Womens Rider Development Session / Mums & Kids

Go-Ride , Middlesbrough – Monday, 14 Aug 2017

Event Summary

Event Overview

Fundamentals of Cycling for Mums & Kids 

Women & Girls Rider Development sesssions provide dedicated coaching for people wanting to improve their cycling performance whether that is to ride further faster and more often with family and friends or to win bike races. Using traffic free facilities Go-Ride Coaches will help riders:

  • Ride with friends and others of similar ability
  • Develop bike handling techniques
  • Learn about group riding techniques and etiquette
  • Practice racing and learn about the demands of cycle sport
  • Develop cycling fitness

This session is based on the Middlesbrough Sports Village cycling circuit and starts from the real basics of cycling with the aim of being able to comfortable ride with others and develop basic skills such as cornering, braking, accelerating, negiotating obstactles, riding one handed.

You will be challenged both physically and technically in a safe and supportive non pressured environment. Non British Cycling Members are welcome to attend the first 2 sessions, after which you are encouraged to join British Cycling to continue to benefit from these sessions and additional benefits - https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/membership 

Event Details

Event URN:

411825

Start Date:

Mon, 14th Aug 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Middlesbrough Sports Village, Alan Peacock Way, Middlesbrough, TS4 3AE
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Entry close date

Sun, 13th Aug 2017

About the Event

The Rides

Womens Rider Development Session / Mums & Kids AM Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 14/08/17 10:30 --- --- 01 hr 30 mins
Entry: On Day: (£5.00)
Mon 14/08/17 – 10:30
Womens Rider Development Session / Mums & Kids PM Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 14/08/17 13:30 --- --- 01 hr 30 mins
Entry: On Day: (£5.00)
Mon 14/08/17 – 13:30

Event Summary

Event Overview

Fundamentals of Cycling for Mums & Kids 

Women & Girls Rider Development sesssions provide dedicated coaching for people wanting to improve their cycling performance whether that is to ride further faster and more often with family and friends or to win bike races. Using traffic free facilities Go-Ride Coaches will help riders:

  • Ride with friends and others of similar ability
  • Develop bike handling techniques
  • Learn about group riding techniques and etiquette
  • Practice racing and learn about the demands of cycle sport
  • Develop cycling fitness

This session is based on the Middlesbrough Sports Village cycling circuit and starts from the real basics of cycling with the aim of being able to comfortable ride with others and develop basic skills such as cornering, braking, accelerating, negiotating obstactles, riding one handed.

You will be challenged both physically and technically in a safe and supportive non pressured environment. Non British Cycling Members are welcome to attend the first 2 sessions, after which you are encouraged to join British Cycling to continue to benefit from these sessions and additional benefits - https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/membership 

Event Details

Event URN:

411825

Start Date:

Mon, 14th Aug 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Middlesbrough Sports Village, Alan Peacock Way, Middlesbrough, TS4 3AE
View map

Entry close date

Sun, 13th Aug 2017

About the Event

The Rides

Womens Rider Development Session / Mums & Kids AM Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 14/08/17 10:30 --- --- 01 hr 30 mins
Entry: On Day: (£5.00)
Mon 14/08/17 – 10:30
Womens Rider Development Session / Mums & Kids PM Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 14/08/17 13:30 --- --- 01 hr 30 mins
Entry: On Day: (£5.00)
Mon 14/08/17 – 13:30

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