Ciovita Women's Day Event

August 26, 2019 1 min read

As the month of August comes to an end we want to take a look back at the annual Women's Day event at our concept store in Woodstock, Cape Town. The event featured a range of fantastic speakers, some awesome partner brands, bubbles and gift bags. We would like to thank all the amazing women who joined us.


The event featured some cool activities... like Martin from Wahoo who ran an awesome demo of the Wahoo Kickr indoor training unit.

And a selection of inspiring speakers... Jo Dobinson from Biking in the Bosch who shared some skills tips and sponsored a skills training session for our lucky draw...

Nicky and Kim Webb from I Love Boobies who shared their awesome cycling based initiative with us...

And Cycling for Sisters who spoke about their charity organisation that uses cycling as a platform to create hygiene packs for underprivileged school children.

Last and definitely, not least, we would like to give a shout out to our sponsors. I love Boobies who sponsored cycling socks, Vida E who provided Cold Brew Coffees and vouchers for our gift bags, and Alpha Cider who sponsored the refreshments. We couldn't have done it without these amazing companies, and we really appreciate their support of women's cycling.



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