Webinar - Shift into Gear: A Bicycling Advocacy Resource

Thursday, April 29, 2021, 2:00pm - 3:15pm  
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Shift into Gear®: A Bicycling Advocacy Resource


Shift into Gear helps effectively advocate for the many benefits of biking so that various stakeholders can utilize this resource to champion their biking efforts. Research shows there are many positive effects of bicycling in terms of health and fitness, cognitive, mental health and well-being, socioeconomic impacts, and even transportation and environmental impacts. 

The session also highlights planning and design considerations including how building a network is key to the development of more and safer biking areas. The session also offers funding resources, ways to promote bike-friendly communities, and an array of case studies in the subject matter. 

Join architects, engineers and recreation and park professionals for a complimentary professional development webinar.


Our partnership with 8 80 Cities along with the input of bicycling advocates, professionals, and champions in the field across a variety of communities has resulted in Shift into Gear®: A Bicycling Advocacy Resource. This comprehensive guidebook reviews the overwhelming positive research showing the benefits of bicycle friendly communities and their effect on building clean, equitable, healthy transportation options. From making the case to planning and design, to promotion and policy, the guidebook can help communities support, plan, and execute meaningful cycling infrastructure. Case Studies are included to share stories of success

Click here to request a free version of the program.

Join us for the live event and earn a CEU.



Guest Speakers


Amanda O'Rourke
Executive Director
8 80 Cities
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Inés Palacios, PhD
CORE Training & Professional Development
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The instructor of this learning event is employed by PlayCore and discloses interest in participants partnering with PlayCore on their play and recreation initiatives.