Hamzat Sani (he/him) has played a pivotal role in shifting the consciousness of, inspiring, and even building spaces and resources at the intersection of culture, cycling, and community building. He is a writer, advisor, and experienced leader. You can find his written work in the Afro-American newspaper, Washington City Paper, equity work across the cycling and planning community at a national and local scale, and in his community not only in cycling but fashion, style, art, and culture. His breadth of knowledge and expertise has helped highlight inequities in and bring needed changes to organizational leadership, resource distribution, cultural competency, and structural racism. This extends to addressing the needs within spaces that include or aspire to include black people and people of color long before this moment and elevation the ongoing movements. His transportation journey started at the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition bridging the divide between established African American communities and cycling advocates. He is a co-founder of Red Bike and Green Atlanta alongside Zahra Alabanza and founded the Equity Initiative at the League of American Bicyclists. Outside of advocacy work he has run bike businesses locally with BicycleSPACE in DC and Rapha globally. Hamzat currently enjoys playing with bikes and running a black-owned business in the remnants of DC’s Chocolate City.