Interview: Rachael Walker – bringing Hope to the masses.

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We hope that STW is pretty good at featuring female riders, heroes, and contributors in the same way we do men, but there’s always more that we can do. So, to mark this year’s International Women’s day, rather than a one off feature, we’re launching a new series showcasing inspiring women within MTB or people who have done lots to promote women riders and riding. But where to start? Tracey Moseley, Rachel Atherton, Missy Giove, Isla Rowntree…. Pleasingly the list of inspiring women is pretty long and there was a fair bit of debate who we should feature first. As...

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