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Turning the Cogs survey: How to build cycling diversity and inclusivity

Turning the Cogs survey: How to build cycling diversity and inclusivity

“Turning the Cogs is a project looking to understand how to build greater diversity and inclusivity at cycling events, further enabling the full spectrum of…

Monday, May 30

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“Turning the Cogs is a project looking to understand how to build greater diversity and inclusivity at cycling events, further enabling the full spectrum of riders to be welcomed at the start line.”

The research project, launched by Wendy Ellis and Hetty Key , aims to help build a broadly sourced data set from which to gain insights which enable more riders to experience and participate in cycling and cycling events.

The survey – which can be found here – is actively seeking input from ‘all folks and spokes’.

With the launch Turning the Cogs Wendy and Hetty are extremely keen to hear from those keen to make change in this area: Cyclists

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Media For brands or organisation interested in this research, the results, or its promotion, there is also an opportunity to connect with the team conducting the research. What we are doing: We believe that change should be based on data. And that to have a real impact, we need to understand exactly what riders are experiencing. Our survey aims to reach a minimum of 3,000 riders who already enjoy cycling as a regular pastime. We particularly want to hear from those who are part of an under-represented area of cycling (hint: if you are asking yourself if you’re under-represented, it’s probably not you); however, we are open to everyone’s thoughts and opinions. Why this is needed: Cycling has taken off in recent years, bringing many of us joy mentally and physically. However, despite the rapid growth on […]

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