Organized as part of the week of workshops, forums, rides, and other events, a panel discussion will take place Tuesday, May 14 from 5-8 at Bar Alexandraplatz, featuring a panel of women cyclists who will be sharing their experiences of navigating Montreal on two wheels, and highlighting issues that are of particular interest to women cyclists.
From the Coalition's description of the program developed for Urban Cycling Week:
"Montreal Urban Bike Week was born of a simple intention: to survey the Montreal community and discover issues that are important to cyclists. A public appeal to the various stakeholders involved in Montreal cycling has led to a rich program covering several themes: cycling infrastructure, sharing the road, personal safety, regulations, mobilization, adaptation and maintenance of equipment for urban cycling, local initiatives, female / feminist perspectives, art and activism."
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