A surprising amount of women were keen cyclists as children but lost the love somewhere along the way to adulthood. Jemma Nimick is just one of these women but she has restored her love for the bike, and here she shares her top tips for picking it up again!
This year we’re proud to be supporting the Climate Coalition’s #ShowTheLove campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the ways in which all of us can do our bit to help tackle climate change and protect the places, people and sports we love.
After concocting a “crazy idea” of cycling 2500km from Calgary to the Yukon – over the Rocky mountains - a passion for adventure cycling was born!
For some women, getting out on the bike is more than just a hobby, it's an opportunity to confront challenges.
Getting into cycling introduces you to a whole new world of friends, fitness and freedom – but it can also throw up a few challenges along the way. Hear from the women who have already conquered these common issues and start revolutionising your riding.
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.
Barmby Moor cyclist Val French has been described as ‘inspirational’, ‘passionate’ and ‘exceptional’ after leading her 500th HSBC UK Breeze ride for women