GB cyclists front #OneInAMillion campaign to improve ladies’ biking by 1 million by 2020

Laura Kenny, Lizzie Deignan, Sir Chris Hoy, Elinor Barker and Joanna Rowsell Shand are only a some of the world and Olympic cycling champions to participate a bunch of ‘real ladies’ in supporting a long-standing campaign which is designed to slim the vast sex biking space to get one million more females on bikes by 2020.

Our latest research demonstrates that two thirds of frequent cyclist in Britain are males (69%), in comparison to nations like Denmark where male cyclists take into account 47% and female cyclists 53%.

There’s also a disparity that is vast self- self- confidence amounts amongst people, with over six in ten females (64%) saying they don’t feel confident riding their bicycle regarding the roads (26% greater than guys) and an identical number claiming that infrastructure (63%) and motorist behaviour (66%) doesn’t cause them to feel safe (17% and 13% greater than guys, correspondingly). Continue reading GB cyclists front #OneInAMillion campaign to improve ladies’ biking by 1 million by 2020