Cycling is a fantastic way to keep fit, commute to work or even explore the world from a different viewpoint. Cycling doesn't require any expensive equipment, simply a bicycle and protective gear. This actitivity gives you a freedom you cannot get when relying on public transport or driving your car. Although this activity is very widely participated in due to its convenience and excellent health benefits, we often find that the exposure of men's racing and clothing is very different to those catered towards women. In recent years we have seen this change slightly to see more women's only and inclusive bicycle races and events as well as mainstream and boutique clothing companies creating gear for ladies. This added inclusion is constantly growing and is leading more and more women to take up the sport as a hobby or competitively rather than just for commuting.
Therefore, within this article, we are going to see how this new movement is shaping the cycling community through the promotion of women's participation. So, if you want to find out how this much-loved activity is evolving or how you can get involved yourself, then keep on reading.