Cleverhood x Tandem NYC Collaboration – The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem

Cleverhood x Tandem NYC Collaboration - The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem

Susan Mocarski, artist and fashion designer, put Cleverhood on the map with their distinctive American made outerwear capes.

She and Lani from Tandem NY met at the National Bike Summit’s “Forum on Women & Bicycling” and with their shared interest in fashion and biking, worked together to launch Tandem and Cleverhood’s Sweatshirt Cape.

Cleverhood x Tandem NYC Collaboration - The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem

This is no ordinary “hoodie”…

Cleverhood x Tandem NYC Collaboration - The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem

The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem is designed in NYC and carefully crafted in nearby Fall River, MA. This fleece cape offers a freedom of movement plus an expression of style with plenty of room for layering underneath to adjust to the weather.  There’s a handy inside kangaroo pocket with a second smaller pocket for your mobile device.  The hood sports the signature Tandem coral-colored drawstring.  The fabric is thick and soft and it’s machine washable.

Cleverhood x Tandem NYC Collaboration - The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem

Fall River, MA was the textile centre of the US and an industrial leader.  Since 1990, Fall River has lost nearly 70% of its manufacturing jobs. The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem is crafted by skilled USA garment workers.

Cleverhood x Tandem NYC Collaboration - The Cleverhood Sweatshirt Cape for Tandem

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Chalktrail for bikes and scooters – creative fun on your bike

Watch the Chalktrail in action!

Chalktrail installation instructions

CycleStyle at The Upmarket – Saturday 7 November

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As Christmas creeps closer our market schedule gets busier – and we’re kicking off with The Upmarket, Melbourne’s newest design market.

The outdoor market is held in the forecourt between the Malthouse Theatre and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Southbank every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, rain hail or shine.

Stallholders are picked by a design panel, with a focus on local emerging designers and producers, and divided into three precincts – the Design District, the Larder and the Heart of Dining. At each market there’s a revolving selection of furniture, lighting, homewares, accessories, fashion, jewellery, ceramics, food and produce vendors plus free children’s and adults creative workshops.

The Upmarket FB Tile

We’ll be at The Upmarket with lots of cycling goodies and market-only specials at the next market, Saturday 7 November 9am-4pm!

The Upmarket

Malthouse Theatre/ACCA forecourt

111 Sturt St, Southbank


Introducing the Notabag – the bag that converts into a backpack from Frankfurt, Germany


Notabag is a smart combination of a bag and a backpack. With a single pull on the straps, it transforms itself from a sleek eco-friendly reusable bag to an easy-to-carry backpack. Its versatility allows you to carry it in your hands as well as comfortably on your shoulders. We’re so excited to be the first Australian retailer of the Notabag!


The Notabag idea was born during Adnan Alicusic’s trip to the local farmers market. It was one of those situations that we can all identify with – the grocery bag filled up very quickly and he still had to ride his bike home.

Things got pretty tricky once he found himself in the middle of busy city traffic, trying to manoeuvre a bike with a heavy shopping bag on the handlebar, bumping against the front wheel. At that moment, he started visualising how a simple bag could be transformed into a backpack.

After spending months of prototyping and testing, Adnan and his friend and fashion designer Ilaria Gregianin, introduced a smart way to combine a bag and a backpack as a Kickstarter project. The Notabag even folds up into a small pocket for those times when you need a bag unexpectedly!


It is made in Europe from cotton and rip-stop nylon. The fabric provides the product with sturdiness and soft touch of cotton fabric, yet it is still lightweight and water-resistant like the rip-stop nylon.

Notabag has been nominated for a German design award and ranked as Frankfurt’s Top 10 startups in 2015. They recently collaborated with Swedish bike brand Bookman to make a reflective Notabag especially for cyclists. We think you’ll love it as much as we do!


Bicycle Wine Rack and Circus Bike Tricks!

