You may have seen my post a while back launching the Lucy's Life and Bikes Collective. To summarise, this will hopefully grow into a women's cycling group, but for those who aren't afraid to cover a lot of miles. Deciding to launch the cycling group is what led me to wanting to design custom kit we can wear when out on rides, which is when I approached No Pinz to help create it.
Next up in my series of interviews with female cyclists is Becca. A junior cyclist from Yorkshire who races for Racescene Female Development Academy. A team that helps develop young riders to potentially go on to compete at international level by creating links with continental cycling teams. Competing in road, time trial and cyclocross, I find out how Becca got into cycling.
You shouldn't worry if you're not best in the group because if you keep going you never know, you might be World Champion!
Cycling adventures are getting longer, so there comes a time when the three pockets in the back of your cycling jersey aren't enough. Most cycling bags on the market appear fairly dull, but this is where Wizard Works burst into the industry with their bold designs to help you be more self-sufficient when exploring new places by bicycle.
Cycling 100 miles is something many cyclists aspire to if they're not professional, so I thought I'd share some tips that helped me complete my first 100 mile bike ride.
As technology progresses we have more and more fitness data available to us from taking part in a sport. 'If it's not on Strava, did it even happen' being a phrase regularly thrown around the fitness world.
Cycling 100 miles is the equivalent of a runner wanting to run a marathon, yet 80 miles on a road bicycle was the closest I'd ever got. I was hoping to have completed some sort of training for it, but when they announced Wales was re-opening, it was a now or never scenario. Ride the … Continue reading My First 100 Mile Bike Ride
Women's cycling is on the up, but finding other women to cycle with isn't the easiest of tasks at times. You turn up to your local club and find you're in the minority. I know there are some fab cycling clubs out there, but I haven't managed to find one yet where I'm not outnumbered.
Trawling the internet for a foolproof skin care routine can leave you more confused than you were originally. When you add on the fact you spend most of your time outdoors doing sport, your DIY skin care routine might just not cut it anymore. You might just be able to ditch the make-up too.
Every female has to deal with their cycle and doing sport at some point in their lives, but it's not something that is openly spoken about.