Interview: Amanda Tanfield – When Ladies Do DH

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We’re now well underway with our series featuring inspiring women (and those that inspire women) in MTBing. If you’ve missed the interviews so far, you can read about HopeTech’s Rachael Walker, Campbell Coaching’s Ally Campbell and DH hero Pat Horscroft. This month we’re featuring Amanda Tanfield, the force behind Ladies Do DH in and around the Forest of Dean, and the inaugural Ladies Do DH Mini race on 15th July. First of all, an introduction from nominator Helen Roddis. Helen: “[Amanda] set up Ladies do DH back at the end of 2016 with the sole aim of encouraging more ladies...

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