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PeopleForBikes Announces Keynotes for Upcoming SHIFT‘22 Conference

PeopleForBikes Announces Keynotes for Upcoming SHIFT‘22 Conference

BOULDER, COLO. (September 8, 2022) — PeopleForBikes is excited to announce the keynote presentations for their upcoming SHIFT‘22 conference, taking place October 18-20, 2022, in…

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BOULDER, COLO. (September 8, 2022) — PeopleForBikes is excited to announce the keynote presentations for their upcoming SHIFT‘22 conference, taking place October 18-20, 2022, in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Over the course of three days, SHIFT‘22 participants will have the opportunity to network, attend educational sessions and ride world-class mountain and gravel trails across Northwest Arkansas. The conference is surrounded by a week of can’t-miss cycling events, including UCI World Cup cyclocross races, Outerbike Bentonville and the Big Sugar gravel race, the final leg of the Life Time Grand Prix, featuring 60 of the nation’s top cyclists.

Centered around creating the bike industry we want to see, the conference will feature morning keynotes followed by immersive, afternoon workshop sessions at iconic venues across Bentonville, including the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Coler Mountain Bike Preserve, the Momentary Contemporary Art Museum and 21c Museum Hotel. In addition, daily pre- and post-conference activities and events will allow attendees to connect with fellow industry peers and celebrate all things bicycling. SHIFT‘22 Keynote Presentations

Play Equity: Strengthening Underserved Youth On and Off the Bike Rahsaan Bahati, Founder, Bahati Foundation Championship rider, cycling advocate and industry trailblazer Rahsaan Bahati shares his vision on building strong and healthy communities by focusing on increasing access to opportunities for underserved youth.

From Marginal Gains to a Circular Revolution Erik Bronsvoort, Founder, Circular Cycling The bicycle is a great way to reduce transportation-related emissions, but the bicycle industry is still an industry. To become more sustainable, we need to completely rethink […]

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