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Meet and Greet: Bringing the cycle community together.
Tue 28 March 2017, 19:00 – 21:00 BST
Theme: Human powered adventures and creations!
About: Bamboo Bicycle Club is a community of cyclists. Over the years we’ve had some really interesting people building bikes. Some love cycling some making or just to make something cool. Join us for an evening for a casual meet-up and hear some really interesting speakers.
Here is something we plan to cover but if we want anything specific, please let us know and we will try to include them ;)
- Bamboo Bikes 101: What are Bamboo Bikes? Whats new, What research are we working on?
- Technical innovations from 2016 and plans for 2017
- Guest Speaker – Maximum 2 speakers
- Open forum (e.g. Next adventure ideas, creative stuff)
Cost: Free to attend
How: Book a place online
When: March 28th. Starts at 7pm.
Speakers and for future events - Cyclist and Adventures
Andy M - Author, Adventurer - Cycling out of your comfort - http://andymadeley.com/
Piers Thomas - Piers Thomas is the Former Team Sky Design Manager for Rapha. He now works for Team GB. An expert in clothing aerodynamics and fabrics. Rides a Bamboo Cargo Bike.
Simon Izod – Runs Bespoke tours offering cycling tours around Europe. A keen cyclist and activist. Rides a Bamboo Touring Bike.- http://beespoketours.co.uk/
Tom Salt - Circumnavigator, Rowed across the Atlantic Ocean and now runs his own offshore rowing challenges company
Dhruv – Former Corporate Guy, Ocean Racer, Rally Driver, Biker, Maker & Trainee Arctic Explorer
Marta, Lizzy & Memnia: Sailor, Mountaineer and currently crossing Costa Rica coast to coast on bike, raft, kayak & legs
Tom and Nicky – Two Doctor the cycled from London to Singapore. On Bamboo bike
Sara MacLennan & Ralph Ripken - (STILL TO BE CONFIRMED) Professionals working in the environmental and sustainable energy sectors in London. In 2015, they set off on a year-long bike tour with a purpose – to learn from community projects in South America related to the fields in which they work. Blog: encounters-on-two-wheels.tumblr.com