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Cycling Mums Australia: The mum inspiring women to take to the road — on two wheels
The lycra-clad crowd that rolls into a coffee shop for a post-ride caffeine hit is usually dominated by men — but thanks to cyclists like Natalia de Clercq, women are increasingly taking their place in the coffee queue.
Ms de Clercq and her friend Kass Cartia founded Cycling Mums Australia in early 2016, when they struggled to find a training space they felt comfortable with after having children.
The pair saw the need for a place for women, and mums especially, “who wanted to carve their own way into cycling, because it’s been male-dominated for so long”.