HSBC UK Breeze offers fun, free bike rides for women of all abilities across the UK.

It doesn’t matter if you’re keeping fit, young at heart, wise beyond your years, or even if you don’t know how to change gears. Every woman is welcome on our HSBC UK Breeze rides.

You’ll discover new places. Gain confidence as a group. Make new friends. Do things you never knew you could. And have a lot of fun. That’s the power of riding together.

We know it's easier said than done, so our Breeze Champions will organise everything, lead the group, and make sure everyone stays safe. It’s free and it’s fun. All you have to do is sign up.

Bikes. Friends. With a strong chance of cake.


We are looking for hundreds of women across the UK to join our team of Breeze Champions and inspire more women to get fit, have fun and ride bikes.

As a Breeze Champion, you will act as an ambassador for the programme by raising awareness of Breeze and breaking down the barriers to cycling for women and girls, one bike ride at a time.

Our goal is to create a collective of strong female role models to become a driving force behind British Cycling’s wider ambition to get one million more women cycling by 2020. You don’t need to be a cycling expert, just be confident riding a bike and passionate about getting women and girls active.
By becoming a Breeze Champion, you’ll develop strong leadership skills and make new friends while improving your own health and fitness too. The assessed one-day course qualifies you to deliver guided bike rides for groups of female adults of all levels of experience and ability.

  • Official Breeze Champion kit
  • British Cycling Ride Membership
  • On-going support from British Cycling HQ to help you on your way
  • Exclusive industry offers and discounts
  • Plan and lead a minimum of 8 HSBC UK Breeze rides a year
  • Complete post ride admin on  
  • Promote HSBC UK Breeze and your rides on your own social media

Click here to download the full Role Profile

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