Wake up Sydney! Being kind to chicks on bikes

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March 22, 2013 00

Last week I had a really special night – Jono Fisher and his gang from Wake Up Sydney gave me a kindness award for being kind to women by helping them to get cycling with BikeGal.com!

Here’s a link to the Q&A with me (thanks to my quick thinking boyfriend for recording it!).

Wake Up Sydney is a community of 12,000 people celebrating kindness and courage in Sydney and encouraging Sydneysiders to be kind to each other.

I spent 10 minutes on stage with the host of the event and Wake Up Sydney founder Jono Fisher talking about BikeGal.com. I really hope it inspires a few more women to give cycling a go.

On stage

The night was great. It started with a guided meditation which may sound odd, but when you have rushed there straight from work and have a million things rolling through your mind it’s not a bad way to start an event and get everyone in a good place. (Guided meditations before work meetings – wouldn’t that be cool?).

There was music performers, a great speaker called Steve Biddulph talking about his book which is all about raising girls (I’ll let you google that one).

Thanks Wake Up Sydney and thanks to City of Sydney for nominating me.

Here I am (in the middle) with my family and friends. We had a great night!

(L-R) Ginni Seton, Robyn, Chris and Rachael de Zylva, Sarah Nicita, Sarah Fernando, Mark Drinkwater

(L-R) Ginni Seton, Robyn, Chris and Rachael de Zylva, Sarah Nicita, Sarah Fernando, Mark Drinkwater

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