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Megan Giglia MBE

Development Officer

Megan became heavily involved in cycling following an acute brain haemorrhage in January 2013, taking up cycling to assist in both her physical and psychological recovery, unlocking a hidden talent. This led to 8 successful years as an elite para-cyclist, racing both women’s Track and Road events and becoming a Paralympic Champion winning the 1st Gold medal of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, 3 x World Champion and 4 x World Record Holder.

Prior to Megan’s success in cycling, she worked in the care, sports and education sector, having also trained as a Bikeability instructor and cycling coach, working closely with SEND and children in care, focussing on inclusivity as a whole. Megan now uses her professional and personal experiences to captivate, educate and motivate others from all walks of life being a leading Ambassador and Patron for multiple charities and now taking on an exciting role in the development team here at the Bikeability Trust to continue working towards the vision of everyone having the opportunity to gain such an important life skill with confidence which is inclusive of everyone.