For the past couple of years I have been making an attempt to get up to speed with inclusivity in cycling. I have been most interested in female equality perhaps because I want the best for my daughters and I have been interested in black and minority ethnic groups (BAME). This has links to my 20+ years living in Africa and witnessing first hand inequality due to ingrained white privilege. And no I didn’t live in South Africa. I listened to a really progressive podcast by Look Mum No Hands today and wanted to share it with you. https://www.lookmumnohands.com/events/diversity-in-cycling It really was a breath of fresh air and I learned a lot. Download it wherever you normally get your podcasts from. The previous episode has 3 young guests. Two young white men and a young Indian woman who is the youngest RTW female cyclist to date. The difference in maturity, and culturally cemented white privilege was all too obvious. I was embarrassed by and for the young men and in awe of the young woman. She was streets ahead on every level and had the grace of a very wise person. You need to listen to the podcast and make your own mind up. I want to support diversity in cycling. What can I do as a 45 year old, white male do to support the progression of diversity?