Women In Bike and inclusion

The Royal Spanish Cycling Federation, with the support of the Higher Sports Councilcontinues to take steps in its firm commitment to make cycling a more inclusive sport, both at a competitive level and at a leisure and sports level. In this latter sense, women cycling has once again witnessed a new women’s meeting that has had the presence of Ángela Domínguez, a cyclist with a disability who has been able to enjoy, together with a group of bicycle enthusiasts, a bike ride through Fuenlabrada (Madrid) that has been collected in the next video.

The meeting is framed within Women In Bike, the program of the Royal Spanish Cycling Federation whose objective is to promote women’s cycling at a leisure and sports level so that more and more women join the practice cyclist in Spain In the same way that it was already held a meeting with Inma Martínezwho pedals in a tandem because she is visually impaired, Ángela, who does so using her handbike, is the star of a new video that exposes that there are no barriers to enjoying cycling.

“Cycling mainly gives me freedom, it is the only way in which I feel completely independent. I fully enjoy cycling with my handbike, and you set the limits yourself”has pointed out Ángela Domínguez, who also highlights the capacity of sport and cycling as a tool for inclusion: “I value cycling as a tool for inclusion very favorably. You can find places and get to places that you couldn’t get to in another way and with another sport”. “Cycling are values: improvement, wanting to go further, building community… Once we go out to shoot we are all partners, we are all a team and that is the best inclusion tool there is ”, The participants in the meeting also pointed out.

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