Machines for Freedom and Mission Workshop have joined forces to bring a series of cycling events to San Francisco, called These Girls are Machines, as part of a two-week long in celebration of women’s cycling.
The event will feature a pop-up shop by the women’s cycling brand, Machines For Freedom, along with an art gallery presented by Fast Chance Collective,which will showcase artwork from five local women artists and cyclists, together with a series of other events and group rides in the Bay Area.
Machines For Freedom Pop-up Shop
Come check out the gear you’ve been curious about and try on some kit.
Suffer for Triumph, presented by Fast Chance Collective – Art Show
Mission Workshop opens up its walls to the four woman artists and cyclists that make up Fast Chance Collective, who will each display a selection of works for the duration of the event.
Thursday, May 14
7 pm- 10pm
Join us at Mission Workshop for the launch of THESE GIRLS ARE MACHINES and the opening night of the Suffer for Triumph Art Show presented by Fast Chance Collective. Beer/wine provided. Tunes by Heart of Gold DJs.
Friday, May 15
Filthy Friday Group Ride
Join us for Free Coffee Friday at Mission Workshop at 10 am, we roll at 10:15 sharp! Bring your CX or MTB and be prepared for about 2 hours of shredding GGP + Sutro Forest. (Dudes are welcome for this ride, but women set the tone and pace)
Saturday, May 16
Machines Ladies Ride
Join us on Saturday for the first installment of Machines monthly ride in the Bay Area. On the third Saturday of every month we will take on varying routes in Marin County, usually tackling about 4000′ in 40 miles. For the inaugural ride, we will head out to Muir Woods and Tennessee Valley, with an option dirt route home. Check the route here. Meet us at City + County Bicycle Company at 8:45 am for a 9:00 rollout. We will then head to Equator Coffee to pick up any Mill Valley joiners between 9:30 and 9:45.
Thursday, May 28
7-10 pm; screening at 8pm.
Screening: Half The Road
Join us at Mission Workshop for a special screening of Half the Road, an incredible documentary about the inequalities that exist in the peloton between male and female professionals.
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