[TheThinkTank] Women operated/own shops
kevidwyer at gmail.com
Wed Feb 19 11:54:31 PST 2020
Here are the ones that I am aware of:
The Bike Lady- Salt Lake City, UT
Chili Pepper-Moab, UT
Bingham Cyclery-Salt Lake City, Sandy, Sunset and Ogden, UT
Salt Cycle-Sandy, UT
Spun Bicycles-Cincinnati, OH
Gladys Bikes-Portland, OR
Frontier Bikes-Eudora, KS
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On Feb 18, 2020, at 4:31 PM, Deb Salls <deb at bikeworks.org> wrote:
Free Range Cycles in the Fremont Neighborhood of Seattle is owned by Shawna
Williams and lead mechanic Nikki Mcthewson ( both former Bike Works staff
members and amazing people!!) and before Shawna it was owned for many years
by Kathleen Emry. See this article about their great work in this post
in the Seattle bike blog
Also this post in the Seattle Bike Blog is about a survey about how
comfortable WTFNB folks feel at bike shops
this kind of survey is likely replicable in other cities
she/her pronouns what's this?
*Bike Works promotes the bicycleas a vehicle for change to empoweryouth and
build resilient communities.*
*Bike Shop: *3709 S Ferdinand St, Seattle, WA 98118
*Office, Warehouse & Classrooms: *3715 S Hudson St #111, Seattle, WA 98118
On Tue, Feb 18, 2020 at 3:14 PM Sunny Nestler <programs at bikecoop.ca> wrote:
> Would love for someone to prove me wrong on that last point btw :))
> *Sunny Nestler*, *Programs Manager*
> AMS Bike Co-op + Bike Kitchen
> University of British Columbia
> 604-822-2453 | thebikekitchen.ca <http://thebikekitchen.ca>|
> On Tue, Feb 18, 2020 at 2:44 PM Sunny Nestler <programs at bikecoop.ca>
>> Sidesaddle in Vancouver BC !
>> The Bike Kitchen's program office is also operated by me, a non-dude ✌
>> Also a fun fact, when I was the founder of Bike Saviours Bicycle
>> Collective in Arizona in 2007 there were ZERO non-dude bike mechanics
>> employed anywhere in the entire city of Phoenix.
>> *Sunny Nestler*, *Programs Manager*
>> AMS Bike Co-op + Bike Kitchen
>> University of British Columbia
>> 604-822-2453 | thebikekitchen.ca <http://thebikekitchen.ca>|
>> On Tue, Feb 18, 2020 at 2:42 PM Judith Feist <judith.feist at gmail.com>
>>> Wheelhouse in Detroit.
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> > On Feb 18, 2020, at 5:40 PM, Tigre Bici <bici.uanl at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > Hello everyone!
>>> > So, a question has going on among us.
>>> > Any of you know any bike shops on your city that are owned and/or
>>> operated by/mainly by women?
>>> > Thanks
>>> > R.
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