Who are we?
In June 2016 we have formed a membership organisation, adopted a constitution and also have our very own committee.
Check out who is part of Women’s Cycle Forum Committee.
Suzanne Forup is Cycling UK’s Head of Development for Scotland and co- founder of the Women’s Cycle Forum. Suzanne was a keen cycle tourist and commuter before becoming a mum in 2011. Now cycling requires a completely different approach for Suzanne, mainly featuring copious snacks and Mr Elephant, her son’s favourite toy. Suzanne blogs about her family cycling adventures, documenting her family’s first cycle tour through the Netherlands this year. You can find her blog at http://www.backonmybikeblog.wordpress.com and follow her on twitter on @backonmybike
Sally Hinchcliffe is a writer and editor who escaped London in 2008 for the rural life in Dumfries and Galloway. She helped found the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain, and started her local cycle campaign Cycling Dumfries shortly after that. She is one of the founding organisers of Pedal on Parliament, the grassroots campaign for better cycling conditions in Scotland, and now, despite vowing to give up starting cycling organisations, helps organise the Women’s Cycle Forum after seeing too many all-male panels at cycling conferences. She blogs about life (with a bit of cycling) at Town Mouse and tweets about cycling (with a bit of life) at @sallyhinch.
Both Sally and Suzanne were named among the 100 most influential women in cycling in BikeBiz’s women of the year list, 2015