A legacy of disenfranchisement through public and private policy has resulted in people of color (PoC) participating in many aspects of society at lesser rates than their white peers. Yet communities of color stand to gain the most benefits from cycling – From economic empowerment to health, mobility equity, and the simple joy that a bicycle ride can put into everyday life.
Founder, Courtney Williams, launched The Brown Bike Girl in 2016 with the goal of assisting existing and aspiring community stewards expand their capacity to knock down the barriers between communities of color and their access and adoption of the life-changing machine known as the bicycle.
The Brown Bike Girl is available to help as a strategic partner, outreach specialist, project coordinator, or training facilitator in whatever capacity it takes to help facilitate the experiences, discussions, or education needed to get communities of color cycling.
The Brown Bike Girl is an insured and certified NYC M/WBE (Minority and Woman Certified Business Enterprise.)
Visit The Brown Bike Girl services page to get more ideas of what may be the best solution for you.