HSBC UK Women and Girls Rider Development Session- Bristol

Go-Ride , Bristol – Sunday, 01 Oct 2017

Event Summary

Event Overview

Women & Girls Rider Development sesssions provide dedicated coaching for females wanting to improve their cycling performance, whether that is to get fitter, improve your ability on the bike, ride further or faster, to ride more often with family and friends or to win bike races. These sessions could support your bike riding.

The sessions are delivered on a traffic free closed road circuit and 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
  • Develop cycling fitness
This confidence building session will is designed to challenge you both physically and technically in a safe, fun and supportive non-pressured environment. This session is 1.5 hours of coaching to support you and your riding needs along with like minded females. If you have any questions about your suitability for the session, please contact heidiblunden@britishcycling.org.uk 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:

417401

Start Date:

Sun, 1st Oct 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

The Aviva Centre, Brierly Furlong, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8SW
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About the Event

Info for Riders

Please bring a bike in good working order, a helmet, drinks and snacks.

The Rides

Women and Girls Rider Development Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 01/10/17 10:30 --- --- 01 hr 30 mins
Entry: On Day: (£5.00)
Sun 01/10/17 – 10:30

Event Summary

Event Overview

Women & Girls Rider Development sesssions provide dedicated coaching for females wanting to improve their cycling performance, whether that is to get fitter, improve your ability on the bike, ride further or faster, to ride more often with family and friends or to win bike races. These sessions could support your bike riding.

The sessions are delivered on a traffic free closed road circuit and 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
  • Develop cycling fitness
This confidence building session will is designed to challenge you both physically and technically in a safe, fun and supportive non-pressured environment. This session is 1.5 hours of coaching to support you and your riding needs along with like minded females. If you have any questions about your suitability for the session, please contact heidiblunden@britishcycling.org.uk 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:

417401

Start Date:

Sun, 1st Oct 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

The Aviva Centre, Brierly Furlong, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8SW
View map

About the Event

Info for Riders

Please bring a bike in good working order, a helmet, drinks and snacks.

The Rides

Women and Girls Rider Development Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 01/10/17 10:30 --- --- 01 hr 30 mins
Entry: On Day: (£5.00)
Sun 01/10/17 – 10:30

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