Cycling for Women
Sport Cheshire have agreed that Chelford can be a hub site for the Breeze project.
Breeze is the biggest programme ever to get more women into riding bikes for fun. Breeze's aim is to help thousands more women feel confident and comfortable about going on a ride.
While cycling is becoming more and more popular in the UK, the proportion of women getting involved is actually declining. Breeze wants to change that.
They've spoken to lots of women and done research to understand the reasons why more women aren't cycling and these include lack of time, confidence and feeling safe riding a bike.
Breeze are trying to provide as many cycling opportunities possible in a nurturing and friendly environment. Currently they have almost 200 bike rides for women on a weekly basis.
The amazing Breeze champions organise fun, social, local bike rides for women. Rides go at a speed that suits everyone, and they often start or finish at a cafe so everyone can have a drink and a chat.
For more information on Breeze, click here
If you're interested in participating, contact us here
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