Washington Bike Summit

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New Mobility



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The 2019 Washington Bike Summit in Olympia, WA on February 11 & 12. The Summit features keynote speakers, breakout sessions, guided workshops, delicious lunches and all-around great opportunities for networking with other folks who share your passion for bikes. With so much to take in, we’re sure you’ll ride away with new-found inspiration, a bunch of new friends and some sweet Summit souvenirs. Registration open.


More and more people are choosing new ways to get around. From micro-mobility to bikeshare and new technologies, we’re highlighting both the growing enthusiasm for mobility solutions and the emerging questions surrounding how to effectively regulate, encourage, and evaluate these differing modes of transportation. With this in mind, we are excited to announce this year’s theme: New Mobility!

Why new mobility?  People in Washington state and beyond are tapping into new mobility. From connecting neighbourhoods by democratizing access, encouraging healthy habits, and sparking technological innovation, here's how governments, communities, businesses, and advocates are using new mobility to bring us closer together.  In addition, we hope to discuss how new mobility affects bicycling. These important and emerging issues have real impacts and potential for people who bike. So join Cascade Bicycle Club and Washington Bikes as we share, connect, and learn at the 2019 Washington Bike Summit.


Call for Speakers

Now closed.  The period to submit a Request for Proposals (RFP) ended on Dec 1st. This conference RFP seeks innovative and educational content related to biking, active transportation, and new mobility around Washington state and beyond.  Share your proposals on: 

  • Emerging technology
  • Engaging new audiences
  • Collecting and evaluating data


2018 Highlights

The 2018 Washington Bike Summit was co-presented by Washington Bikes & Cascade Bicycle Club. The fourth annual Washington State Bike Summit brought together people from different disciplines, backgrounds, and perspectives to learn, share, network, and explore ways we can grow and improve bicycling for all.

Lunchtime at the Summit 

Cascade Bicycle Club at the Summit

Oboi Reed at community bike ride

Oboi Reed and Olga Lucia Herrera

four friends at the WA Bike Summit

Who does your registration fee support?

Your registration to the Washington Bike Summit makes Washington a better place for people riding bikes:

  • You are championing better and safer bicycle infrastructure.
  • You are providing bicycle education programs for children, families, school groups and everyone else who wants to ride a bike.
  • You are empowering youth from diverse communities through the Major Taylor Project.
  • You are making it possible for Cascade to offer over 2,500 free group rides every year.
  • Ultimately, you are getting more people on bikes.

Up next: Program for the 2018 Washington Bike Summit