A group in Glasgow calling themselves the Hijabi Riders is introducing cycling to Muslim women who may never have laid their palms on a set of handlebars. March 21 2022 . See SWNS story SWSCbikes. A group of Muslim women who learnt to ride bikes as adults are challenging cultural stereotypes. The cyclists, who learnt to ride as adults, include around 20 women, of which only one does not wear the hijab. Founder Mahnoor Sultan Campbell, 59, learnt to ride aged 40, and set up the group to build the confidence of other women who had not learnt as children. The group, which was originally called Hijabi Riders but is now known as Women on Wheels, was founded in 2016 and initially had three members but has now grown in size.