2017 EVENT DATES
*** THE 3rd WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH ***
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
COME GRAB A COFFEE AND HANG WITH US.
NO RSVP IS NECESSARY - JUST BRING THE GOOD VIBES!
WED | AUG 16 | 8-10PM
267 RUE SAINT ZOTIQUE OUEST
MORE ABOUT #THEMOTOSOCIALMONTREAL
With our vision set on building community and building camaraderie, we've joined forces with the rad crew behind ONELAND Magazine in Montreal. Together with founder Charles-Édouard Carrier, Co-Founder Catherine David and their team, Guillaume Tellier and Roxanne Bergeron we will continue hosting our monthly events and bringing the community together in Montreal. Come hang with us!
We're MORE ABOUT THE PEOPLE.
MOTORCYCLES ARE THE COMMON THREAD.
Our vision for #TheMotoSocialMONTREAL is the same as all the other cities. "To build community and to build camaraderie." Since the beginning we've worked hard to create an event that was more about the people than the bikes themselves and an event that helped people connect with one another. We wanted to create an event that made our big cities feel a bit smaller and got people excited about seeing one another. Having hosted TheMotoSocial in Toronto now since 2013, we're starting to see new friendships forming as well as a real positive shift in the culture of our Toronto community. There's a real sense of unity being felt across the city and we want to create that environment in every major city around the world. That's really what we're all about and what we're hoping to cultivate in the city of Montreal.
ROXANNE & GUILLAUME
COMMUNITY HOSTS of #THEMOTOSOCIALMONTREAL
I learned to ride from people much older than me. Their outlaw attitudes and their style was initially what intrigued me. It was their awesome stories and that spirit of brotherhood that I had never felt so strongly before that helped me see beyond just the initial image. These people helped me discover a universe where our common love of the motorcycle and mutual respect for others is really all that matters. Today, I ride a Harley Sportster and a Triumph Bonneville. I created ONELAND to contribute to the motorcycle scene, to build the community, to inspire adventure, and passion for motorcycling. I am a journalist. My life revolves around words, travel and music.
I work as an actor, as a screenwriter and as an interactive media consultant... And I've always had a hard time writing my own bio. I was born in Montreal, but I grew up on the South Shore. That's maybe what drove me to travel and explore so much. I've travelled all over the world, in all possible forms of transport. But, since the bike landed in my life in 2009, it has never really left me: from the East coast of the United States to Mae Hong Son Loop, Thailand. With ONELAND, I'm rediscovering the essence of what led me to travel: the road that unfolds, meeting others, laughter and the stories that follow.
I'm hyper curious, excited and interested in everything. After collecting a handful of theatre and design diplomas, I started my business in communication. The first time I sat on the back-seat of a motorcycle, I knew instantly that I would one day own my own. Four years later, I started racking up the kilometers and riding to various moto events. From there, I co-found ONELAND and began sharing my adventures in Revolution magazine. I am a proud Montrealer: proud of the openness and multiculturalism of our city and proud of the motorcycle scene that's developing such a strong sense of community and camaraderie.
I am a sommelier, waitress and wine merchant. I've been working in the culinary industry for over 15 years and it was my parents who shared their love of the road with me. I've been riding for 4 years now and I've been around bikes since before I could even walk. I spent my childhood running around the race track watching my father race speedway on the ice and dirt. Motorcycles represent freedom, crazy encounters, community and diversity. TheMotoSocial reminded me how perfect cafe's are for people to connect and build camaraderie. In short, I find this inspiring and "brew"tiful to be involved in.