In the annus horribilis that has been 2020, cycling has had a relatively good year. When it comes to the number of people cycling, you might even say it’s been an annus mirabilis. An interesting time, then, to start work as the CEO of Britain’s leading cycling organisation, Cycling UK. Channeling the ghosts of Christmases past, present and future, The Cycling Europe Podcast asked Sarah about her background, her new role and her plans for 2021 and beyond. We also go back to the summer of 2020 and a visit to North Berwick in Scotland to talk to outdoors champion Suzanne Forup about some of her favourite places to explore north of the border. Plus: an update about episode 21 of the podcast, dedicated to the travels of the early 20th Century cyclist Maximilian J. St. George…
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Looking forward to listening to this on my drive to Wokingham on Monday morning
Really enjoyed this long form interview. Welcome to Sarah and good to see so much of what we worked for from 2008-16 with the charity move, equality and diversity, Big Bike Revival, Community Cycling Clubs, Four Nations approach and campaigns like Infrastructure Bill coming to fruition.
Thanks for the positive feedback David. I think she’ll be a great asset for Cycling UK in the future.