BBC Radio Five Live - Making cycling more diverse

Activity: External talk or presentationInvited talk

Description

Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by a plethora of guests to look at the lack of diversity in one of the traditional Olympic sports – cycling.


Dr Marlon Moncrieffe, who has written extensively on the subject of black cyclists in Britain, joins Eleanor as they speak to people who are changing the face of the sport.


We hear from triple Paralympic cycling gold medallist Kadeena Cox and Women’s UCI professional cyclist Teniel Campbell.


We get a grassroots perspective from Women of Colour Cycling Collective coach Alison Wood, and British Cycling’s delivery director Dani Every.


Plus Aimee Fuller takes a trip to Lee Valley Velo Park to find out about a new initiative aimed at getting more children from diverse backgrounds on bikes.
Period21 Oct 2021
Held atBBC, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational

Keywords

  • Cycling
  • Ethnic Diversity
  • Inclusion
  • Black people