Hey Ryan!

B!KE @ Trent is a small student-run workshop on campus at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. We just opened for limited hours this September and are excited to see that despite limited advertising we have had students coming to use our nearly fully-equipped shop space. B!KE @ Trent is a satellite shop for B!KE: The Community Cycling Hub which operates in downtown Peterborough. Both shops are non-for-profit, membership-based spaces where anyone in the community can come in and work on their bike. B!KE was originally started by Trent students in 2006 and has grown out of church basements into the two shops that we currently occupy. In the off season we run educational workshops on bicycle repair and work on bicycle-related advocacy in the local community.

As we just opened our shop on campus, I was curious to see if anyone has any ideas as to how to advertise to a campus community.



On 12-10-24 12:21 PM, Ryan Feller wrote:
Hello Think Tank,

I am assembling a list of student/university bike collectives and advocacy groups, hoping that by organizing and learning from each other and from outside experts, we can multiply our efforts to increase bicycle use.

Does anyone know of any bicycling-related student groups, or individual students with an interest in bicycle advocacy? I am also interested in environmental and public transit-related groups.

Ryan Feller
Transit and Bicycle Coordinator
New College of Florida '15
(941) 894-4333

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