A continuous work-in-progress resource page for the RAR community and allies. Our aim is to co-create a resource that is of, by, and for FTWN-B and BIPOC folks.
If you see something missing or have a resource you would like to add, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bikepacking Essentials List
Essential bikepacking pack list for your next trip. Illustration by Sam Scipio and list created by Ami Puri and Sarah Swallow.
Camp Cooking Recipes
Camp recipes by Teo Ducot and Ester Song presented at the 2019 WTF BX Summit. Artwork by Serena Rio.
FTWN-B Cycling Films Playlist
Watch these cycling films to get inspired to ride and to #shredthepatriarchy.
#BlackTransLivesMatter Actions & Resources for Solidarity
This resource document was a collaborative effort between people who stand in solidarity with Black trans women and wanted to make a difference, and some of the foremost Black trans leaders in community and culture.
Shareable Anti-racism Resource Guide
This anti-racist resource guide was crafted amidst the anger of the latest black body turned hashtag #AhmaudArbery. It is consistently being updated to address the current climate of our country and the personal growth needed to sustain this life-long journey.
A resource for white people and parents to deepen anti-racism work.
Anti-racism for Beginners
A resource list that is a starting point so that you can remove your fears and educate yourself about anti-racism.
A daily newsletter to dismantle white supremacy.
WTF is FTW?
Grease Rag’s explanation of what WTF and FTW mean.
How to be an Ally
An open-source starter guide to help you become a more thoughtful and effective ally.
Dismantle Collective Resources
White supremacy and racism are serious problems in our society that affect us all. In addition to providing a space for conversation, The Dismantle Collective desires to be a starting point for white allies to do the work and engage in analysis, education, and action on anti-racism.
The Anti-Oppression Network
The Anti-Oppression Network is a coalition of individuals, grassroots groups, and community organizations dedicated to grounding our work towards liberation in the principles of decolonization, anti-oppression, and intersectionality.
Allyship Starter Pack
Resources and tools regarding racism and anti-blackness, and how to be a better ally.
Brown Bike Girl
Bicycling advocacy consultant, Courtney Williams, The Brown Bike Girl partners with local government, non-profits, and institutions to increase bicycling access and adoption within communities of color, and bicycling education for all.
A blog about racial equity and its nemesis Fakequity. Some of the posts may veer off towards equity’s siblings and cousins diversity, inclusion, culture, community engagement, accountability, etc. They are all related and we need to understand and think about a lot of different things in order to get towards equity.
In Solidarity Project
Passionate about building a better, stronger, more diverse outdoor industry. In Solidarity works closely with industry partners to sign The Outdoor CEO Diversity Pledge and to facilitate and lead DEI-focused consulting projects and speaking engagements.
As a cancer survivor, para climber, outdoor enthusiast, and diversity, equity, and inclusion professional, she pulls from her lived experience and education to co-create a world where diversity is intersectional and accessible.
Illuminates the interdependence of race, ancestors, health, outdoors, and knowledge to cultivate loving neighborhood ecosystems.
A trans-led organization that provides training and consulting services with an emphasis on trans and queer equity.
Asian Bike Club
AAPI identifying cycling group in Seattle, Washington.
A 501c3 non-profit dedicated to supporting and advancing bikepacking, creating professional routes, advocating for the conservation of lands, and more.
The Black Foxes
Black cycling and outdoors collective all over North America.
Black Girls Do Bike
Black cycling group all over North America.
Friends on Bikes
BIPOC and FTWN-B cycling group in Portland, Seattle, and Toronto.
Greaser Rag Bikes/For Us by Us
FTWN-B and BIPOC cycling group in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Index of Worldwide Community Bicycling Organizations
List of co-ops, bike kitchens and etc.
Los Angeles Bike Academy
L.A.B.A. is a youth education program, community bike shop, and youth cycling team with a mission to empower, educate and develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills in youth between the ages of 8-18 in Los Angeles, California.
Major Taylor Cycling Club
A national cycling club comprised of a diverse group of people with varied cycling experiences. Marshall “Major” Taylor, the first African American cycling champion.
Northstar Cycling Club
A cycling group getting melanated people on bicycles in order to build a beloved community and be the radical, justice-focused conscience of cycling in Seatle, Washington.
O.V.A.S. One, Very, Angry Anti-Authoritarian Squad in Los Angeles, California.
Red Bike and Green
A collective of Black urban cyclists all over North America.
Ride for Racial Justice
A 501c3 non-profit that exists to ensure access to resources, education, and community for BIPOC cyclists.
The Adventure Syndicate
Women’s Ultra-Endurance Race Team in the United Kingdom.
All Mountain Brothers
B•I•P•O•C mountain biking and exploring the world.
BIPOC-WTFNB bike zine. The intersectional feminist radical response to the cycling industry.
Celebrating the cross-section of cyclists of color, access to the outdoors, and the movement to decolonize the land. Based in Huichin – Oakland, California.
Melanin Base Camp
People of Color in the outdoors. Creator of #diversifyoutdoors
Native Women Ride
Native/Indigenous relatives riding with Mother Earth. Protecting all human and more than human relatives.
Pedal 2 the People
Collective of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color moving their lives forward, 2 wheels at a time.
Blogs & Youtube Channels
Media website with bikepacking routes, reviews, and trip reports.
Feels on Wheels
This is a space to support cyclists of all genders, backgrounds, sizes, and abilities.
Pretty Damned Fast
Women’s cycling website with cycling reviews and trip reports.
Media website for a group of individuals who share a love of cycling and the outdoors.
Bags & Softgoods
Bikes & Components
Books & Zines
Back in the Frame
by Jools Walker
Bicycle / Race
by Adonia Lugo
Broken and Coastal Magazine
by Christopher San Augustin
by Christina Torres
Feels on Wheels
by Roxy Robles
What Goes Around: A London Cycle Courier’s Story
by Emily Chappell
Hats & Helmets
Alaska Bike Adventures
Anchorage, Alaska area
Bike and Brunch Tours
Baltimore, MD, Richmond, VA, and Charlotte, N.C. areas
Atlanta, Georgia area
Navajo Nation area
Major Knox Adventures
Washington, D.C. area
A coalition and social media account that promotes diversity in outdoor recreation and conservation.
Connecting cultura y community with the outdoors.
A Native American owned outdoor apparel and media company.
A nonprofit that celebrates and inspires Black connections and leadership in nature.
People for Mobility Justice
Based in Los Angeles, a nonprofit BIPOC collective seeding critical consciousness about mobility justice across all communities.
A conference centering Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in our movements for environmental justice and collective liberation.
A multiracial collective that centers the lived experiences of marginalized communities to address mobility justice and equity.
A diverse outdoor community, hiking group, and podcast for the underrepresented hiker.
Venture Out Project
A nonprofit that facilitates backpacking and wilderness trips for the queer and trans community in North America.