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Alison Abrahams

Casual Cycling Club leader

Biography

Alison joined one of the first “WMNride rides” in Brussels in 2019 just after getting her first road bike. She clung onto the back of that ride and was happy just to make it to the end! But she was straight away hooked on the feeling of flying around the countryside with a group of strong women and knew she’d be back for more. She loves that group riding pushes her to go further, faster whilst also being fun and sociable.

Alison is passionate about increasing participation and diversity in women’s cycling. She is constantly inspired by seeing other WMNriders challenge themselves, whether they are going out on their first group ride, or completing a superhuman challenge! Together with Marie she is leading the Casual Cycling Club, an initiative to help more women ride – no matter the fitness level, body-size or bike.

In short

  • Discipline: road
  • Favourite piece of asphalt: cycling paths next to rivers
  • Favourite climb: the hills near my hometown in the Peak District in England
  • Favourite cobbles: None! Avoid wherever possible.
  • Favourite pitstop food: banana bread with oats and pecans
  • Targets 2021: to get faster at climbing and more confident at descending hills.