Named one of Bike Biz’s ‘Most Influential Women In Cycling’ and a ‘Woman To Watch’ by YouTube, Juliet Elliott is a former model and pro snowboarder turned cyclist, who is professionally supported by Assos, Vans, Tribe and Fox.
Her blog, Bikes N’ Stuff has been awarded ‘Cycling Blog Of The Year’ and was listed as one of the top 10 bike blogs by Cision, among others. Juliet also founded celebrated women’s action, art and adventure magazine Coven Magazine and she contributes to numerous national and international publications.
Juliet works closely with British Cycling as an accredited coach and mountain bike leader and she has also joined BC’s women’s mentoring initiative. She runs clinics and rides from her base in the South West and she is a former committee member of Mid Devon Cycling Club and TQ3 Riders.
I’m passionate about communicating the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
Juliet said: “Cycling makes me feel good in so many ways. I love to explore, to push my limits, to ride fast, to progress and to better myself. It's just so satisfying! It can also be relaxing; it calms my mind, gives me clarity and focus and just generally gives me a great sense of wellbeing.
“I enjoy being a multi-discipline cyclist. I compete in road, track and mountain bike races and have a particular love of racing international fixed gear criteriums, such as the infamous Red Hook Crit series.
“I love what I do and I’m passionate about communicating the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.”
Juliet was nominated for 100 Women in Cycling by Linda Carruthers, who said: “Juliet is so motivated and inspirational with all her cycling activities.
“She encourages me to get out on my bike and to try different aspects of cycling that I hadn't even thought about.”
What is 100 Women in Cycling?
Cycling UK’s 100 Women in Cycling is an annual list celebrating inspirational women who are encouraging others to cycle.