Boost your bike confidence with British Cycling's new campaign
Feeling nervous about getting on your bike? Want an opportunity to cycle with friends? British Cycling has launched Breeze, a nationwide network of bike rides, designed to get more women cycling regularly. Led by women for women, Breeze bike rides are local, friendly and informal, ideal for busy mums and anyone who hasn't been on a bike for a while.
Breeze offers flexible and accessible opportunities to ride a bike with a small group of women. The casual rides, which are organised by local Breeze champions, are free and open to women of all ages and abilities.
The first Breeze bike rides start in June 2011 and roll out in towns and cities across England over the following months. As part of the programme, British Cycling will train and support 1,000 local Breeze champions: female volunteers who will then be able to add their riders to the Breeze network.
To find a Breeze bike ride in your local area, or to find out how to become a Breeze Champion, visit goskyride.
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