CYCLING; Chatteris Cycling Club celebrates increase in number of ladies riding
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Chatteris Cycling Club is celebrating having increased the number of ladies riding in the group.
It follows the success of the club’s ‘Pink Ribbon Ride’ which took place in July.
The event was intended to raise money for Breast Cancer Care and to encourage local women of all abilities to get on their bikes.
Now, it’s part of a national initiative by British Cycling - who’s ambition is to get one million more women on their bikes by 2020.
Louise Smith, of Chatteris Cycling Club, has become a Breeze Champion.
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She said: “The rides we offer are fun, free bikes rides as well as plenty of support and inspiration for women of all abilities across the Fenland area.
“There are numerous benefits of riding including exercise, fresh air, friendship and a sense of wellbeing.”
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The rides take place every Thursday at 6.30pm meeting at St Peter’s and St Paul’s Church in Chatteris.
For more information visit www.letsride/Breeze.co.uk or www.chatteriscyclingclub.com
The group can also be found on Facebook by searching Chatteris Cycling Club (Community Group).