Bike collectives, public transit, better urban design, more localism. These are all ways to make better, sustainable cities. Achieve critical mass, and you have the (rev)olution.
Transport should be easy between areas supporting better lifestyles with visibility to those who are still living the dying paradigm: Community gardens/collectively-owned greenhouses <--> social spaces <--> shelter/housing co-ops <--> learning centers (universities and libraries).
Everyone should know that it's the fixed-gear and critical mass (bipedal anarchists) folks who are living the edge here: least parts, least complexity, least weight, least effort of motion. Take it on the bus, subway, less chance of sticking someone with your multi-gear assembly. Suckage.