Sarah Storey

Now Britain’s most successful Paralympian, the swimmer-turned-cyclist first competed at Barcelona in 1992 aged 14.
“It’s the dream I didn’t have coming true."
"I never set out on this journey to be Britain’s greatest Paralympian, but to match the best man and to have more other medals is just a dream come true."
Paralympian Sarah Storey reveals the tough decisions she has had to make as the first British Cycling programme rider to have a baby.
'The best sessions are when I’m being challenged to break new ground.'
Many people say every day is a cycle to work day, so use Cyclescheme to help get yourself up and running and start tomorrow! Once you get your two wheels you won't want to go back.
Bradley Wiggins winning the Tour de France. Andy Murray's maiden Grand Slam. Pretty much every 'high profile' gold at the Olympics and Paralympics, including those of the aforementioned 'Wiggo' and 'Muzza'. What do all of these have in common?