Girls-Only Races a Priority for British Cycling in 2015

Incentives will be offered by British Cycling to clubs hosting girls-only events

Photo: British Cycling

This year, the Go-Ride Racing programme in the UK will shine a spotlight on Go-Ride Racing events that include a girls-only race, by offering clubs additional resources and support. To celebrate racing for girls, British Cycling are encouraging clubs to either host a girls-only race within an existing event of host a dedicated event for girls.

The incentive? All those keen to organise a girl-only event will receive an additional set of prizes for the races.

In full support of the initiative is Laura Trott, double Olympic champion and world champion: “There has never been a better time for women’s cycling, with major international events inspiring women and girls to get on their bikes.

“Go-Ride Racing events hosted by clubs provide young girls with the perfect environment to don their first race bib, have fun and test their race skills.”

This year, Go-Ride Racing will once again provide clubs with bespoke prizes for delivering series of two, four or six events all year round.

To find out more, visit the British Cycling website.



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