Introducing Mani Arthur and the BCN
Hello, I'm Mani Arthur, founder of the Black Cyclists Network (BCN), a London-based cycling club predominantly comprising Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) riders. Our mission is to create pathways into cycling for the BAME community, fostering an inclusive environment for riders of all backgrounds.
Addressing the Diversity Gap in Cycling
The Challenge of Representation
BCN's Role in Fostering Inclusion
The Solution: Cultivating Interest and Providing Support
Empowering BAME Cyclists
Partnership with Science in Sport
A Collaboration for Change
A New Era in Cycling
The Black Cyclists Network is more than a cycling club; it's a movement towards inclusivity and diversity in a sport that has long been homogeneous. With the support of organisations like SiS, we are not just breaking barriers but also building bridges, creating a cycling community that truly reflects the diversity of our society.
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