Championing The Cause of Women’s Cycling

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  1. July 1, 2018

    […] involvement with Breeze is helping to support women in my local area and beyond to get on their […]

  2. July 15, 2018

    […] are all sorts of ways you can enable more women to cycle. Get involved with Breeze. Get involved with Belles on Bikes. Offer to take your friend / neighbour / colleague for a cycle. […]

  3. September 29, 2019

    […] now there is also a job that I love, a growing passion for fixing sad bikes, volunteer work as a Breeze Champion, the Parent Council School Travel Group and a novel in […]

  4. May 10, 2020

    […] This is not the first time that cycling’s male-dominated image has infuriated me. […]

  5. May 31, 2020

    […] as a Breeze Champion I speak to women for whom coming along on a led ride has started or re-ignited a love of cycling. I […]

  6. June 7, 2020

    […] cycling. I am passionate about getting more women cycling; leading rides for women as a Breeze Champion, organising women-only road bike coaching sessions, working with mums at my childrens’ […]

  7. July 27, 2020

    […] in women’s cycling in the past few years. But there is still a long way to go. We need to encourage more women to get out on a bike at all […]

  8. January 9, 2022

    […] is something I enjoy. I am fortunate enough to be a member of a fantastic cycle club, and to lead Breeze rides to support women to cycle, and I have met some wonderful people through both kinds of rides. […]

  9. January 23, 2022

    […] also lead Breeze cycle rides for women. Often the women who join these rides are new or less experienced cyclists, or they are […]

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