Davis, CA – For Release, April 25, 2014 – The Davis Bike Club is partnering with the Women’s Cycling Association (WCA) and Half The Road to host a fundraiser for their new Women’s Development Program on Sunday, May 11th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall located at 315 W 14th Street Davis, CA. This event will help fund the program and get more women to ride bikes and encourage levels of all riders. To purchase tickets to the fundraiser, visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/half-the-road-screeningdavis-bike-club-womens-dev-program-fundraiser-w-bob-roll-tickets-11277564499?aff=eorg. Pro Cyclist and WCA President, Robin Farina, along with Pro Cyclist and WCA Board Member, Laura Van Gilder and Pro Cyclist, Emily Kachorek, will be at the event to lend support to the development team and promote women’s cycling.
The highly entertaining cycling personality, Bob Roll and film director, Kathryn Bertine will host the event which will feature the screening of Bertine’s Half the Road, documentary about the “Passion, Pitfalls, and Power of Women’s Professional Cycling, along with a Q & A, silent auction and reception. This will be a very special evening in conjunction with the Amgen Tour of California Women’s Races that are taking place Sunday, May 11th in Sacramento and Monday, May 12th in Folsom.
Farina, leads the Davis Bike Club Development Program as part of the WCA’s commitment to help develop new riders and grow the sport. “This will be a particularly great evening for women’s cycling! Not only will we be featuring the film Half the Road, but we will be celebrating the Women’s races at the Amgen Tour of California in which the biggest names in cycling will attend. This fundraiser supports the future of women’s cycling. We hope everyone will come out and get involved,” said Farina.
President and CEO of Cedaron Medical, Karen Bond, is a major supporter of the Davis Bike Club and women’s cycling advocate. “The competitive ‘I will podium today’ is found in the DNA of all pro cyclists but is not linked to gender. I know this because I am privileged to know remarkable female athletes that drive themselves to superior performance levels to cross the finish line. When I learned professional women cyclists had much smaller purses or no purse at all compared to men, I felt obliged to support these women any way I can. The competitive edge in the heart of the woman cyclist deserves acknowledgment and I am working towards that end.”
The Davis Bike Club is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cycling and cycling-related activities. Based in Davis, California, the membership has a wide variety of cycling interests and abilities. The DBC hosts a variety of rides and events: recreational and family rides, multi-day tours, randonneuring and ultra-distance events, and racing. What all members have in common is a love of bicycling and the desire to promote it as a fun, healthy, safe, and environmentally sustainable means of transportation.
The WCA is a coalition of cyclists, across the globe, which supports the advancement and success of Women’s Cycling on both sporting and business levels. For more information and to join the WCA, log onto www.womenscyclingassociation.com, follow the WCA on twitter @wca_tweet, or “like” the organization on Facebook at – Women’s Cycling Association.
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Robin Farina, WCA President – 828-719-1494, firstname.lastname@example.org