Pepper Place’s very own Ignite Cycle and FarmStand by StoneHollow Farmstead are each celebrating ONE YEAR of business this March! We are thankful that these tenants chose the creative district as their home a year ago and encourage all of you to drop in for a visit this week. Both founded by female entrepreneurs, they are movers and shakers not just in Pepper Place, but in the Birmingham Community.

Ignite Cycle was founded by Tiffany Martin and is Birmingham’s only boutique cycling studio. Martin has made sure that people don’t just leave with a good workout, but they also leave with connection and community. This is accomplished through intentional business practices that create a contagious, positive culture for riders.

FarmStand by Stone Hollow Farmstead is owned by mother-daughter duo Deborah and Alexandra Stone. This outpost of Stone Hollow Farmstead has the city’s best small-batch goods, groceries and gifts. We consistently find ourselves going in there for the best gifts, home decor and dinner inspiration. Their weekly CSA program does not disappoint either.

These two entrepreneurial businesses wouldn’t be able to do what they do best without the support of this incredible community and each and every one of you. So from the bottom of our hearts, thank you!

We invite you to celebrate with them this month!

Join Ignite Cycle for:

An ULTRA Rave Ride // Friday, March 6 – 5:15pm
Live DJ Rides //Saturday, March 7 – 7:30, 8:30, 10, 11, and noon
PARTY TIME // Saturday, March 7 – 6-9pm
Team Teach Rides // Monday, March 9 – 5:30, 6:30, 4:45, 5:45, and 6:45

Join FarmStand by Stone Hollow Farmstead for:

a Bayou Gourmet Pop-Up with local seafood specialist & owner Ryan Taylor // Tuesday, March 10

Pop-up with Marble Creek Farmstead // Tuesday, March 31st