[TheThinkTank] first contact

claire grover clairegro at aol.com
Tue May 26 23:53:12 PDT 2015


Hi there Mallory and everybody, I’ve been enjoying this list for years, and keeping an eye open to pass on the occasional info to the vélorution Paris list, you will find some of our activities here : http://velorution.org/
We are in contact with lots of bike coops, a slowly expanding network in our region.
It would be great to see you in Paris.

Claire
vélorution, Paris

Le 27 mai 2015 à 07:34, BIKERS <bikers.insalyon at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Hello Mallory,
> 
> There are approximately 150 co-ops in France (7 in Lyon), a friend just did this map=> http://antalie.fr/itineraire
> 
> It is a bike itinerary calculated by using the travelling salesman problem algorithm to go visit every bike co-op of France. He will be travelling this way till end of 2015. 
> 
> If you are interested in the co-op network, ask me for contacts
> 
> if you want to meet the tough activists guys "velorution" they are mainly based in Toulouse and Paris
> 
> hope I helped you,
> 
> Roman
> 
> 2015-05-27 7:15 GMT+08:00 La Bikery <labikery at gmail.com>:
> Hmmm ok, I'll start researching. I have a free place to stay in Lyon, so that would be a convenient place to visit, too.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
>      
> 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    
>     
> 
> 
> CHECK US OUT BY CLICKING ON THE LINKS ABOVE
> 
> On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 7:35 PM, Angel York <aniola at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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    
>     
> 
> 
> CHECK US OUT BY CLICKING ON THE LINKS ABOVE
> 
> 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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