HSBC UK Breeze – British Cycling’s programme to get more women out cycling - has become a very big part of my life over the last few years.
I was on a year traveling Australia in 2014 when I bought my very first road bike. At the time I was also around 30kg heavier than I am today. But as soon as I got on that bike I loved it.
So much so that she has spearheaded a project to fund the entry of 100 female riders for the forthcoming HSBC UK | National Cyclo-cross Championships.
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Ahead of the Tissot UCI Track World Cup in London this December, we got the inside scoop on what it really involves being a elite track cyclist from two-time Olympic champion and Breeze Champion Joanna Rowsell Shand.
Barmby Moor cyclist Val French has been described as ‘inspirational’, ‘passionate’ and ‘exceptional’ after leading her 500th HSBC UK Breeze ride for women