[TheThinkTank] first contact

Angel York aniola at gmail.com
Tue May 26 15:35:03 PDT 2015


there's a BAZILLION in france.  you want to be looking for atelliers.
there's a map linked from the bike collectives wiki page of community bike
organizations.

On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 3:29 PM, La Bikery <labikery at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Roman!
>
> I'm working for a co-op in New Brunswick, Canada, and actually thinking of
> doing a small tour or Ireland/France/UK and Netherlands instead of BikeBike
> this year! Is there just the one collective in Lyon, or are there
> cooperatives/collectives in France that I should absolutely go talk to
> someone about how things work?
>
> Let me know, and feel free to contact me at labikery at gmail.ca as well!
>
> Thanks,
> Mallory
>
>
>
>
> *Coopérative La Bikery Co-operative*
> *Centre de vélo communautaire *
> *Community Bicycle Centre*
>
>
> *120 boul. Assomption blvd,*
> * Moncton NB*
>
>
> *Jeudis: 17 h à 20 h *
> * Thursdays:  5 pm - 8 pm*
> *Samedis: 11 h à 14 h*
> *        Saturdays: 11 pm - 2 pm*
>
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> On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 11:44 PM, BIKERS <bikers.insalyon at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Thanks Ariel,
>> The verb for write is "ecrire, you're right !
>>
>> for the documentation, I suggest that you take a look on our wiki and
>> website ( in french but google translate does it well ).
>>
>> How does a typical US co-op looks like ?
>>  In France they mostly are NGOs run by volunteers and the big ones have
>> one or more employees...
>>
>> Roman, Les Bikers
>>
>> 2015-05-11 11:35 GMT+08:00 Ariel C <ariel.climer at gmail.com>:
>>
>>> Merci pour nous ecrir... Did I say that right? I forget the verb for
>>> "write". Welcome! Yeah! I love international collaboration! Thanks for
>>> sharing your information with us. Especially if you have resources of
>>> photos or diagrams that are better than ours or anything we lack, we would
>>> love to see that. We can always change the words on the diagrams. Hope all
>>> is well over there!
>>> -Ariel from Los Angeles
>>>
>>>
>>> On Sunday, May 10, 2015, BIKERS <bikers.insalyon at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi Guys,
>>>>
>>>> I am a new subscriber to this list from France.
>>>>
>>>> I participate in a student bike co-op in Lyon ( we call them "atelier
>>>> velo associatif et solidaire") and just discovered that the american
>>>> network was allready well-structured.
>>>>
>>>> In France we have a similar network:
>>>> association => https://www.heureux-cyclage.org/ (about 120 co-ops)
>>>> wiki => https://www.heureux-cyclage.org/
>>>> and map: https://www.heureux-cyclage.org/
>>>>
>>>> When I found the Bike collectives website I noticed that none of the
>>>> american workshops was on our map and vice-versa, maybe it is time that we
>>>> all work together :)
>>>>
>>>> I am really interested about BikeBike but Guadalajara is a bit
>>>> expensive to reach from the old continent !
>>>>
>>>> Roman @ Les Bikers
>>>> https://www.heureux-cyclage.org/
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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