Bike acrobat Maxime Poulin, a cycling artist in the Cirque de Soleil, straps a Bicycle Wine Rack to his bike while he does tricks to see if it will stay on.

Watch to see if it passes the test….

Riding in the Rain with RockiNoggins


Have you been caught in the rain riding your bike?

RockiNoggins bike helmet covers protect you from sun, wind and rain, not to mention turning your helmet into a stylish accessory.

Here’s a fun video showing off their weather resistant helmet covers which are all designed with your style and safety in mind. #ridinintherain

Sydney saddles up for two-wheeled extravaganza – Sydney Rides Festival 10-31 October 2015

Sydney Rides Festival fun

From heart-stopping races to pedal yoga classes, guided bike tours and an illuminated night-time ride of spectacular City landmarks, this year’sSydney Rides Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever.

Now in its fifth year, the three-week festival will run from 10-31 October and include more than 20 events right across Sydney. Highlights include:

  • Sydney Rides the Park (10 October)

This family-focused launch event takes place in one of Sydney’s most beautiful open spaces, Sydney Park. It kicks off at 7:30am with morning bike-yoga sessions, a bike-powered juice lounge, the Taronga zoo-mobile, plus a BMX arena and super-cross track with breath-taking displays. Try your hand at mountain boarding or rock climbing and enjoy gourmet food. Bring the kids to try out the City’s new state-of-the-art Children’s bike track.

  • Sydney Rides Challenge (10-31 October)

An online competition allowing riders to clock their trips and kilometres to compete for great prizes.

  • Sydney Rides to Eat (10-31 October)

Visit supporting local cafes and restaurants for rider freebies and discounts during the Sydney Rides Festival.

Light the City

  • Light the City Discovery Rides (13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 October)

Sign up for a stunning evening Discovery Ride showcasing the joy and exhilaration of riding at night.

  • Suit Ride (Ride2Work Day 14 October)

Don your business best and join city workers on a Midday Sydney Suit Ride and lunch to celebrate National Ride2Work Day.

  • Sydney Rides Film Night (15 October)

A selection of bicycle inspired films from around the globe at Pier 2/3, Walsh Bay

  • How to Cycle with Style for Women and Men (16 October)

Vélo-à-Porter’s Sarah Imm is passionate about combining riding and fashion. In this workshop at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sarah will show cycling fashionistas how to cycle with style.

  • Dirt Film Night (16 October)

Held in an old warehouse on the harbour, Pier 2/3, Dirt will be an eventful night of off-road films, bike games and a pop-up bar.

  • Explore Your Wild Ride:Night Ride Workshop (17 October)

Presented by Sutherland Shire Cycling Club, beginner and intermediate mountain bike riders are invited to attend this free workshop for practical tips on riding at night. It includes a guided night ride in the Royal National Park.

  • Saturday Slowies (17, 24 and 31 October)

Grab your bike and join a relaxed weekend ride through Newtown and Redfern to Centennial Park. Cruise the flats or take to the hills for a more strenuous ride before returning to Marrickville for bunch at the Marrick Café.

  • Spring Cycle (18 October)

Join Sydney’s most iconic bike ride and choose either 12, 50 or 105 kilometres for a picturesque ride through the City. The family City Ride rides finishes in festival style at Pirrama Park, Pyrmont or make the extra journey to the final finish line at Sydney Olympic Park.

  • Copenhagenize Sydney (20 October)

In partnership with the Danish Consulate, this event brings together world cycling experts from Denmark.

  • Roller Racing (24 October)

An event at The Standard in Taylor Square featuring bands, DJs, pinball machines, 10-pin bowling and roller racing on stationary bikes.

  • Tour De Hunters Hill (25 October)

Enjoy a guided ride around stately Hunters Hill as the jacarandas are blooming.

  • Light the City (31 October)

A night-time ride like no other, experience light installations and special effects on a 2.5-kilometre loop around Sydney’s stunning harbour at twilight. The closing event of the Sydney Rides Festival will kick off with a special Family Hour from 6pm-7pm. Relax at the outdoor lounge at Mrs Macquaries Point and enjoy roller racing, silent disco and gourmet food trucks.

