Cycle Chic – July 23rd CallOut for Models / Performers / Backstage Angels – We Need You


Cycle Chic is the Grand Finale to this year’s cycling festival– a bicycle fashion Show, conceived by ‘Belfast Rain’ artist Joanna Karolini. Carol Doyle from is producing the show and rounding up design led bike friendly clothes and the funkiest of cycle accessories. The show aims to maximise the impact of high-visibility accessories for cyclists, and shine a light on the great diversity and range of bike wear and accessories available on the market for cycling aficionados. 

Staged outdoors and as night falls on the Grand Parade on Saturday 23rd July at 10pm. Cycle Chic will inject some serious snap, crackle and pop into Cork Cycling Festival’s increasingly innovative and edgy programme of events. The show celebrates bicycle culture and stylish cyclists. Alongside fashion and bicycles. the show will feature the Re-Cycle Cinema – a human powered cinema, projecting images in the background. Onlookers can also get a smoothie from the bicycle power smoothie maker.

To make this a real spectacle, and to get tongues wagging,  we need some help.  We still have openings for some girls to model great looks. The fitting and rehearsal will include stage direction, tips and a workshop on cycling with style.If you would to do a performance or incorporate performance into modelling, we would love to hear from you and are open to suggestions. We can add some hi-vis elements to your costumes or style you.

Backstage Angels – You’re the People that make the show happen. We have space for a number of people to help with dressing, stage set up and other jobs to get an excellent show on the road. 

The festival is run on a voluntary basis. While we cannot pay, we can offer an opportunity to be part of a part of a unique and fun event and also provide distinctive images for your portfolio. We will also be doing some serious PR before and after the event. If you would like to feature  please contact Carol Doyle at 087 1360395  Or email 

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