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Condors women's membership trebles!

Clickety-click, women’s membership reaches 66!

After doubling our female membership in 2015, we are pleased to announce that the trend has continued and we have now trebled that number to an impressive 66!

Already boasting a place in the Bike5050's women friendly list, women make up around 40% of the Condors membership base, and the racing hasn’t stopped just because the sunshine has. Swapping slicks for nobblies, our esteemed Prezza Chezza and Becci Curtis and have been braving the rain and mud to try out cyclocross - read Becci’s report of her first race in the Wessex Cyclocross League here.

Women’s road racing starts again this weekend at the Abingdon Airfield Winter Crit Series, and we’re proud to have three Condor ladies signed up for the first race. Check out the women’s section of the website, and get in touch if you’re interested in racing!

The summer sessions were a massive success and helped us reach out to lots of female riders around Oxfordshire. Another course is planned for the spring to get more women on their bikes in time for the summer! Keep an eye on the website for details…

We'd like to say a big thank you to all club members, both male and female, for creating such a welcoming environment for new riders - we really are the friendliest club in Oxford!

Last modified on February 20, 2016
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