About Me

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I’m an NCTJ Journalist and the Editor at Total Women’s Cycling.

I’ve been working in the cycling industry for around 4 years – having been Marketing Coordinator and Social Media/Content Editor at Evans Cycles. Previous to that I was a Journalist, working on a local newspaper.  I’ve written for a variety of titles on a freelance basis, too.

I got into cycling when I entered my first triathlon in 2010. I now race time trials, but I’ve had a go at crit racing and I enjoy  the odd CX ride plus track training at Herne Hill as of late. I blog to record the activities in my life which I don’t want to forget when I’m old and wrinkly (let’s hope the internet never melts down – but it seems safer than a notebook) – to let old friends and family know what I’m up to, and because I enjoy playing with words.

Email: michelle.arthurs@gmail.com

Twitter: @RideWriteRepeat

There are 3 comments

  1. Anuj Agarwal

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