22 June 2016
Do you love cycling for fun and meeting new people? Are you passionate about getting your local community on a bike?
The Breeze network is British Cycling’s exciting programme to get more women riding bikes for fun. Led by women, for women, Breeze relies on a hugely important group of volunteer champions to make the programme happen. Their amazing energy, enthusiasm, passion and commitment to get women riding bikes is infectious – they bring the programme to life!
We’re currently looking to recruit new champions – there’s no need to be a cycling expert, just be confident on a bike and keen to help others. We’re looking for enthusiastic people to get involved in the Breeze network and inspire women to get more out of their bike, have fun with friends and get a recognised qualification at the same time.
Here Breeze champion Michele Radant shares her cycling story – her love of bike riding, why she became a champion and what it means to her.
To become a Breeze champion:
Champion training courses will be delivered from February 2016. We’ll be adding details of new courses over the next few weeks, so check back for more or follow us on Twitter for the latest information.
(click the links to apply via the British Cycling website)
If you live locally and can commit to leading rides from these locations then please get in touch to express your interest.
If there are no courses in your area or the course is full and you’d like to express your interest in becoming a champion, please complete our expression of interest form and email us: firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll keep your details on file.
Please note: places are limited, all completed applications will be submitted for review, and you will be notified by email if you have a place on the course. You will need to bring your bike to complete the training course.