Pedal Love, Social Media & Storytelling
RSVP required. Space is limited. http://bit.ly/velo-love
Join us for a casual gathering to meet individuals who are interested in biking, whether it’s purely for social reasons, transportation, sport and competition, shopping, health, and everything in between. Chat about the joys of riding a bike and bring your concerns, too. This is an opportunity to discuss hot topics, get ideas for bringing more biking to your neighborhood, and celebrate women who bike.
Two hosts, Maria Sipin (A Healthy Design @ahealthydesign ) from Los Angeles California, and Susan Stokhof (Le Vélo Victoria), will be facilitating discussions and activities at Le Vélo HeadQuarters (HQ), 455 Sitkum Road. Be ready to form social circles, snap photos, and tell or write a brief bike story. We may get a little chatty and crafty.
Maria Sipin is a health care professional, bike safety instructor, storyteller, and dedicated volunteer to making biking, walking, and public transit use better in her hometown of Los Angeles, California. She currently serves as a board member for Multicultural Communities for Mobility in Los Angeles. More about Maria below!
Susan Stokhof is the owner and founder of Le Vélo Victoria ( @), an on-line boutique specializing in stylish bicycle accessories. Susan also provides a vital voice in the push to normalize cycling in Victoria. From regular features on her blog about the citizen cycling movement to sponsoring events that bring guest speakers to the island to inspire and inform. More about Susan below.
Susan Stokhof is the owner and founder of Le Velo Victoria. An on-line boutique specializing in stylish bicycle accessories.
Having spent 6 years without a car, Susan quickly recognized the challenges women face when using a bicycle as a form of transportation. In addition to an online boutique and traveling pop-up, Susan provides a vital voice in the push to normalize cycling in Victoria. From regular features on her blog about the citizen cycling movement (with a particular focus on women who cycle for transport), to sponsoring events that bring guest speakers to the island to inspire and inform.
Most importantly, Susan’s website presents powerful, rarely seen images of bicycle normalcy, in a region where sport and recreation still reign supreme.
“We’re attempting to promote a lifestyle we want to see. The more people buy into the idea that cycling is a normal activity that millions partake in every single day, the more likely we are to build better cycling infrastructure. I believe we need to be the change we want to see”. With this in mind, Susan started Le Vélo Victoria where they provide elegant solutions for everyday cycling challenges.
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We hope you will join us! Please RSVP as space at our HeadQuarters is limited.