Emma is proud to be sponsored by the following companies and brands
Norwegian Geotechnical Institute is a leading international centre for research and consulting within the geosciences. NGI develops optimum solutions for society, working in the sectors of environmental engineering, natural hazards, offshore energy, building, construction, and transportation.
Emma’s partnership with NGI stems from her masters and doctoral studies in geotechnical engineering, and allows her to combine consulting and research in geotechnics with her training and racing schedule. Emma is proud to be associated with NGI, whose name is synonymous with passion, teamwork, excellence and achievement on the international stage.Visit Website
Bond build full custom geometry and custom color aluminum frames, using the highest quality materials available to create the prefect bicycle frame for each rider. Bond's proud focus is on precision engineering and customer satisfaction.
Emma's partnership with Bond started in 2017. She will race on fully custom geometry (and colour) road and TT bikes. Emma's partnership with Bond means that as a smaller-than-average cyclist (1.57m “tall”) she can ride a bike that fits her slightly unusual geometrical requirements. Bond are true cyclists themselves, with a passion for helping others to find the perfect bicycle frame.Visit Website
Equipment & performance sponsors
Emma chooses to train and race with the best equipment and support
Supported charities & organisations
Emma supports the following charities and organisations
World Bicycle Relief believes in a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, healthcare and economic opportunity. Their mission is to provide sustainable, appropriate bicycle transportation to mobilise and empower individuals and communities so they can travel to schools, clinics and markets.Visit Website
Emma has been a decades-long supporter of Amnesty International, the world's largest grassroots human rights organisation. They investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilise the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world. The organisation received the Nobel Peace Prize for its life-saving work.Visit Website
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