The humble bike is experiencing a cultural renaissance.
Bike share programs are popping up in cities all over the world from New York to Medellín, city streets are transforming with the addition of painted bike lanes, and boutique bike brands are discovering a new and growing customer base.
In this week’s podcast, we discuss the evolution of bike transportation in the U.S. and beyond.
Guests for this episode: Dani Simmons, who has worked in sustainable transportation in New York City for 11 years and currently serves as the director of communications and government affairs at Motivate (operators of Citibike), the nation’s largest bike share operator; and Dean DiSimone, who went from architect to media executive to owner of Tokyobike New York, which sells well-designed, lightweight bikes based on the concept of Tokyo Slow.
The Skift Podcast is underwritten by FutureCities initiative from MasterCard. Find out more at futurecities.skift.com.