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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 14h
Just heard from another person who bought an thanks to my nudge/question answering. My point: we on should be EXTRA helpful when we detect a glimmer of interest. A link /bit of advice may be ALL it takes (for those who can afford).
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 17h
"Translate public support into political support" - where the kind of influence relations and business/leadership social capital building work I do can be of help. Yes.
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 17h
EXCELLENT resource here, folks. Love this point: "3. Poor Decision-making and Weak Leadership"
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 18h
Stepping into this convo late. I can't emphasize enough the need to get LOUDER about as . Even a fair number of the manufacturers seem to not get this. Let's DO this, community.
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 14h
Yes yes yes, ! I ride in regular clothes 95% of the time. I may dress more stretchily/casuallythan some, but that choice is what allows me to use this incredible form of ! All, by intention.
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 22
Start seeing the beauty and utility of an , people.
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 20
U.S. folks, you really don't need that second car. Really.
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Milinda Martin May 25
I’m joining you in and . Have been riding a lot, as I used too when younger. Love it. Joined my local coalition to advocate for safer streets. As usual, you inspire me.
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 25
Joy, in action, in full bloom. MORE OF THIS, globally, please. people and purposes (including business! ).
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 19
Replying to @KMRalph
Cars are our culture. But, bikes as transportation = a huge opportunity that this pandemic is helping reveal. See bikes (EBikes and eCargoBikes too) FIRST. Sign me,
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 21
I was a big JUMP fan too - always steered Seattle visitors in that direction. If really is committed to providing the incredible pandemic-era utility and RESILIENCE of , I’d be so IN to help them learn to better engage/promote such.
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 19
Fantastic guidelines - thx for the heads up, . Passing the tip forward to my community friends too (i’d love to consult to help with such! )
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 21
It's also more resilient as we know to expect more/bigger natural disasters and pandemics in our future. Start SEEING as , and the beauty of and for all people and purposes. Cars do not cut it moving forward. Also:
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 19
So much clear, breathable air and stunningly blue skies ( in Seattle too). How could the world ever consider returning to our horrible β€œnormal”...?
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Pedal Love May 19
how about a bike? Or are you already on the band wagon? (Fingers crossed :)
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 19
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 22
Point #1 ? - with leadership from incredible folks like in Paris and . Amazing work by is trending, finally! Watch and learn, U.S. and (please!)
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 22
perhaps (hoping hoping), the time IS NOW! and for business!
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Andrea Learned 🌱 🚲 May 19
Replying to @colinmckerrache
Welcome to the for all purposes (including biz) community on . Please keep sharing about your appreciation for them. My aim: to get more biz/city leaders to really see bikes first, then (+ only then) look at . So much potential.
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