Mhairi went to her first bike race when she was one week old. 54 years later and there aren’t many weekends when she hasn’t been at a race of some sort. Born into a cycling family - her father raced for 70 years - racing was their weekend family activity. She’s been running events for 25-30 years, and currently organises Fife’s midweek TT league. She volunteers as a timekeeper and TT commissaire all while working part time for the NHS and caring for her daughter. She was awarded Scottish Cycling’s gold badge of honour for work in 2017. In 2018 she was at 50 races through the season, and after this year was cancelled she can’t wait to get back to it in 2021.