Visit for full program details and booking information.

Melbourne Father’s Day Bike Ride – Sunday 6 September

fathers day bike ride bannerThis Father’s Day, celebrate dads everywhere and raise vital funds to support men’s health by joining the inaugural Jasco Telstra Father’s Day Bike Ride.

On Sunday 6 September 2015 you can ride Melbourne’s Grand Prix Circuit, Albert Park by signing up for one of two rides – The Mattioli Challenge with 12 laps of the circuit or The Family Bike Ride, a leisurely ride that’s suitable for all ages and abilities.

There will also be special guests, delicious food, drinks and last-minute gift ideas for dad. For more information and registration click here!

Event Details

The Event Village

The Event Village will run from 8.30am to 1.00pm and will be located at the Grand Prix Pit Buildings (Pit Lane) on Aughtie Drive. There will be entertainment, appearances from our charity and community ambassadors, music and opportunities to get that last minute gift for Dad from a variety of retail stalls set up in the event village.

In addition there will be activities for the kids including face painting, bike skills lessons and road safety tips for all.


Enjoy breakfast, morning-tea and lunch, or perhaps a snack and a coffee from the variety of food options available in the event village.  Food and coffee will be available from 6.30am to 1.00pm.

Charity Partners

You can register yourself or a team of friends and family with funds raised through rider sponsorship and donations going directly to support our charity partners beyondblue, the Movember Foundation and OzChild.

Guest Post from Velo-a-porter – The School Pick Up

Fashion and cycling blogger Vélo-à-Porter is guest posting for CycleStyle in the coming months. The goal of Vélo-à-Porter is to inspire and encourage more women to bicycle as lifestyle, not just as sport. In this post, she shares her experience of doing a school pick up with her cargo bike!

As per usual, I left the city at 4:15pm to make dinner for the family. I park my e-bike in the garage, check that the Nihola’s battery is fully charged and go up in the lift to our apartment.



After making dinner, I left home to pick up Ofelia from after school care about 5:15pm. There was a sudden downpour at 5pm when I took the the roast potatoes out of the oven. I delayed my departure for a few minutes as these sudden downpours tend to finish as quickly as they have begun. By 5:10pm, it was nearly clear.


I went to the garage and unlocked the Nihola and rolled out of the garage. The fastest path to school is up Reservoir Street. It is a very hilly street. At the top is one of the main water reservoirs for Sydney. The reservoir is known as the Crown Street Reservoir and is the oldest water supply reservoir still in use in Australia.  It has been in continuous operation since 1859.* (Source: Wikipedia) The eZee conversion makes it possible to go up the hill at a reasonable pace and with not too much effort. The owner of Bang Bang, a cafe, always waves hello as we go past.


I collected Ofelia with her school bag and violin and she was a little upset because someone had torn the straps off of her hanbok, a Korean traditional dress.  She had removed the jacket because the day had become warm. Earlier that morning, I suggested that she wear a blouse underneath that morning as it was going to be warm this autumn day. I told her I would sew them back on for her and she was relieved.  I said that those were the risks of wearing such a beautiful dress to school for Harmony Day. She agreed.  We talked about her day as she put on her helmet and seated herself in the cabin of the Nihola. I put my sunglasses on.

We rolled to the traffic lights on Crown Street, in front of school and we waited for the red light to change. A twin cab ute passed by filled with four burly dark-haired men.  They slowed down as they passed us to wave. I smiled. A few minutes later a car passed and a kissing sound emanated from the window. The light changed and we went to pick up Julius from childcare. The ride is mostly downhill. We ran into a cycling friend and I gave him a card for my blog He was full of congratulations and had a few suggestions for me. We picked up Julius at 5:40pm and were on our way home when he suddenly remembered that he was thirsty. He wailed all the way home. Of course, when we arrived home and I put the cup of water in front of him, he didn’t want it.


