Everything tagged with International Women's Day

Blog post: Ladies! Win a Champneys Spa Day

In celebration of International Women's Day, Saturday 8th March 2014, London Cycling Campaign is asking all of its female members to bring a fellow woman cyclist to join the organisation, and you will both be in with a chance of winning a Spa Day,...

Blog post: International Women's Day 2014 - Inspiring Change

International Women's Day is an annual event and this year, Saturday 8th March sees various groups around the world celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. 2014's theme is 'Inspiring Cha...

Blog post: Heather Irvine

Heather Irvine has recently been appointed as Editor for Total Women's Cycling. Prior to her role over at TWC, she has written for The Times. Heather’s main passion lies in adventure racing which can require long stints in the saddle a...

Blog post: Sarah Morpurgo

Sarah Morpurgo runs The Bike Project and was awarded one of LCC's Community Cycling Fund for London grants. About Sarah .... I really love cycling, but I'm not a bike nerd. I don't remember my first bike, or learning to cycle especia...

Blog post: Dr Rachel Aldred

Dr Rachel Aldred is an elected LCC Trustee and Chair of its Policy Forum. She is a sociologist who lectures in Transport at the University of Westminster, her specialist research area being cycling. Her personal website can be found at rachelaldre...

Blog post: Lisa Eller

Lisa Eller is a member of LCC's local group, Newham Cyclists. My name is Lisa and I’m a gardener based in Forest Gate. I can usually be seen trundling my kit up and down the local streets in a shopping trolley with red roses stuck to the ...

Blog post: Kerena Fussell

Kerena Fussell is an LCC member and active campaigner for our local group in Newham. With International Women's Day this week, London Cycling Campaign are focusing on ladies who ride bikes. There are actually lots of us, although...

Blog post: Jenni Gwiazdowski

Jenni is founder and Director of DIY bike workshop, The London Bike Kitchen Jenni hails from San Diego, went to uni at Berkeley and graduated with a BA in Mass Communications. After working at an afterschool programme for disadvantaged kids in...

Blog post: Caz Nicklin

Caz is owner and founder of Cyclechic, an online retailer dedicated to providing women with stylish cycling accessories. Caz has been writing londoncyclechic.blogspot.com, packed full of cycling advice and style tips, for the past 7 years and rele...

Blog post: Cathy Bussey

Cathy Bussey is an author, journalist, mother and mad-keen cyclist. Her book, 'The Girl's Guide to Life on Two Wheels' was published in 2013 and she also contributes to a blog of the same name: Cathy is also guest columnist in this quarter's Lond...

Blog post: Ann Kenrick

Ann Kenrick OBE (@annkenrick) is Chair of the LCC, Founder/former Chair of the East Dulwich SRS Group and has written a book promoting cycling to school - 'Let me out! How to enjoy the school run'. She contributes to radio programmes on cycling an...