Join Team Luna Chix Madison and pro Luna sponsored rider, Georgia Gould for an exclusive women’s cyclocross clinic!
The clinic takes place this Friday, Sept. 19th @ 6p.m. at the Trek World HQ in Waterloo, Wisconsin.
Attendees get a first peak at the Trek CXC race course as well as some free Luna swag!
RSVP by e-mailing: email@example.com!
We’re hosting a women’s hands on fix a flat clinic this coming Tuesday, July 29th at the Wisconsin Bike Fed Office (409 E. Main St., 2nd floor). Join us along with Team Luna Chix Madison for an in depth demonstration and a hands on learning experience to learn not only how to change a tube, but to repair flats while out on a ride.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a wheel and any tools they may have to help with the hands on learning. This includes tire levers, patch kits, as well as a frame or floor pump. We’ll have some extra tools on hand for anyone that may not have a riding kit available. Also at the event we’ll have some items for sale if you are in need of tire levers, patch kits, etc. so bring cash! We do have a card swipe if need be 🙂
Space is limited to 25 attendees so please RSVP at this link: https://bfw.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=form_170888
The clinic will start at 6:30pm so come a little early to park your bike or your car. There’s free on street parking after 6pm. Beer and wine will be provided thanks to the Wisconsin Bike Fed and Team Luna Chix Madison.
You must RSVP to the event at the above link. We don’t have enough space to accommodate a very large crowd! If you can’t make this event, please e-mail us through the contact info on our website and we can get you information about future events.
It’s been awhile since we’ve posted an update. Our summer has been jam packed with cycling events around Madison. Everything from Cyclofemme to Fix A Flat Clinics to Sunday morning brunch rides has kept us busy!
We’re still in the planning process of trying to get an awesome and unique women’s only shop in Madison, but part of our planning is getting our name out to the world. Spoke Haven has been working with key partners such as the Wisconsin Bike Fed, Team Luna Chix, Wheels & Reels, the City of Madison, and other community leaders to make this all happen. So far we’ve received great feedback and support from every person we’ve worked with up to this point and it’s all very exciting.
Our goal is to continue to help not only offer fun cycling events for women in our community, but to also support others who want to help promote cycling for fun, for sport, and as a mode of transport. We want more butts on bikes and we can’t make that happen unless we all support one another.
Spoke Haven will continue to provide support and educational resources through the end of the year. We’ll continue with workshops through the winter, indoor training opportunities, and planning of events for next year’s riding season. We also plan on continue to change and mold our business plan to provide the best possible scenario for us to thrive. There’s still plans of running a crowd funding campaign to offer up fun and unique incentives for those who want to support us. We’re also selling our awesome jerseys (seen in the photos above) in our online store for those who want to show their support. They were made for us by Borah Teamware (aka Mt. Borah) right here in Wisconsin. Full zip, fully custom jerseys with a club cut for comfort. Men’s and women’s sizes available!
We’re looking into getting some other fun Spoke Haven branded gear made up that’s a little more pocket book friendly, but in the meantime continue to keep an eye on our online store and check us out on social media or Meetup.com for info on upcoming events.
Thank you to all of you who have been supportive and have come out to all of our events. We cannot express how amazing it feels to be able to provide women a place to be social, have fun, and ride bikes!
See you on the road 🙂