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BREEZE RIDES from Trisports

Free refreshments at the end of the rides. Please bring a spare inner tube suitable for your bike and a pump that correctly fits to the valve of your inner tube. Pumps and inner tubes are available at Trisports for purchase.

Book your place now:

Tuesday 26th September:  25 Mile

Tuesday 10th October:  25 Mile

Tuesday 24th October:  25 Mile

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British Cycling’s Breeze is the biggest programme ever to get more women riding bikes for fun and fitness. Our amazing Breeze Champions are helping thousands of women feel fitter and more confident on a bike.
• Rides from 3 miles to 30+.
• All ages and abilities welcome.
• Friendly and supportive.

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Bev Graham, Breeze Champion, outside Trisports with some of her Breeze riders.

 

 

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Rocking the Breeze Mitts.

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Meet Bev Graham Trisports Breeze Leader. Bev has been leading Breeze Rides on a regular basis from Trisports for over a year & other Breeze rides throughout Hertfordshire.

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What is Breeze all about?
British Cycling’s Breeze network is all about enjoyable, local bike rides for women & a  whole range of support, training and other opportunities too. The Breeze network is the biggest programme ever to get more women into riding bikes for fun.

  • We’ve have lots of rides taking place in Hertfordshire. Getting involved is easy, just visit www.breezebikerides.com
  • Breeze bike rides are led by women, for women.
  • The Breeze network is informal and social. It’s led by women volunteers.
  • Breeze bike rides are free and they’re happening all over England right now.
  • Breeze is part of British Cycling’s commitment to getting more women into riding bikes.

What made you become a Breeze Leader?
There was a link On the work place challenge website (an exercise based competition for any workplace to enter, points were turned into prizes and awarded to individuals and teams/workplaces with the most points)  asking for volunteers to become a Breeze champion.
I had been considering doing some voluntary work and this sounded right up my street as I love cycling & I enjoy meeting people. I have the communication skills required for this sort of thing as I am also a qualified ski instructor and I felt I wanted to put something back into the sport of cycling that I love.
It was either this or work at an animal rescue centre but I figured that would be too dangerous As I’d want to take all the animals home.


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