, and education for all types of active users to realize a transportation system that works for all – regardless of how we get around.
Becoming the Bike, Walk, Roll Summit marks an evolution and a goal, and one we might not achieve in year one. The summit will hopefully serve as the start of a long process of integrating conversations surrounding biking, walking, and rolling. In making this change, we recognize that this summit will not be perfect, and this serves as the first step in a long journey to true intersectional and shared space.
Active transportation advocacy is a space that belongs to all users of active transportation and should be a place in which bicycle, pedestrian, and disability advocates can learn from and share with each other and plan for a future that works for all of us.
Event Fees & Scholarships
Update: September 15, 2020 - Thanks to our generous 2020 sponsors, we can now offer FREE registration for the Washington Bike, Walk, Roll Summit, presented by Amazon. Registration is required.
For more information on partnerships and sponsorships benefiting Washington Bikes an affiliate of the Cascade Bicycle Club, please contact: Connie Stark, Partnership Manager, Office: (206) 620-1255, firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to the event
We will be hosting our panels, keynote addresses, and networking opportunities virtually, and links to these sessions will be shared following registration.
Thank you to our Sponsors