Brightwayz founder Alison Holland is named by Cycling UK as one of this year’s Top 100 Women in Cycling.
“It’s been such a busy year for us all at Brightwayz - staff and volunteers - with setting up the Kettering Cycle Club, developing our active travel hub in Kettering town centre as well as the work on public engagement on local walk and cycle plans with North Northamptonshire Highways . We are now even busier running our Bikelife funded cycle training for adults and our Get Down to Town Kettering project. So it’s really nice for me to get this recognition - which I consider shared with and earned by our whole team.”
Thanks to Lauren at Cycling UK East Midlands for the nomination. We look forward to working with you more to help more people discover the joys of everyday cycling.