cycleLINKS 0.45 (20 Nov) Presents… The Bicycle: Breaking Social Barriers and Redefining Art

Who: Activists, enthusiasts, artists and lifestyle riders
What: We share stories about the historical commuter lifestyle in CapeTown and what it means #commutingeveryday
today

Guest of Honour: LOUIS DE WAAL: transport engineer, bicycle commuter, and bicycle activist for more than 60 years.

Other speakers: GAIL JENNINGS:: publisher of the CapeTown Bicycle Map, and NMT Consultant.
JACQUES SIBOMANA: “just the guy next door who cycles to work”.
ATANG TSHIKARE:: a dedicated lifestyle commuter, designer, artist,and custom urban bicycle
creator.
SIPHIWE NGWENYA:: Director of Maboneng Arts Experience, an alternative and creative public arts festival.

cycleLINKS 0.45INFO::

Plenty of safe and secure bike/skate parking available|R5 min donation(NMT)R10min
(petrol users)-..gets you into the raffle to win tickets to
the #BFFCapeTown
Localcraftbeerlocalsnackswillbeforsale

THANKYOUSOFAR::

CONRAD&JANINE(theBijou)::amazinghosts|HOWARD(BFF)::raffleprize

|SAKI&ADINA::logisticalbacking|

GAIL&MARCELA(OpenStreets)::content&contacts

|cycleLINKS AUDIENCE::believingwhatwecanaccomplishtogether

KIM::(33South Backpackers)Sound
System&Projector

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