For many children, learning to cycle can be their first taste of independence and an amazing confidence booster. Even for us grown-ups, cycling is still all about capturing that feeling of freedom and changing our perspective on the world around us.

That’s why we love nothing more than seeing what our members can achieve on their bikes! And how with each revolution of their wheels, they’re changing their own worlds.

So let’s celebrate each of these #LittleRevolutions together, whether it’s the first time they rode to nursery, or they’ve completed a charity bike ride - we want to share their stories with you all!

This month we’re super proud to share the achievements of three of our inspiring members:

"Finlay exchanged his bike for the next size up, just a week before his village's cycling challenge! After a day at school, he jumped on his Tour de France bike to compete.

For his age group (under-8's), Finlay was required to complete 1km, but he was not content with that! He continued to ride until he had completed the full 50km hilly adult’s course, adding an extra 2km to cycle home and complete a victory lap of his street at the end"!
Finlay's dad, Ben G.

1. What do you love most about cycling?

"I love the challenges on the trails when I am mountain biking. They are really fun and I love doing things that I think I can’t do."

2. Now you're officially a Bike Club Superhero, what's your superhero name going to be? 

"I will pick TrailBoy. My superhero power would being able to do backflips!"

3. Who's your favourite person to cycle with? 

" My favourite person to cycle with is my friend Amanda because she brings sweeties!"
 

4. What's the best breakfast to eat to make you go really fast on your bike?

"My best breakfast to make me go really fast is Weetabix and yoghurt mixed in!"

 

"Phew, what a day! So proud of my amazing Rachel. She raised over £900 to fund a bike and scooter shed at her school. 27 miles ridden. No punctures! Only 1 almost accident! Many ice creams consumed! Thanks for both your sponsor and making top bikes accessible to all."
Rachel's dad, Dan R.

1. What do you love most about cycling?

"You don't use as much petrol and you don't burn fossil fuels which is better for the environment. You get exercise and you can go to different places."

2. Now you're officially a Bike Club Superhero, what's your superhero name going to be?

"Ice Cream Unicorn Girl"!
 

3. Who's your favourite person to cycle with? 

"My Dad because he's really nice (and we get ice creams when we're on bike rides sometimes!)"
 

4. What's the best breakfast to eat to make you go really fast on your bike?

"I love to have waffles or pancakes with strawberries and maple syrup!"

  

"Oliver got his new bike from you for his 5th birthday. He used it to finish his 100 miles in 1 month in aid of Prostate Cancer UK! He absolutely loves it - thank you."
Oliver's mum, Amy McK.

1. What do you love most about cycling?

"I love cycling with Mummy and getting my strength up"

2. Now you're officially a Bike Club Superhero, what's your superhero name going to be?

"Speedy Flash"
 

3. Who's your favourite person to cycle with? 

"Mummy"
 

4. What's the best breakfast to eat to make you go really fast on your bike?

"Hmm I think .... croissants"

 

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