The Peace Peloton is a casual, no-drop group ride around historically Black neighborhoods and landmarks of Seattle to promote economic reform for Black folks.
Founded by Doc Wilson in 2020, you can read more on their website here: https://www.peacepeloton.com
THAT THING WE DO
Recruit a critical mass of mission aligned change-makers on bikes
Lead a cycling experience through historically Black neighborhoods, landmarks, and points of interest
Support Black-owned businesses at the start, along the way, and at the completion of each ride
Bike Works is a proud supporter and sponsor of Peace Peloton, who are currently in the process of obtaining their own 501c3 nonprofit status. Join us in supporting this movement:
Check: mail checks to, Peace Peloton, 600 1st Ave. Suite 110, Seattle, WA 98104 (make checks payable to Peace Peloton)
Support us in Person: show up to any of our events and visit our ambassador’s table.
Bike Works’ BikeMobile provides free and sliding-scale bike repair service in the community. Because systemic racism and inequality denies resources to members of marginalized communities, the BikeMobile was created to increase access for:
- People from low-income households
- Black, indigenous, people of color
- Immigrants and refugees
- Women, trans, non-binary individuals
- People experiencing homelessness
- People with disabilities
- People dependent on their bike for daily transportation
Does this describe your experience? This service is for you! No questions asked. If you are able, we accept donations at bikeworks.org/donate.
If you can afford to pay for a repair at our bike shop in Columbia City, please make an appointment here.