Series of Mountain Bike Rider Development sessions 7 of 7

Go-Ride , Cannock – Tuesday, 02 Sep 2014

Event Details

Event URN:

346418

Start Date:

Tue, 2nd Sep 2014

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Cardinal Griffin Catholic School, Cardinal Way, Cannock, Staffordshire, WS11 4AW
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Event Overview

Rider Development session. Mountain bike specific, improving rider technique and ability. Flat pedals must be worn. £4 per session for non British Cycling members, £2 per session for British Cycling members

Open to riders who are 14 to 23 year olds male and female. Must have own bike and helmet.

Women 23 years and older can also come along as part as a Women's only initiative

Info for Riders

Rider Development session. Mountain bike specific, improving rider technique and ability. Flat pedals must be worn. £4 per session for non British Cycling members, £2 per session for British Cycling members Open to riders who are 14 to 23 year olds male and female. Must have own bike and helmet. Women 23 years and older can also come along as part as a Women's only initiative


The Rides

Date Start Ride name Classification Band Rider Cat Ride length
2/09/14 19:00 Cardinal Griffin MTB development session 7 --- --- --- 02 hr

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Ride Cardinal Griffin MTB development session 7
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Tue 02/09/14 19:00 --- --- 02 hr
Entry: On Day: (£4.00)
Ride Cardinal Griffin MTB development session 7
Tue 02/09/14 - 19:00
Duration: 02 hr
Rider Cat:
Entry: On Day: (£4.00)

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