I’m not going to lie. Last week was a hard one for me. At the end of last year I made a promise to myself to use VCG and all of my other social media hangouts as positive and honest platforms. Using them to make my own and other voices heard is something quite important to me. I’ve been doing a fair bit of that in 2017, but last week certainly felt like the most with the two panel talks I took part in. The first one was last Tuesday at Look Mum No Hands, and the theme was cycling & mental health. I’d known this talk was coming since […]
So, we know that London Bike Kitchen are pretty bad-ass, and on Saturday Jenni Gwiazdowski and the gang further proved it with their first ever LBKWAGFEST! Earlier this year, Monika Zamojska came up with the idea of holding a WAG (Women and Gender variant) bike festival. The idea of celebrating all things bike blossomed into an amazing event, held at Oakley in Residence. The setting was perfect – sunshine, cycling and positive people and a day filled with inspirational talks, lively discussion and some fly cycling gear on sale to boot… I was honoured to be a panelist discussing Urban Riding/Commuting and how to get more under-represented groups cycling. Chaired by […]
About Lady Vélo
I started Vélo-City-Girl when I got my Pashley Princess in March 2010, after a ten year absence from the saddle. VCG is all about cycling and the many different forms it comes in, there is something for everyone.