I told my husband Justin about the waving men and the kissing sound from the car. He said, “What do you expect? You and Ofelia are both so attractive.” My lovely husband.

*Source: Sydney Water

Handsome Cycles Art Bikes for 100 Year Birthday Surprise to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Minneapolis Institute of Arts approached Minneapolis-based bike company Handsome Cycles to create three custom bicycles inspired by masterpieces of their collection.

The result is three stunning, fully functional bicycles that challenge what a bike can be and that bring the works of art into a modern context.

Hans Ledwinka, Tatra T-87 Four-Door Sedan, 1948 (designed 1936)


#2: Claude Monet’s Grainstack, Sun in the Mist (1891)


#3: 1969 Frank Stella, Tahkt-i-Sulayman, Variation II


Giddyup Mule – Bike-friendly cafe in cycling/exercise hub

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On our regular reconnaissance rides for the Westie Women’s Foodie Rides program we stumbled across Giddyup Mule, Yarraville’s latest cafe opening. It’s part of the growing trend in serving healthy, raw, organic, paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free food that’s permeating through Melbourne’s cafe scene -perhaps as a reaction to the opposing trend of burgers, fried chicken and doughnuts!

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Giddyup Mule takes over the space that used to be a more simple coffee bar at Art of Cycling, an indoor spin training studio. It’s a little hard to find as the doorway and signage is hidden behind a street umbrella, so just look out for the Art of Cycling sign. It shares the same building as Art of Cycling spin classes, DCPT personal training and group fitness and Western Velo Works bike repairs.

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The two young owners and westie locals Magarethe and Jodie have built a new kitchen, store room and brought their own spin (pun intended) on the space, with a roaring wood heater, a paint job and a kicking (pun intended again) menu of interesting dishes.

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The drinks list includes Axil coffee, Mofo hot chocolate, silky Chai Walli chai made with milk (or soy) and honey, a range from Tea Tonic, juices, smoothies and kombucha on tap by Grateful Harvest.

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The kombucha is freshly brewed in Melbourne and the ginger and tumeric is tangy and fresh ($5). I’m told the orange is sweeter if you’re not familiar with the fermented taste of kombucha.

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I try the pulled pork cigars with apple and walnut salad and smoky sauce ($18.50). It’s a decadent dish with melting strips of pork rolled up in a fried parcel – can’t really go wrong! The crunchy apples and nuts provide a textural and flavour contrast to the meat.

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The bircher muesli is a wild palette of colourful elements and totally delicious, especially the coconut yoghurt which they infuse with acai and berries. It’s good value for money at $12 as you won’t be able to fit in much else afterwards.

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You can’t go past a cafe menu these days without seeing smashed avo and this version comes with house-marinated feta and smoked cherry tomatoes ($16.50). It’s a generous tumble of vibrant freshness and the kombucha vinaigrette adds an interesting tangy twist to an otherwise ubiquitous menu item.

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For dessert there is a selection of organic raw desserts by Torquay’s Life Seeeds. I am in love with raw desserts at the moment as it seems like a healthier way to indulge my sweet tooth. The salted caramel joy bar ($7.50) contains ‘Aztec superfoods’ but all you need to know is that it’s decadent and rich.

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Giddyup Mule is a fun, friendly and healthy addition to the inner west’s bike-friendly cafe scene. Plus if you need an early caffeine hit for that morning ride they’re open 6:30am on weekdays!

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SAT 7- 4PM


Westie Women’s Foodie Rides – Bookings now open!

Thanks to Maribyrnong City Council we’ve teamed up with The Squeaky Wheel to bring you the Westie Winter Warmers ride, the first in a series of foodie cycling tours for women exploring Melbourne’s west.

Explore the global cuisines of the inner west this winter while getting out and exploring the west on your bike. What better way to stay warm than pedalling your way from one gastronomic delight to the next?


