Become a Breeze Champion with British Cycling

Women's Cycling: How can you get involved?

We want to change the culture of cycling and get one million more women on bikes by 2020

Whether you're a total beginner, looking to ride more regularly, or enjoy organising your own social rides, we have loads of ways to help you get cycling.

Our women's strategy

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Rider progression: Where do you see yourself?

Beginner

New to cycling? Find out how you can get involved and about our women's specific cycling programmes.

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Developing

Looking to explore the different cycling disciplines, find a club to help you develop, or simply further increase your confidence on a bike?

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Progressing

Looking to improve your times or to set your next personal cycling challenge?

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Performance

Discover how we ensure that all riders with the talent to succeed at the highest level are given the support they need to fulfill their potential.

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Need some more inspiration?

Accredited marshal: Helen White

With a great knowledge of cycling Helen jumped at the chance to become a British Cycling accredited marshal – a role which helps to safeguard cycle racing on Britain’s roads.

Read her story

Nutritionist: Lauren Delany

Lauren is the Great Britain Cycling Team’s performance nutritionist. She helps to ensure that our riders fuel and recover effectively, maximise training adaptations and reduce illness and injury through nutrition and food.

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Great Britain Cycling Team: Emily Nelson

As a member of British Cycling's Olympic Development Programme, Emily was crowned the junior team pursuit world champion in 2013 at the Sir Chris Hoy velodrome in Glasgow

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Club riding: Penge Cycle Club

A community-based club, Penge Cycle Club is run by volunteers and offers rides for adults, children and families of all abilities.

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Breeze: Women-only bike rides

Women-only clubs and groups throughout the country are thriving, with ladies of all ages discovering or rediscovering a love of life on two wheels.

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Cycling coach: Jessie Ansell

One of the brightest young coaches in the sport, Jessie Ansell was nominated for the Heather Crouch Young Coach of the Year prize at the 2016 UK Coaching Awards.

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Breeze: Amsterdam ride

Five days, over 300 miles and several very determined Breeze riders. Read Vanessa’s diary of ‘Operation Tulip.

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British Cycling member: Ceri Baker

Ceri began road biking to support a bereaved friend in completing the Dartmoor Classic in June 2013.

Read her story