Dales Cycles do a lot to encourage and support women’s cycling. It’s one of the reasons I love them. Having a female Managing Director shines through. Debbie Houston is passionate about women’s cycling and Dales Cycles host various events throughout the year to encourage women to get on their bikes. Tonight is one of them.
Their latest event is [ilink url=”https://ti.to/specialized-uk/where-it-begins” style=”note”]’Where it Begins’ [/ilink] organised by [ilink url=”https://www.specialized.com/gb/gb” style=”note “]Specialized [/ilink] and women will be shown all they need to know to start cycling – including the chance to try clip in shoes with the safety of a turbo trainer – which is a great idea!
I may be cycling the world but I’ve got my ticket to this event.
I can’t think of a better way to learn how to fix a puncture than with a glass of prosecco in hand!
And then of course … there’s the goody bag!
There’s still tickets to this event so bag yours now – [ilink url=”https://ti.to/specialized-uk/where-it-begins” style=”note “]Tickets “Where it Begins’ [/ilink]
Event Time – Tue 21st Feb, 6pm to 8pm
Event Location – Dales Cycles,150 Dobbie’s Loan, Glasgow G4 0JE, (0141 332 2705)
[ilink url=”https://www.dalescycles.com” style=”note “]Dales Cycles Website [/ilink]
[ilink url=”https://ti.to/specialized-uk/where-it-begins” style=”note “]Specialized ‘How It Begins’ Website [/ilink]
Ishbel, creator of World Bike Girl, has spent her life on bicycles, from road racing, to velodrome sprinting to cycling the world. She has pedalled across 20 countries solo and promotes commuting by bicycle. Much to the dismay of her friends, she is an avid wearer of socks and sandals.