Spokeswomen

Women’s cycling pages, empowering women through the bicycle.

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ACTIVISM Bristol Bike Project – Freedom of Movement Fear of Cycling Feminism and Cycling, the “Untrammeled Woman” Femme Pedale Social Movements and the Bicycle The 56a bike blog The 56a bike workshop Vélorutionary? BIKE BLOGS Cycletopia Femme Pedale Grease Rag Ride & Wrench Help! My chain came off TeamGlow Womens’ Cycling Network The 56a bike blog BODY AND HEALTH Bump…

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Spokewomen London

Monday night at London Bike Kitchen is W.a.G. night (Woman and Gender-variant). WaG is a dedicated space for women and gender-variant people to fix their own bikes, with mechanics on hand for help and advice. We also run (mixed gender) introductory courses (on other days) for people who are very new to bike mechanics, or want to refresh their skills. WaG includes…

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Spokeswomen Oxford

Rides – it goes without saying really, cycling is what we are all about. We want to bring women together to enjoy the freedom and power of being on two-wheels.  We do not as yet have a regular schedule but details of ad-hoc rides will go up as and when. Also check out all-women cycling club Isis Cyclists Beryl’s Night – a womens workshop…

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Spokeswomen Leeds

Pedallers’ Arms Part of the spokeswomen project, Pedallers Arms is a DIY bike workshop where you can come and fix your own bike, with help on hand if you need it. Pedallers is really women friendly but also has a Sunday session for women/trans – 3rd Sunday of the month Women’s cycle training – on road cycle training for women by…

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Spokewomen Newcastle

I heart bikes – Bike mechanics courses for women, run by women. Run on Saturdays throughout the year. Contact . Women’s cycle training– on-road cycle training for women from the perspective of a woman. Currently we are working on a project with JET, Re-cyke Y’bike, Northumbria University and Newcastle Science city. This project focuses on engaging women from black and minority ethnic backgrounds in…

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