Join us over ninety minutes for the Westie Winter Warmers ride on Saturday 18th July for a discovery tour of local specialities. We’ll be kicking off at 12:30pm in Footscray and I will introduce some of my favourite local purveyors of delicious warming lamb skewers, Salvadorean papusas, croissants and hot chocolate and cannoli.


This is one bicycle tour that won’t be leaving you hungry and as a bonus, you’ll also be building your confidence getting around the west on a bike with a bunch of like-minded ladies as we pedal around Footscray.

There’s only ten places on this ride. Tickets are $10 per person (lots of food included!) and they’ll fill up fast so be sure to book your ticket and make sure you don’t miss out. Is there a better way to spend a wintery Saturday afternoon?

Book Your Ticket12:30 – 2:00 Saturday July 18th

Westie Women’s Foodie Rides is a Maribyrnong City Council Gender Equity initiative

Westie Winter Warmers



Meet at D’Asian carpark,  Cnr Hopkins St & Moore St, Footscray

EOFY Flash Sale!



We’re celebrating another big year with a End of Financial Year sale! Receive 20% off everything* until midnight 30 JuneJust enter EOFY2015 as the coupon on the checkout page.

*Discount does not apply to Bikerax, Lekker, preorders or gift vouchers. Usual shipping calculations apply – you will receive free shipping if your total order is $150 or more after the discount is applied to your shopping cart. Australian orders only.


Bookman Sweden’s Grand Collection Lookbook Video

Bookman is a Stockholm based brand that makes accessories for bicycles and for the people on them.

Inspired by the bustling bike life of the European metropolis, the focus is the urban bicyclist, for whom style is as important as function.

We share a mission to inspire more people to take up biking and to make life in the saddle more enjoyable for everyone that does. Here’s a peek at their Grand Collection lookbook, which features the Bookman Lights and Clip-On Reflectors.

Grand Collection Lookbook from Bookman on Vimeo.

Introducing Sarah Imm from Vélo-à-Porter

We’re excited to announce that fashion and cycling blogger Vélo-à-Porter will be guest posting for CycleStyle in the coming months.
Sarah Imm is the brains behind the popular blog – and is fact a customer of ours! The goal of Vélo-à-Porter is to inspire and encourage more women to bicycle as lifestyle, not just as sport. Sarah’ style is so inspiring, particularly as she gets about town with her children.
In this post, she tells us about her Fridays with her son on the Nihola, a cargo tricycle.

Sydney is growing its bike network

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Lucky Sydney cyclists! Ten major bike connections are under construction or in design to support the growing number of people riding and ease pressure on the city’s roads and public transport network.

City of Sydney-funded cycleway links along sections of Castlereagh and Liverpool streets are expected to be complete this year, construction is underway on another four projects, and design work is being undertaken on five more.

“Bike trips have more than doubled over the last four years in our local area, and where there are cycleways, they’ve doubled again,” the Lord Mayor said. “On Bourke Street alone there are now five times as many riders. Transport for NSW surveys confirm many more people would commute by bike if it was safer and more convenient.”

Bike paths under construction include the Broadway link through Chippendale, an upgraded shared path connecting the Bourke Street and Bourke Road cycleways and safer cycling links to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, making the north-south commute a smoother ride.

Design work is underway on connections to the Castlereagh Street cycleway, a new cycleway along Lawson Street in Redfern, and cycleways for Green Square Town Centre. The City has also received NSW Government funding to help design a major cycleway link along Moore Park Road.

Plus, a new children’s bike track at Sydney Park is also supporting the growing number of children learning to ride.


The Sweet Cycle cycling food tour with The Squeaky Wheel

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Maribyrnong City Council regularly run ‘Westside Discovery Tours’, a series of FREE tours for locals and visitors to introduce them to the secrets of Melbourne’s west side. (Read about some of their previous tours here and here).

