Coronavirus, an update from Active Cornwall

#ThisGirlCan Cycle in Cornwall with the launch of Breeze

Breeze

British Cycling's Breeze programme aims to get more women into riding bikes for fun!  The programme is being launched in Cornwall as part of Sport Relief and This Girl Can.

More Breeze Champions have recently qualified so there are now 16 across Cornwall regularly organising rides throughout the week.  Breeze Champions are a network of passionate and enthusiastic female volunteers organising fun, free, Breeze bike rides.  Rides go at a speed that suits everyone, and often start or finish at a cafe for cake and a chat.

Tammy Corney one of the Breeze Cycling Champions in Cornwall said 'We are excited to celebrate the launch of the Breeze Network Cornwall and encourage females to be more active by cycling.  These rides are a wonderful chance to meet new friends, have fun and experience the beauty of Cornwall'

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Natasha Howard from the Cornwall Sports Partnership said 'Cycling is a great activity for everyone to take part in, but research shows that many females prefer to cycle in women only groups. So with the network of qualified Breeze Champions now extended across Cornwall there will be more opportunities for ladies to take part in cycling in their area.'

The rides linked with Sport Relief are on Saturday 19th March 2016 at the Camel Trail.  Two rides are available a 14 mile or 36 mile round trip meeting at the Snail's Pace CafĂ©, Wenford Bridge, Bodmin.

Find your nearest Breeze Ride in Cornwall at www.getactivecornwall.co.uk/breeze