Exploring why community matters, what really makes a cyclist & how we can push boundaries in cycling

We’ll be back: March 2024

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Join us for a full day of talks & panel sessions on Saturday 10 September with workshops, and women-led rides on Sunday 11th

Be inspired by our incredible speakers, meet amazing like-minded cyclists from around the UK & get practical advice about building inclusive cycling communities


Join us for talks, panels and conversation on the Saturday or make a weekend of it with rides and a lunch time social on the Sunday. Don’t forget you can camp for just £5 in our central Oxford campsite on Friday and Saturday nights.

Meet our speakers

We’re so excited to welcome our speakers and panelists:

Anisa Aubin • Biola Babawale • Cheryl Reid • El Jaskowska • Emily Chappell • Jenni Gwiazdowski • Jenny Tough • Jools Walker • Kitty Dennis • Mel Nicholls • Vedangi Kulkarni

Who should come?

The event is open to everyone who wants to build a more inclusive cycling world and be inspired by the stories of  incredible women. We welcome all women (cis and trans), non-binary folk and men.

We are focussing on creating a safe, inclusive space where all attendees feel comfortable to share ideas and engage in open discussion.


We have a tiered ticket scheme, allowing folks to pay what they can afford. All tickets give you access to the main day of talks on Saturday 10 September and a variety of rides on Sunday 11 September.

This is a not for profit event and any profits will be donated to our charity partner Wheels for All.

Our partners

Thanks to our wonderful partners:
RaphaKomootVelocity Cycle CouriersVelovixenCowley Road CondorsTrek Bicester

If you would like to support the event, please get in touch with Jo Lankester.

In support of
Wheels for All Oxford

Wheels for All Oxford provides cycling opportunities for adults (16+) and we aim to make it inclusive so it really is for ‘all’.

Some riders come with a carer or supporter; others are independent and come to the session on their own or with a friend. Some may be recovering from an accident or learning how to cycle with an impairment and want to try out a variety of cycles, including our e-bikes to see what best suits their needs; others come because they haven’t cycled for a long time and want to practice and build their confidence.

Some participants come to enjoy cycling with a friend or partner, especially if one of them is less able. Some come to learn to cycle and practice their skills in a safe, supportive environment or simply to enjoy riding outdoors in a traffic free space.

All our participants come for the fun, fresh air, and exercise.

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