Rebecca can be found presenting and commentating on channels including Eurosport and ITV and regularly on YouTube and other digital platforms. She is regularly a presenter for Road CC, including regular cycling brand updates, reviews and online content pieces and was previously the face of both the Bunnyhop (an online series following the women’s peloton) and also the Zwift Academy show YouTube. Rebecca has worked on ITV’s coverage of the Women’s Tour of Britain to date and also a reporter on the Tour of Britain.
As well as contributing to a number of magazines on all things fitness and cycling, including the record-breaking Rouleur Issue 101, Rebecca is an event host and public speaker. She regularly hosts large-scale stage Q&As at events such as Rouleur Live, The Cycle Show and other live events.
Rebecca also made her debut on BBC Radio 4 in 2018 hosting a well received Food Programme edition at the Giro d’Italia discussing rider nutrition with team chefs, riders and nutritionists. Rebecca has featured in TV adverts for British Airways, Dell and Samsung as well as modelling for sports magazine covers.
Having raced in several disciplines of competitive cycling from a young age Rebecca brings a particular wealth of knowledge on the sport. She has co-written two cycling fitness books with Bloomsbury and is regularly on-hand for advice, on getting started and improving general fitness, for a number of national magazines and newspapers.
After sharing the news that she was expecting her first child, Rebecca has been behind the development, an in front of the camera for the Bump and Ride series with Road CC, documenting her pregnancy journey and sharing valuable experiences.
Rebecca has also used her extensive cycling knowledge to mentor corporate teams to take part in events such as Ride London and to undertake motivational speaking opportunities, and also been a key chaperone rider and motivator on charity rides such as London to Paris.