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Pushy Women Learning #3

You haven't ridden a bike in a while? You don't have much experience or don't feel comfortable riding in traffic? You want some fun while you get back on your bike with a crew of likeminded women? 

The Squeaky Wheel is matching pedalling with joy and invite Catherine Deveny and her Pushy Women to share the experience of getting back on two wheels with us: This is a 2.5hr leisure morning ride, commented excursion and training session, where we show you some sweet destinations in the local area and how to get there safely by bike.

Tickets: $15 (+30Ct booking fee) // including a cup of delicious free St Ali coffee on arrival
Bike Hire: $20 contact robert@velocycles.com.au 4 days before the session

Start: St Ali North, 815 Nicholson St, Carlton North, VIC 3054 

Date: Sunday 11 May, 10am-12.30pm

Bring: working bicycle, helmet and bell, water
OR rent your gear at neighbouring friendly bike store Velocycles (please book prior to ride)

During the ride you'll be guided by accredited Austcycle skill coaches and covered by Cycling Australia insurance. You'll be required to fill in an online insurance form prior to the ride. 

The Squeaky Wheel's introductory/refresher sessions is supported by the City of Yarra and designed to welcome women in a non-sporting, social environment + to show them how easy and fun it is to ride to a destination up to 7km away. The program is aimed at women who have very little riding recent riding experience, who may have stopped riding after children, have never ridden in traffic, would never been seen dead in lycra, and those who would never normally consider themselves as candidates for bike training.