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If you want to get in touch with me feel free to send me an email at nicola (at) womenwhocycle (dot) com. You can also follow me on Twitter @womenwhocycle or ‘like’ my page on Facebook – Womenwhocycle.

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  • Nicola
    Great effort on the blog, it is interesting and entertaining, Remy and I had a great time running into then travelling around the TDF in 2010 with you guys and im so impressed with your page, most importantly it gives good ideas for me to continue encouraging Remy to ride, hey there is a new idea for you for a blog and a constant topic of my mostly male peleton “How do we encourage our ladies to join us on the bike”, Remy has got a great new bike that has only been used 4 times over the last year and all the gear, i figure constant nagging wont work, just encouragement and trying to highlight the benefits of doing something together, i did stuff it by making our first ride a 40km effort and prob lost her then at that rooky mistake, oh well, ill let you know if i have success, best to you and Phil

    • Hi Brendan. Nice to hear from you. Thanks for the feedback. I agree that female participation in male dominated peletons is a constant challenge. I try and encourage other women but writing about my own experiences in a very honest and open way. If I can ride a bike then anyone can. Up until three and a half years ago I was the least ‘sporty’ person I can think of!!! Perhaps Remy might consider doing a bike skills course. I wrote a blog about a woman named Tanya Saad who runs bike skills courses back in October and she’s based in Canberra. Her website is I agree that nagging definitely won’t work.

  • Nusha Kerin (lavender)


    great job – setting up a website dedicated to women’s cycling and covering a range of topics from the pro women’s peloton to recreational and amateur athletes.
    Its about time there was exposure of women in the sport.

    Well done – your website was a nice (accidental) find on a web search.


  • Hi Nicola I recently purchased a Specialised Ruby Pro which came with disc brakes and have now discovered I can’t ride with some clubs in Adelaide as they don’t allow bikes with disc brakes. Do you know if this will change in the future. And is this Australia wide. Really disheartened after spending a lot of money and being told I need to buy another bike.
    Looking forward to hearing your views on this. Thanks

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