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An evening with Ayesha McGowan and Jools Walker

Ayesha McGowan discussed the world of racing, representation in cycling and more with Jools Walker to a crowd at 49 Old St. on Monday 23rd July. WATCH or LISTEN back to the panel via facebook or Wheel Suckers Podcast. 

A vivacious and engaging speaker, Ayesha wants to bring her message to as many people as possible, encouraging them not only to pursue their own cycling ambitions, but also to support others in working towards theirs. Jools is a London cyclist, blogger, presenter and soon-to-be published author. Together they discussed not only Ayesha's developments, but their own journey, thoughts and issues of being a women of colour in the cycling industry. 

WATCH

The facebook live video of the night here: https://www.facebook.com/1ookmumnohands/videos/2609401702419398/



LISTEN

To the audio via the Wheel Suckers Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/wheelsuckerspodcast/live-panel-an-evening-with-ayesha-mcgowan-and-jools-walker


THANK YOU

To Ayesha and Jools for taking the time to sit and discuss these topics. Thanks again to everyone that joined us on the night, via the stream, and anyone that takes the time to listen back or watch this discussion.
 

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In London, white men continue to make approximately 75% of cycling trips. Tiffany Lam created the Mind the Cycling Gender Gap zine to amplify the voices of women cyclists and to generate a wider public dialogue on making cycling more gender-inclusive. Listen / Watch back the panel she held alongside the zine launch at 49 Old St on 8th May. 

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