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Black Cyclists Network

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Biography

Black Cyclists Network (BCN) is both a competitive race squad and one of the fastest growing cycling clubs in the world. Founded in 2018 by competitive cyclist Mani Arthur, the club is designed to encourage people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds to get into the sport. Having established their first race squad ready for the 2021 season, BCN are also on a mission to encourage diversity in cycling by helping to dismantle the barriers which currently exist for people from BAME backgrounds from the grassroots up. BCN is a progressive and inclusive community consisting of cyclists of all backgrounds, united by a mission to disrupt the cycling industry for the better.

Team Highlights

2018 BCN founded by Mani Arthur
London, United Kingdom
2019 First British Cycling diversity report published
2020 Competitive Race Squad established and registered with UCI
London, United Kingdom

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