Alice began her sporting career as a runner, but a combination of injury and inspiration from the London 2012 Olympic road race saw her switch discipline to cycling.
In 2017, she broke the 12-hour time trial record, formerly held by the legendary Beryl Burton and a record that had stood for 50 years. She has continued to clock up excellent performances, with medals at wins at competitions including the 50-mile and 100-mile National Championship events again setting a new record.
With her repertoire expanding to cyclocross over the winter season which makes training and racing a year-round experience, monitoring how her body is responding to these activity levels becomes even more important.
Alice credits Forth Edge with helping her maintain a good level of health that allows her to train hard to achieve her goals while avoiding fatigue and ensuring her body is getting what it needs nutritionally.