Ceri Dipple joins CAMS-Tifosi as team mechanic


It’s International Women’s Day and we are really pleased to welcome another talented woman to our team as Ceri Dipple joins us as team mechanic.

Ceri joins the team just as we are about to head off to The Healthy Ageing Tour in Holland; the first race the team has been able to attend since February 2020. Ceri might be familiar to some of you as she won Cycling Woman of the Year in the 2018 BikeBiz industry awards for the impact she had made on the cycling industry that year as part of her work founding independent bike shop, Twenty3c in Milton Keynes.

On joining the CAMS-Tifosi team she said: “I’ve followed the team’s progress since inception, so when the opportunity to become part of the staff came up, I couldn’t turn it down. I look forward to getting stuck into some early racing (from the comfort of the car!) and keeping the bikes on the road.

”Our latest addition to the CAMS-Tifosi UCI Continental team is just the latest in a team of women who not only race the bikes but run the team too. We recently announced Emma Trott and Jenny Gretton have joined the team in senior management roles as Sports Director and Assistant Sports Director respectively. Both have a huge amount of racing experience and cycling knowledge.

We also have team Communications Manager Helen Bridgman who works to enable us to give the fans the best view from inside a professional women’s cycling team. All of the women working make the work the riders have to do when they are racing just a little bit easier and more successful. Their combined skills and professionalism help the CAMS-Tifosi team be the best it possibly can be.