Where youth come to bike, learn, and lead
The place where middle and high school youth come to bike, learn, and lead! We’ve been organizing youth programming since 2010 for young people to discover untold or little known history, better understand the importance of conservation, grow in their resilience to challenges and build the confidence to face the challenges head-on.
Every summer the youth in our Spoke’n Revolutions program cycle a tour of close to 700-miles over 2 weeks and study history and environmental education along the route. This year, due to Covid-19, the 2020 tour is going virtual, so all of us, young people and adults, can learn some of the untold history of people of color that we didn’t learn in school during 1-hour lunch sessions. Come to one session or come to all of them!
In the spirit of resiliency we seek to cultivate in our young riders, we’re taking the 2020 bike tour online.
Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor
The youth of the Spoke’n Revolutions program of Triangle Bikeworks
A virtual tour based around the Spoke’n Revolutions program’s planned 2020 cycling route through NC, SC, GA, and FL following the Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor
July 27- July 30 12:30-1:30 PM
Four days of 45 mins historical presentations w/15 mins of Question & Answer period
This year, due to Covid-19, the annual summer tour is going virtual
Public Historian, Researcher
Andre Taylor is the oral historian at the College of William & Mary. The veteran award-winning journalist earned his Master of Arts in Public History from North Carolina State University after earning a Bachelor of Arts in History from NC A&T State University. During his time at NC State, Andre studied the impacts of climate change and sea level rise on the cultural heritage of the Gullah Geechee people.
Public Historian, Artist, Cultural Preservationist
A proud Gullah Geechee native of St. Helena Island, SC, Victoria serves in various capacities, as a public historian and educator, artist and arts advocate, and cultural preservationist. She’s steeped in Reconstruction and Civil Rights Era history and Gullah Geechee culture, in which she was raised and nurtured.
Librarian, Author, Public Historian
Michelle Johnson, author of Sapelo Island’s Hog Hammock, a collection of images from the Georgia Gullah-Geechee community. Michele is a librarian at the College of Coastal Georgia.
James Bullock, A.S.C.A.P writer and publisher, playwright, and tour guide. Bullock is the recipient of the 2006 Interpretive Guide Award from the Castillo de San Marcos, U.S. Park Service. He is also the author of the play Freedom Road. He has been a speaker for the U.S. Army Reserve and Florida National Guard and has led tours and presentations at Fort Mose for various Florida schools and St. Louis Urban League. Bullock is also a re-enactor in the Flight to Freedom Program, National Park Service.
Join us July 27- July 30th for one hour each day or just one day for this unique and first-ever fundraising event for the youth of Triangle Bikeworks where you get to learn right along with them.
We’ll inspire you to discover more untold history. Come learn how Triangle Bikeworks achieve this unique experiential way of learning.
SUGGESTED DONATION OF $10
to support the programs of Triangle Bikeworks.
If you can’t attend but would like to invest in the Triangle Bikeworks’ youth, you can get invested and make a donation.