The past year has been an extremely triumphant year for Hannah, both on and off the bike.

Hannah who competes in the 4X version of the sport was invited to become a member of the Great British Cycling Team having only been riding in this discipline for 2 years.

Further success on the bike saw Hannah finish top two in the UK in the British Cycling 4X league in Elite Women and inside the top ten for the World’s Elite women. An outstanding achievement for somebody who is seen as a relative newcomer to this particular discipline of the sport.

Hannah also competed at the World Championships in 4X, where although not achieving the desired results it has given her the drive to train harder and overwrite this in the coming year.

Along with being an exceptional competitor and role model on the bike, Hannah works tirelessly when not competing to promote the sport and encourage young riders.

In her own words she said “I give presentations at schools on how a girl that was useless at PE, found a sport she loves, has reached the top stage and how you can do it without lots of money or a car!”

Hannah also works within the community and is the main organiser of Bewdley Bike Week being hosted during May Half Term.

Hannah is an exceptionally talented athlete and a great ambassador for the sport of cycling.