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From Bike Collectives Wiki

There are websites (like this one) and online accounts available to support community bike projects and Bike!Bike! events. Below is a partial list of resources you can take on responsibility for (remembering to keep DEI, language justice, and the community's preferences in the forefront of your maintenance actions).

Hasta que esta página esté completa, consulte el pase de diapositivas de recursos para ¡Bici!¡Bici!¡En todas partes!

Until this page is complete, check the slideshow of resources (link above) for Bike!Bike! Everywhere!

Tech Tools

  • Zoom (expires August 2024) - Contact April
  • - Contact April or
  • Wiki - Contact Angel
  • - Contact to gain admin access.
  • For backend web development & system administration stuff contact Jonathan or, failing that, April




  • (for sending email announcements about Bike!Bike! events - we have promised the people on this list that they won't get emails on other topics, so please use it only for B!B! & B!B!E!)
  • The ThinkTank (email list for general discussion of bike collective stuff)

not lists

  • - (for inquiries about online conferences. For general inquiries, try the community first) Estamos buscando algunas personas mantener esta cuenta. ¡Envia un correo por favor!
  • As of December 2023, you can find the emails of people who are wiki linked on this page by reviewing the Think Tank archives.
  • Not It gets thousands of spam messages daily, something like that. Godwin doesn't recommend trying to salvage it. If you want to reach Godwin, there are better ways.

Meetings and minutes

Social Media

Bilingual communications guidelines for English speakers

This section was copy-pasted from an email that was sent in 2022

  • In Spanish we usually write Bike!Bike! or Bici!Bici! (¡Bicicleta! ¡Bicicleta! is just too long :- )
  • We generally refer to Bike!Bike! and Bike!Bike! Everywhere! as events, not as a collective. (We do have the OpenCollectives account, but that is just to make it easier to collect and distribute funds.) People have suggested forming a big Bike!Bike! collective in the past and received a pretty negative response; some folks really want it to just be about the events.
  • We try to always specify "Bike!Bike! Everywhere!" when talking about the virtual conference ("Bike!Bike!" is reserved for in-person events)
  • I often pull language from emails we have sent or the text of since nearly all of them have Spanish translations by native speakers. (I can write passable Spanish in a pinch with my own Spanish & a little help from google translate or deepl, but I know I sound pretty stilted.) We do also have a process for requesting translations from the skilled bilingual translators, but you have to allow them at least a week to work on it.
  • We have interpreters at the workshops, not translators (translation = written material, interpretation = spoken words)

Open Collective Foundation

Here are a list of services we have access to through OCF. In short, they do money handling.

How we use OCF as of 2023

  • Share income/expenses/savings openly with the community
  • Offer tax write-offs when people donate (this might be a US-limited feature)
  • Reimburse volunteers
  • Use an open-source and community-led platform

Other things you could use the OCF account for

  • Apply for a grant
  • Create mini-grants for your community
  • The newletters they send out are chock full of resources for collectives

See Also