Interview: Cycling UK’s Julie Rand – celebrating the good stuff

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For this month’s Inspiring Women interview we talk to Julie Rand, Cycling UK’s Volunteer Communications and Engagement Officer. Julie’s been mountain biking since before it was a thing, and her enthusiasm for women’s riding and mountain biking has helped steer one of the Britain’s key cycling organisations into supporting and promoting both. Over to her colleague Sam Jones for an introduction: “Julie is essentially our MTB guru at Cycling UK. I think I can honestly say that she’s the person who helped me make the shift off the road. I’d not have explored anywhere near as much of the south...

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