Women urged to get on bikes

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WOMEN are invited to follow an Olympian’s inspiration and get on their bikes.

Breeze Rides, a national initiative to get more women cycling on the roads, has organised a ride from Haskins garden centre, in West End, to Hamble, the home of gold medallist Dani King, on Friday.

The ride – 14 miles there and back – starting at 9.30am, will run mainly on the roads, but will also include the cycle way in Hamble and finishes at the golden post box in Hamble, painted in Dani King’s honour, at 11am.

You must book your place in advance by going online to goskyride.com/breeze.

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9:09pm Mon 3 Mar 14

Drhysted says...

ChopStick wrote:
Why are people encouraging woman to cycle.. Cycling can cause a miscarriage in pregnant women and can damage a woman's chances of conceiving.. Also the roads are dangerous enough for men let alone women.
Really think you should check out the facts regarding cycling and pregnancy before you type!
[quote][p][bold]ChopStick[/bold] wrote: Why are people encouraging woman to cycle.. Cycling can cause a miscarriage in pregnant women and can damage a woman's chances of conceiving.. Also the roads are dangerous enough for men let alone women.[/p][/quote]Really think you should check out the facts regarding cycling and pregnancy before you type! Drhysted
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