World Bicycle Relief

Singletrack Podcast 502 | World Bicycle Relief, 3 Peaks & eMTB battery range

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In this week’s episode Hannah gets to talk about her favourite bike related charity with chief exec of World Bicycle Relief. Chipps talks to the organiser or the recently cancelled 3 Peaks Cyclo-cross race about what goes on behind the scenes of this most iconic of offroad races.

And finally, Mark and Andi chat and go off on a bit of a rant about why the question of how far you can go on an eMTB is so common and why it’s also impossible to answer.



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Comments (2)

    The part where Allison from World Bicycle Relief said that the bikes helped prevent girls from being attacked on their way to school was shocking. £120 to stop that? Done.

    @brakestoomuch thank you. It is shocking. And it’s not just attacks – there’s other literature which talks about girls being talked into trading lifts to school for sexual favours. A bike stops that – and you can see in the pictures that they often carry friends or siblings on the back too. It benefits so many.

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