In March 2013 British Cycling announced an ambition to get one million more women on bikes by 2020. Since then over 800,000 more women have been encouraged to take up cycling, however two thirds of frequent cyclists are men (compared to countries like Denmark where male cyclists account for 47% and female cyclists 53%).
They are determined to narrow this gender gap and find our millionth woman, before going on to inspire even more women to be regular riders.
The #OneinaMillion campaign is all about supporting and encouraging you to choose cycling – at whatever level – by tackling the common myths and misconceptions which prevent women from reaching their cycling potential.
Come on ladies lets get peddling !