Virtual Velofete 2021

Join us for a week of fascinating cycling talk from authors, riders and leaders in the cycling community!

Watch live, for free, on Zoom each evening from 6pm, 12th - 16th July 2021. Click on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86058261677

 

Monday - click here to see a replay of the session on Vimeo

  • Justin McCurry, Guardian journalist and author of War on Wheels, Inside Keirin and Japan’s Cycling subculture, in conversation with Duncan Steer.
  • Jack Thurston, author of the Lost Lanes series in conversation with Ian Cleverly and Brian Cookson OBE, about the joys of slow cycling.

Tuesday - click here to see a replay of the session on Vimeo:

  • Hannah Ross and Robyn Davidson on the History of Women’s Cycling. 
  • Dr Josephine Perry and Dan Bigham  (Team HUUB Wattbike) on what it takes to win Olympic Gold in the Time Trial.

Wednesday - click here to see a replay of the session on Vimeo:

  • Paul Jones talking about his book, End to End: the Land’s End to John O’Groats Cycling Record.
  • A cycling Tech Panel with  Michael Hutchinson (Dr Hutch), Michelle Arthurs from Cycling Weekly and Jenni Gwiazdowski (London Bike Kitchen).

Thursday - click here to see a replay of the session on Vimeo:

  • Panel discussion on "cycling and the community" featuring Abigail and Lilith from Gears for Queers, Muneera Pilgrimfrom Black Muslim Women Bikes.
  • Stephen Fabes, author of Signs of Life - To the Ends of the Earth with a Doctor, speaking about cycling around the world.

Friday - click here to see a replay of the session on Vimeo:

  • Tom Bromley, author of Bespoke: A Guide to Cycle-Speak and Saddle Slang.
  • Charlotte's ChatshowCharlotte Cole-Hossain in conversation with Tim McInnes  and  Boru Pratt McCullagh who raised £12k for HHV doing the Rapha Festive 500,  Esme  Wiley  and Max Capamagian who raised £6k doing a virtual Everesting and other rides Luke Anderson from British Cycling with some exciting news about new initiatives.

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