Joyce from CycleStyle led a delicious tour with The Squeaky Wheel to discover some of the Westside’s best pastries, cakes, desserts and sweets. Here are some of our pics!

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First stop – Footscay’s iconic Olympic Doughnuts for fresh jam doughnuts. Only 80c each!

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Second stop – Sourdough Kitchen Seddon, the only bakery in Melbourne that make sourdough pastries. Needless to say we packed doggie bags for takeaway.

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Love the street art just around the corner too.

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Cycling through the backstreets of Seddon to Yarraville.

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Third stop – Amazing cakes from Cobb Lane, an artisan bakery and patisserie in Yarraville Village. The tiramisu gets our vote!

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Busy bakers making their famous doughnuts.

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Fourth stop – right next door is Hello Gelo, one of the few ice cream stores in the west that make their product on site. Their most popular flavour? Salted caramel.

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Final stop – T Cavallaro & Sons for best cannoli in Melbourne. Here’s proprietor Tony Cavallaro presenting a cannoli cake!

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Also try the amaretti – they grind the almonds themselves and it creates a gorgeous chewy texture without the fake almond essence taste.

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 Keep an eye out on our blog and The Squeaky Wheel‘s website for information about more cycling food tours in Melbourne’s west!

FREE Cycling Food Tour of Melbourne’s West with CycleStyle

Maribyrnong City Council regularly run ‘Westside Discovery Tours’, a series of FREE tours for locals and visitors to introduce them to the secrets of Melbourne’s west side. (Read about some of their previous tours here and here).

New tours are available for booking from today.

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Joyce from CycleStyle will be leading a tour with The Squeaky Wheel to discover some of the Westside’s best pastries, cakes, desserts and sweets. Free tastings too!

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When: Sat 9 May, 1.30 -3pm

Where: Meet in front of Olympic Hot Doughnuts, Footscray Railway Station, Irving Street, Footscray

FREE Bookings required, limited to 10 places


Incidentally Joyce will also be leading a Culture Mamas tour of family-friendly Footscray. It’ll be a 1.5 hour walk covering some of her favourite places to take kids to eat, shop and play in her neighbourhood, with tastings en route.

Family Friendly Tour of Footscray

When: Mon 4 May, 10 – 11.30am

Where: Meet in front of Olympic Hot Doughnuts, Footscray Railway Station, Irving Street, Footscray

FREE Bookings required, limited to 8 places

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To book email with your full name, street address, contact number and selected tour. Only one tour per person and not available for group bookings of 4+ people. For more information click here.


Oopsmark Bicycle Wine Rack – Made in Montreal video


The makers of our bestselling Bicycle Wine Rack was recently featured in a documentary series that focuses on makers in Montreal Canada and the neighbourhoods they come from.

The video gives a behind the scene look into the Oopsmark workshop where they make our bicycle wine racks! Plus all the music was made by Oopsmark‘s founder Jesse Herbert.

Westie Women on Wheels – Free bike program of women of Melbourne’s west

I’m so excited to work with The Squeaky Wheel  to launch ‘Westie Women on Wheels‘, a FREE cycling skills program for  women who live or work in Melbourne’s west.

The program is for ‘interested but concerned’ women who have basic bike skills and who would like to gain the knowledge and confidence to ride for transport.

Delivered over 3 sessions, participants will receive bicycle skills training, road rule education and route planning advice. The final session will be a fun social ride, introducing you to the safest and most direct routes for amenities in your local area.

Places are limited to 22 participants and participants are strongly encouraged to attend all three sessions to get the maximum benefit.

  • Saturday 16 May, 2pm – 4pm
  • Saturday 23 May, 2pm – 4pm
  • Saturday 30 May, 2pm – 4.30pm

The first two sessions will meet at the Footscray Bike Shed, Mills Close, Footscray (next to Building K, Footscray Park Campus of Victoria University). BOOK HERE.

Westie Women on Wheels has been made possible with the support of the Maribyrnong Community Grants program.