Category: Wheels

A Land For Everyone

On Scotland’s Highland hills, Hannah Bailey and Lyndsay McLaren skateboarded like no one had ever done before, breaking stereotypes, barriers and expectations along the way, that not only exist within skate culture, but the outdoors too

By Hannah Bailey

Rapha Women’s 100

The Rapha Women’s 100 is back, and bigger than ever. Cyclist Lindsey Walker tells us what life on two wheels means to her and how the W100 is all about celebrating women in cycling and going the distance together

By Alice Barraclough

Dropping In

Tracie Garacochea is a force of nature. She’s a true trailblazer for adaptive sports and proof that whatever your age or disability, skateboarding is for everyone

By Glorious

Art On Wheels

Kayla Buium’s distinctive, colourful street art gained extra traction when she discovered roller skating; we discover how her two passions collide

By Amy Sedghi

Athena Skates

“When boys and girls support each other that’s when the magic happens.” The women taking up space with a Greek roller skating revolution

By Alex King

The Girl On A Bike

Pushing the sport to the extreme, Vanessa Ruck’s love of motorbikes and tough races is taking her all over the world. We chat to her about Harleys, happiness and where she’s off to next

By Rachel Ifans

Paris-Roubaix Femmes

We talk to photographers Jojo Harper and Ashley Gruber and find out the lengths they go to in order to get their coveted shots of the notoriously tough Paris-Roubaix Femmes cycling race

By Amy Sedghi

Need For Speed

“Initially, I was just worried that it was going to be another gimmick,” says racing driver Abbie Eaton about the W Series. Instead the new female-friendly races gave her good results and helped her on the path to success

By Katy Fairman

Summer of Love

Is the summer of love making a comeback? We speak to LA skateboarding crew GRLSWIRL whose style may evoke the 70s, but whose values remain timeless

By Sophie Wilson

Fast Friends

Two friends and two Guinness World Records. Turns out camaraderie is the real secret to becoming the fastest human on a bike

By Tomi Otekunrin