More than 15 girls experienced the joy of cycling, which is now challenging the beliefs of many misogynists who are running campaigns against the girls who simply wanted to ride their bicycles in Khyber-Landikotal.
The first-ever cycle camp for tribal women was established in the district of Landi Kotal’s subdivision of Tatara Ground,
A national female cyclist named Samar Khan who had competed in international competitions joined the event that was held under the auspices of Samar Camp.
The camp was attended by about a dozen female cyclists from different parts of the Khyber district.
The local community and media assisted in the organisation of the camps. The camp featured fifteen girls. Girls received bicycles and cycling instruction. Online photos of the girls having a good time at the cycling camp attracted media attention.
Samar Khan told the media that she and other female cyclists had enjoyed the movement and that it would inspire more women to join in the fun. The camp’s goal was to establish the Samar Female Cycle Club in Khyber and other mountainous regions to support female cyclists.
She continued, stating that tribal women possessed a wealth of talent but were unable to better showcase it due to a lack of facilities.
For a strong physique, Jemima, the camp’s local organiser, claims that women need sports just as much as men do.
According to her, the camp can aid in the search for talented female cyclists in Khyber.