Join Velocio for coffee, pastries, a pop-up store, and four days of riding, all based out of Michelin-Starred chef Matt Accarrino's new restaurant Mattina.
Award-winning chef Matthew Accarrino is opening a new restaurant in the heart of the Filmore Neighborhood. Mattina will serve coffee and baked goods in the morning, then switch to dinner service in the evening. In other words, a cyclist's paradise. For the first Ride Series, that’s where Velocio will be setting up home base.
Best known for his ten-time Michelin Starred restaurant SPQR, Accarrino also has a serious cycling habit. Accarrino, a Velocio Ambassador, is as dedicated to riding as he is to good food. If the Michelin Guide had cycling awards, he’d have one of those too.Register
Stop into Mattina for a coffee and a pastry, and look through Velocio's latest products, with the new S/S '23 apparel on display and available for purchase.
Wake up early and meet at Mattina for a tour of San Francisco. By the time you return, the café will be open for all your coffee and pastry needs.
Rides are estimated to take 1.5 to 2 hours.
Meet at Mattina for a coffee and grab a pastry for the road. The 8:30 AM ride will take you to some of the most beautiful places in the Bay Area.
April 29: Four-hour ride with a pit stop at Marin Service Course
April 30: Three-hour ride