We are members of:
We have received support and advice from:
Bike things we like in Oxford:
Oxonian Cycling Club – a sociable club for all ages and abilities with organised races, training, recreational rides, audax and sportifs.
Isis Cyclists – Organised bike rides for women
Cyclox – The voice of cycling in Oxford, join the movement!
Oxford City Council – Council website dedicated to cycling and walking
Bike projects we like elsewhere:
London Bike Kitchen – an open DIY workshop where you can work on your own bike instead of giving it to someone else (great idea!)
Bristol Bike Project – a comprehensive Community Bike Project, repairing and relocating unwanted bicycles
Look Mum No Hands, and London Bike Kitchen host monthly women of colour cycling meetups at their shop/cafe in London (now happening online), as a casual space for women of colour who enjoy cycling. For more info visit their events page here.
Bike blogs we read:
Ayesha McGowan, the first African-American female cyclist in the professional peloton, blogs here.
Diary of a New Cyclist, Sarah Berry blogs on all things active travel and starting to ride a bike around London as a woman.
Jools Walker, author and cycling blogger. Read her work and follow her work. She blogs as VeloCity Girl, here.
That Emily Chappell – modern cycling legend (and Sam’s big sister) on couriering, racing and epic adventures on two wheels
Gears for Queers – all things bikes, zines, queers, mental health and more.
We love following Yewande Awesida, London-based track cyclist and ambassador for SRAM and Specialized.
Long-term Spokie volunteer Kat Young’s blog, Attitude over Ability
Bike Snob NYC – Systematically and mercilessly disassembling, flushing, greasing, and re-packing the cycling culture
London Cyclist – A great blog dedicated to cycling in London and elsewhere