Image courtesy of the Breeze Network
To mark International Women’s Day, a discussion of women in cycling, from bygone days of the Rational Dress Society of the late Victorian era to Britain’s twenty-first century successes in competition on the track and on the road. With all the progress that’s been made, we ask why women are still three times less likely to ride bikes than men. Jen Kerrison and Jack Thurston are joined by Ann Kenrick, a trustee of the London Cycling Campaign
and Natalie Justice of the Breeze Network
at British Cycling.
The Cycling to Suffrage exhibition at the Women’s Library in London opens on 21st March.