Do you love cycling for fun and meeting new people? Are you passionate about getting your local community on a bike? Then become a Breeze Champion!
Welsh Cycling has confirmed more Breeze Champion training days in September, helping to get more women on their bikes. Breeze Champion training will be held on Saturday 19 September at Marsh Tracks, Rhyl and Saturday 26 September at Sport Wales National Centre, Cardiff.
After a successful pilot in South East Wales, Breeze Network has now extended to cover all corners of Wales. With the support of Sport Wales, SheCycles Wales, Welsh Cycling's women's cycling programme, is aiming to provide 10,000 opportunities for women and girls to cycle by 2018.
Breeze offers women flexible, safe, accessible and fun opportunities to ride a bike as well as training and support. The rides are organised by British Cycling trained local Breeze Champions; female volunteers who lead the cycle rides, and aim to fit around busy work and family lives, they are free, friendly and open to women of all ages and abilities. Find your local Breeze ride.