Lynney Biddulph

Lynney is one of the UK’s top female long distance endurance athlete ever!  Since an early age she could be often found trying to keep up with her father, John Taylor out on the bikes for the odd few miles, since then she has become a true superstar of the sport.  Ever passionate and willing…

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Jasmijn Muller

  After many years of just riding her bike as a means of transport, Jasmijn started cycling competitively in 2012. Having initially tried her hand at a few closed circuit and road races, she discovered in 2013 that timetrialling was really her strength. That year she rode 252.6 miles in her first 12-hour TT and…

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Dr Helen Eborall

Helen bought her first bike when she finished her PhD and moved to Cambridge in 2004 (you can’t really live in Cambridge without a bike…) She joined Cambridge CC, soon becoming social secretary and enjoying long club runs and commuting. She got hooked on TT-ing through the Cambridge CC club evening TT series, winning the Cole Cup (women’s TT trophy)…

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Clare Campbell-Smith

Clare bought her first road bike at the age of 41 with view to doing a sprint triathlon or two to fight off the onset of old age – thought it might be a bit embarrassing to compete on a rusty mountain bike with a baby seat on the back.  Previous road bike experience was…

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Libby McLaren

After spending a long time obese and incredibly unfit Libby decided a lifestyle change was needed, she initially joined a gym and after a while trained as a gym instructor.  In 2010 she left the fitness industry and then in 2011 got a bike on the cycle to work scheme and decided that she really quite liked…

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Sue Semple

In 2006 I was encouraged by a friend to participate in a charity bike ride, 76 miles! Dusted off my never ridden bike and started practicing. Amazed that I actually survived I joined a club and began riding regularly. In 2007 my husband introduced me to time trialling and in 2008 my racing began. I…

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Dr Katja Rietdorf

Katja always enjoyed cycling as a mean of communting in her home town of Berlin (Germany). She started doing sportives in 2010, which back then always were a kind of ‘long-distance pub crawl’. She found her real passion for speed and cycling longer distances whilst living in Worcester, Massachusetts – a fabulous area for cycling.…

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Ally Torode

A chance conversation with Steve and Lynney Biddulph in January saw Ally’s return to cycling after a 25 year absence.  Ally is Mummy to two girls (2&9) and wife to Mark, she had been quite useful on a bike as a Junior and so a cheap bike was purchased (just in case she remembered why…

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Chris Melia

Even before joining the team, Chris always described herself as someone who was ‘born to bike’. One of her earliest memories, at the age of three, is of riding up and down the road where she lived, determined to master the two wheeler bike that was so big she had to stand to reach both the pedals…

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Hollie Owens

Hollie initially started swimming competing at county standard but was inspired by London 2012 to try out cycling. After being lapped numerous times in her first race by a group of 10 year old’s she made the decision to train harder and “beat the boys”.  She competed in circuit races and track omniums for a…

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Jacqueline Hobson

I learnt to ride a bike age 15, my dad bought me a bike, I had it for 3 months and like all bikes on our estate it was stolen. At school I swam, I was my sisters pacer but on the whole I was the dumpy one that was picked last being completely uncoordinated.…

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April Lewis

April started to ride a bike at an early age as a means of getting from A to B independently; “I grew up in the country, we had buses twice a week and my parents were very busy working full time and running a farm”. After a series of sedentary jobs she got back into…

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