Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Velo Girls Changes Focus for 2008

Effective immediately, Velo Girls, Northern California's first and largest women's cycling club, will switch it's focus to an underserved audience: teenage boys and masters men. This change is in response to feedback from sponsors that working with women is just too confusing and frustrating.

Lorri Lee Lown, club founder, explained that this transition has been in the works for some time now. "I never really liked women. I don't like pink either. I just thought it might be fun to work with women, but I've changed my mind."

For years, men have wanted to be involved with Velo Girls, so here is the perfect opportunity! A willingness to wear a dress is the only prerequisite.

For more information, contact inyourdreams@velogirls.com

10 comments:

chatterbox said...

Oooh! Let me call Rick! He can finally be one of us! tee hee.

We got an important update from our CFO on cost cutting where we were admonished that we were wasting 18 minutes per meeting by talking too slow. If we trim that waste, we can all squeeze in one more meeting per day. And, to accommodate the additional meetings, they will redeploy the mothers' rooms as conference rooms (while showing someone putting a sign over the "Mothers' Room" sign that said "Milky Way Conference Room"). Snort.

velogirl said...

one of our teammate's boyfriend just sent me a photo of himself in drag......this could be a nice change.

CyclistRick said...

Where do I sign up?

Ippoc Amic said...

funny funny

marscat said...

Ha! as if...

Emily said...

I love the first day of April :).

lauren said...

i'll have you know that i picked out one of those dresses on one of those men in that picture.

Sweet Cheeks said...

Those colors are all wrong for their skin types!

If you're going to work with men, you're also going to have to get a stylist!

...and very clever April Fool's post.

gwadzilla said...

what is it with cross dressing and cross bikes?

Bess said...

Haha! Great meeting you at Cinderella, too! Go Velo Girls!