Women & Girls Rider Development Session-London (LVVP-Track Cycling)

Go-Ride , London – Sunday, 21 May 2017

Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

413542

Start Date:

Sun, 21st May 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London, E20 2ST
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Payment instructions

Online via LVVP

Cheques payable to:

N/A

Event promoted by:

HSBC UK Go-Ride

Event Website:

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About the Event

Info for Riders

HSBC UK Go-Ride programme’s Rider Development Sessions Women & Girls 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
Women’s Specific Track Skills Series

If you've passed Stage 1 track accreditation , gather your friends, learn new track cycling skills and techniques and immerse yourself in girl power in this women's only session. Progress your skills with a series of monthly sessions. This session will run from 7-9pm. Min age is 14 yrs old and is £20 for adults & £14.

No need to worry if you don’t have a track bike there is track bike hire from £12 for adults & £8 for juniors.

To book onto this session please follow the link below:

http://visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/london2012/velo-park/track/?_ga=2.116854662.186677144.1494248188-1268156725.1490004960#skillseries

Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

413542

Start Date:

Sun, 21st May 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London, E20 2ST
View map

Payment instructions

Online via LVVP

Cheques payable to:

N/A

Event promoted by:

HSBC UK Go-Ride

Event Website:

Visit Website

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

HSBC UK Go-Ride programme’s Rider Development Sessions Women & Girls 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
Women’s Specific Track Skills Series

If you've passed Stage 1 track accreditation , gather your friends, learn new track cycling skills and techniques and immerse yourself in girl power in this women's only session. Progress your skills with a series of monthly sessions. This session will run from 7-9pm. Min age is 14 yrs old and is £20 for adults & £14.

No need to worry if you don’t have a track bike there is track bike hire from £12 for adults & £8 for juniors.

To book onto this session please follow the link below:

http://visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/london2012/velo-park/track/?_ga=2.116854662.186677144.1494248188-1268156725.1490004960#skillseries

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