Since it’s inception, Bike Pure has grown to become the world’s largest independent anti-doping organization.
Riders and fans across more than ninety countries have joined our efforts to help repair our damaged sport. Everyone has a part to play in cleaning up cycling.
Bike Pure was conceived by it’s co-founders Myles McCorry and Andy Layhe out of the doping scandals that tarnished the 2007 Tour de France.
The Bike Pure blue wristband, Bike Pure droplet and Bike Pure headset spacer have become a symbol synonymous with clean, pure sport.
Bike Pure is a not for profit organisation. We survive through the sale of products which go towards keeping our ethical sporting message strong.
FREE resources to educate cyclists, ensuring that we can continue our profound message of promoting honesty and integrity in sport to a wider audience.
Andy began cycling aged 14. As a junior he represented TeamGB at the cyclo-cross World Championships finishing in 13th place. He also finished 3rd overall in the European Cyclo-Cross Series, scoring top 5 results in Italy, Spain and the UK. He was Junior Division road race champion and won the UK National Trophy Junior Series overall. At under 23 level, Andy raced at semi-pro level with the Dawes mountain bike team in the UK. Andy also won the Northern Ireland Elite Cyclo-Cross title in 2005 and represented Ireland at the Elite World Cyclo Cross Championships in Tabor, 2010.
Andy has a clear passion not only for cycling but also for fair, honest sport. He sat on the groundbreaking Change Cycling Now panel in London and continues to race, coach and is still active on the cycling scene.
Drop Andy an email, he’ll be delighted to answer any questions or queries you may have.
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