The conference will focus on leadership and development across three immersive tracks:
Building a welcoming culture within the bike industry and community and having the tough conversations that get us there.
The post-pandemic reimagining of manufacturing and assembly based in the U.S. and fostering breakthrough innovation.
What it really means for our industry and the steps we need to take to create a greener and healthier future.
Towns are the heart of America, and there’s a new American town on the map. It’s a town with a big heart and even bigger ambition. A town where modern progress meets rich history, where the arts meet innovation and where companies meet communities. A town to visit, to see, to breathe and to discover. — a new American town.
PeopleForBikes has a limited number of discounted rooms at the 21c Museum Hotel Bentonville. Questions? Call Carrie Dudek at 479-286-6514 and mention SHIFT‘22 to secure your discounted rate.
Celebrating diversity through our regional partners:
All Bikes Welcome: Providing free outdoor programming in the Northwest Arkansas community with the goal of increasing racial and gender diversity.
All Bodies on Bikes: Educating and changing the industry to create a body size inclusive community, ensure access to safe and comfortable biking equipment and celebrate joyful movement on a bicycle.
Trailblazers: Leading the development of an innovative regional recreation and transportation movement that places trails, cycling and active transportation infrastructure at the core of an inclusive, vibrant and healthy culture.
Arkansas Latinas en Bici: Promoting cycling, health, culture, diversity and inclusion among multicultural communities.
Bike.POC: Creating intentional spaces for BIPOC and other marginalized people to explore cycling in Northwest Arkansas.