I’m One Of Bike Biz’s Cycling Women Of The Year
I feel really honoured to have been named one of Bike Biz‘s Women Of The Year!
Cycling’s Women Of The Year list includes cycling industry bods, riders, organisers, campaigner, designers, bloggers and more, recognising s women in cycling who’ve made a splash, contributed something special or helped out behind the scenes. Alongside me, you’ll spot some seriously badass ladies such as Manon Carpenter and Nicole Cooke MBE, so given the calibre of the other women on the list, I feel very honoured! Head over to Bike Biz to read the whole list and find out more about the other ladies on the list or pick up a copy of the magazine to read the feature in its entirety. But for now, here’s my section:
Rider and Coven founder
Fuelled by a dissatisfaction with the lack of titles aimed at her demographic, Juliet Elliott founded Coven magazine, mixing sports, artists and photography, covering a range of sports. In addition to running the popular mag, Elliott also blogs at www.bikes-n-stuff.com with inspiring cycle stories. Elliott has also found time to campaign for equality in cycling on issues regarding pay and coverage and helped with the creation of womens categories in races. A former pro snowboarder, Elliott is now a sponsored cyclist too.
A massive thanks to Bike Biz for including me, and an even bigger thanks to those who nominated me.