Sunday, 29 March, 2020

Vicky Clarke

Born and raised in the UK, Vicky began biking as adult as a bike commuter while living in London, where she discovered that cycling was far and away the fastest way to get to and through town. While efficiency brought Vicky to cycling, it’s the unique combination of efficiency, self-empowerment and joy that gets Vicky onto the saddle (almost) every day. Vicky moved to the US in 2008 and joined Cascade in summer 2016, as the East King County Policy Manager. She is a recent graduate of the University of Washington’s Master in Public Administration (MPA) program
It isn’t news that there are gender disparities among people who bike. Reports estimate that women make up between 25-30% of bike commuters, and there’s even less data on trans, femme, and non-binary riders. Data from local advocacy organizations indicates that gender and race disparities persist in bike activism...