Rebecca Charlton

about

Rebecca Charlton is a TV presenter, journalist and author. Rebecca has written two books on cycling with Bloomsbury and can be found presenting and commentating on channels including Eurosport, ITV4 and Sky's Bike Channel UK. As well as contributing to a number of monthly magazines on all things fitness Rebecca is an event host and public speaker. She regularly hosts large-scale stage Q&As such as the Program film premier at the Barbican with director Stephen Frears and journalist David Walsh, The NEC Cycle Show alongside Ned Boulting, The SBRT Expo with Mark Foster and The London Bike Show.

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 wealth of knowledge on the sport. And with experience in writing for a number of women's magazines and national newspapers Rebecca is at home presenting a vast range of features. For all work enquiries please contact Emma Wade | Bespoke M emma@bespoke-m.com

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writing

Rebecca 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. Fitter, Further, Faster is a complete guide to how to prepare for road riding and sportive events aimed both at first timers and those more experienced. Organised around a six-month timeline that shows readers how to prepare for an event, it looks at training plans - for speed, endurance, pacing, technique and attitude on climbs - leading up to the event itself and subsequent effective recovery. It covers diet, how to cope in all weathers, the rules and etiquette of road riding, the mind, the body, coping with injuries and breakdowns and on-the-bike nutrition.

Showcasing some of the best sportives in the world, the book is filled with high-quality photographs and illustrations, along with case studies and personal accounts from leading riders. Available now from Amazon, Waterstones and Bloomsbury Books. 

This book isn't like other cycling books. It s not designed to help you shave seconds off your time trial, help you corner like a pro, or eat a like an Olympic athlete. It s not trying to get you into racing, nor make the next Tour de France rider. 

What it will do is show you how to choose the right bike, what to wear, how to cycle safely so that you will feel confident making cycling part of your everyday life and how to keep your bike going. But as well as this, you will learn how to use the bike as a fitness and wellness tool - to make you slimmer, fitter, healthier and altogether happier. You'll feel better about yourself and have more energy throughout the day, increase your productivity, happiness and reduce stress. On sale April 10 2014 & available from Amazon, WHSmiths and Waterstones.

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04.07.16

Rebecca is available for live event hosting and Q&As.

She hosted The Program Film premier with Director Stephen Frears and Journalist David Walsh at the Barbican in London, when the long-anticipated screen adaptation of the Lance Armstrong story was released, featuring Ben Foster.

04.07.16

Rebecca is currently presenting the Motorpoint Grand Prix series for Eurosport.

Image courtesy of Hugh McManus.

01.01.15

Rebecca has been providing track-side interviews for the Face Partnership Revolution Cycling series, produced by Cyclevox and broadcast on Channel 4.

She joins Matt Barbet, Sian Welby and a host of Olympians to bring cycling fans the latest action from the velodrome.

01.01.15

Rebecca has been providing track-side interviews for the Face Partnership Revolution Cycling series, produced by Cyclevox and broadcast on Channel 4.

She joins Matt Barbet, Sian Welby and a host of Olympians to bring cycling fans the latest action from the velodrome.

01.01.15

Rebecca has been providing track-side interviews for the Face Partnership Revolution Cycling series, produced by Cyclevox and broadcast on Channel 4.

She joins Matt Barbet, Sian Welby and a host of Olympians to bring cycling fans the latest action from the velodrome.

contact

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emma@bespoke-m.com

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