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 Chatshow: Charlotte 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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