Transgender riders are likely to be banned from competing in British Cycling women's events, according to reports. As per reports, Transgender women will be banned from competing in British Cycling's competitive women’s events with changes that will see the men's category become an open one. The new change in policy will end transgender cyclist Emily Bridges' hope of competing in women's competitions. If reports are to be believed, only those born females will be eligible to take part in the cycling competitions. UK: Transgender Killer, Serving Life Sentence For Murder, Demands Sex-Change Operation.

British Cycling Bans Transgender Riders

Men's Category To Become 'Open'

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