RideRichmond will host the inaugural Richmond Women’s Cycling Summit on Thursday, October 23, 2014, at the Virginia War Memorial, Freedom Hall at 7:00pm.
The goal of the summit is to empower women to ride bicycles and participate in their communities as riders and leaders, as well as bring the nationwide momentum of more women cyclists to Richmond. The event is co-sponsored by Richmond Area Bicycling Association (RABA) and Virginia Bicycling Federation (VBF).
The agenda will include a moderated discussion to ask questions, solicit support, pose ideas, and start a conversation on encouraging and empowering women cyclists in the Richmond area.
The event is for women of all ages and backgrounds to come together and celebrate bicycling, discuss issues that are relevant and important to female cyclists, and provide hands-on opportunities for women to gain knowledge and confidence riding throughout the city and their communities.
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A panel of diverse women cyclists will discuss their insights and experience, as well as engage in open conversation among attendees.
The panel discussion will be moderated by Ruth Morrison of Active RVA.
- Veronica Davis, Nspire Green Consulting LLC / Black Women Bike DC
- Ann Hardy, River City Women’s Racing
- Lorene Davidson, Women’s Multisports of Richmond
- Sera Stavroula, Rag and Bones Bicycle Cooperative
- Christine Delano, Bike Commuter Mom Extraordinaire
- And me. Amy George with RideRichmond
Pre-summit activities include a group ride through the arts district. The ride ends at the Virginia War Memorial.
Ride start location: Lamplighter Coffee, 26 North Morris Street, Richmond, Virginia | Time: 5:00pm