A former hill runner, Neah started cycling in 2013 and then began racing in 2014. Training at the Glasgow Velodrome, initially Neah was coached as a sprint athlete but the staff in Scotland quickly realised she had potential as an endurance rider. After an impressive race at the National Road Championships, Neah joined the Podium Ambition Pro Cycling team for the remainder of 2016 and dominated the racing at the Revolution Track Series during the autumn. Winning the UCI Omnium in both Manchester and London Revolution events, Neah was subsequently selected to race the World Cup for Great Britain in Columbia in February 2017. With a natural instinct for racing, a killer turn of speed and a never-give up attitude, Neah is a formidable competitor and looking forward to finding out more about her strengths as she races more in 2017. A qualified Vet, Neah worked full-time in the role until recently when she moved down to Manchester.