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The Widger Spoke Easies

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Club Information

Club type: Club
Affiliated: 31/12/2019
Affilation status: Active

Total club members: 78

About our club

The Widger Spoke Easies was originally founded as a facebook community group in the Summer of 2013 by Tamasine Corney and inspired by British Cycling's Breeze Network for Women. Three years on and our numbers continue to grow with five registered Breeze Champions encouraging women to get out on bikes and enjoy themselves. We try and cater to a cross-section of women age 18+, offering a minimum of three ride ability groups on club days from gentle introductions through to faster paced, road bike routes. 2016 saw a host of our faster women register for race licences with British Cycling and throughout the year we have a strong attendance at local sportives. We have a great sense of self sufficiency and camaraderie and we cycle from a number of different start locations peripheral to Launceston. We cycle for fun, we cycle to get fit, we cycle to meet new friends, we cycle to justify eating cake and some of us cycle to get faster. All you need to join us is a bicycle, a sense of humour and some spare time.

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Club contact: Miss Nicky Osborne
Email: Email the club
Postcode: PL15 7SY

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We are open to

Female Cyclists
Novice riders (rides up to 1hr)
Intermediate riders (1-3 hrs)
Advanced riders (rides 3hr+)

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