At a young age of 6, Ruby Isaac got her first bike and enrolled in a local cycling club. She has developed a passion and love for cycling ever since. The child prodigy runs a successful YouTube channel full of her daily adventures and cycling videos. She got invitation from the television program ‘Little Big Shots’ and got an opportunity to present her skills in front of Steve Harvey and millions of television viewers.
How Did Ruby Isaac‘s Cycling Journey Begin?
Ruby developed a passion for cycling at the age of 6. After watching Laura Kenny’s performance on the Velodrome during the Olympics, Ruby knew this is what she is passionate about and wanted to follow. Thus, she got her first bike and enrolled in a local cycling club. There, someone suggested to her the idea of trying rollers, and Ruby was quick to pick it.
She enjoyed practising on her Tacx rollers and started filming her adventures and tricks. Ruby’s enthusiasm and cycling skills won her a lot of online attention and admiration. She’s been sponsored by and has partnered with two of the most popular bike companies in the world.
More About Ruby Isaac‘s YouTube Channel
People know Ruby for her famous YouTube channel. Her cycling videos are much admired by her fans who love to follow her daily adventures. Most of her videos are natural in which she is tossing balls, jumping ropes, imitating Superman, and even baking pancakes while pedaling.
She is incredibly comfortable on her bike and sits on the rollers with ease. ‘Specialized’ was the first significant brand to sponsor her. She got a chance of interviewing some of the famous riders and also got an idea of the professional cycling world.
Her viewers and followers on Youtube are increasing rapidly. At the end of 2018, Ruby Isaac became the youngest advocate of the famous bike brand team ‘Trek- Segafredo’.
Current Success and Future Endeavours
Ruby Isaac has inspired a multitude of riders with her cycling videos and is part of Cycling UK’s 100 Women in Cycling 2019 list. She is an active cycling fundraiser and supports various charity events and noble initiatives.
In 2019, she participated in the Granfondo Stelvio in Italy and collected a considerable amount of money for World Bicycle Relief. Riders like Peter Sagan, Anna van der Breggen, and Lizzie Deignan inspire her a lot. She dreams of becoming a professional cyclist. Also, she aims to win a World Championship and participate in the Olympics one day.
Global Child Prodigy Awardee – Ruby Isaac
The Global Child Prodigy is the only organization in the world that recognizes the talents from various countries and backgrounds. The list of GCP awards includes children having extreme competency in their field of interest, such as painting, modeling, writing, entrepreneurship, martial art, music, social work, etc.
Ruby Isaac received the Global Child Prodigy award in January 2020 for her incredible cycling skills. Her name made an appearance in the list of the top 100 prodigies of the year. If you know someone close to you who deserves to be in the next Top 100 child prodigies list, make sure to click here.
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