HSBC UK Women & Girls Rider Development Session - Tameside

Go-Ride , Ashton-Under-Lyne – Thursday, 29 Mar 2018

Event Summary

Event Overview

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

These session will be for female riders only, that want a safe traffic free environment to learn and enhance the existing road bike skills and techniques.

The session is aimed for riders that have an interested in racing or looking to race on improve there ability to ride in a bunch.

Riders Must be a British cycling member and have a road bike with Drop bars and gears.

The Session will be a mix of Physical and Technical bunch/race skills.

Event Details

Event URN:

425005

Start Date:

Thu, 29th Mar 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Tameside Cycle Circuit, Richmond Street, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire, OL7 9HG
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Event Organiser:

Craig Ansell
National Cycling Centre, Stuart Street, Manchester, M11 4DQ
07940 302190
craigansell@britishcycling.org.uk

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About the Event

Info for Riders

You Need a road bike.

BC Membership.

Helmet and Gloves.

Appropriate clothing for a two hours session (two bottles & snacks)

Be prepared for a good physical work out with techniques coached through out the session on improving all aspects of your bike riding.

 

The Rides

Women & Girls Rider Development Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 29/03/18 19:00 --- --- 02 hr
Entry: Online: (£5.00 + £1.00 Application fee), On Day: (£5.00)
Thu 29/03/18 – 19:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

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

These session will be for female riders only, that want a safe traffic free environment to learn and enhance the existing road bike skills and techniques.

The session is aimed for riders that have an interested in racing or looking to race on improve there ability to ride in a bunch.

Riders Must be a British cycling member and have a road bike with Drop bars and gears.

The Session will be a mix of Physical and Technical bunch/race skills.

Event Details

Event URN:

425005

Start Date:

Thu, 29th Mar 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Tameside Cycle Circuit, Richmond Street, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire, OL7 9HG
View map

Event Organiser:

Craig Ansell
National Cycling Centre, Stuart Street, Manchester, M11 4DQ
07940 302190
craigansell@britishcycling.org.uk

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

You Need a road bike.

BC Membership.

Helmet and Gloves.

Appropriate clothing for a two hours session (two bottles & snacks)

Be prepared for a good physical work out with techniques coached through out the session on improving all aspects of your bike riding.

 

The Rides

Women & Girls Rider Development Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 29/03/18 19:00 --- --- 02 hr
Entry: Online: (£5.00 + £1.00 Application fee), On Day: (£5.00)
Thu 29/03/18 – 19:00

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