HSBC UK Go-Ride Holiday Coaching Camp- Club and Race Riders - Tameside Easter 1

Go-Ride , Ashton-Under-Lyne – Thursday, 05 Apr 2018

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event Overview

HSBC UK Go-Ride Holiday Coaching Camps offer training and education dedicated to specific levels of rider over a range of disciplines. Camps are available at two levels.

If your child is new to cycling or not a regular at a club or races then the beginner’s camps are for them. These offer the participant a chance to develop and become proficient at a range of core cycling and bike handling techniques that will prepare them for their first club session or race.

If your child has experience of racing and is a Go-Ride Club regular then there are advanced camps. There will be the chance to improve on the skills developed at their club as well as look at techniques across disciplines that will progress your child to the next level of their cycling journey.

Event Details

Event URN:

426306

Start Date:

Thu, 5th Apr 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

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

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About the Event

Info for Riders

Level of camp-

Club and racing riders

Suitable for-

Youth Racing Rider

A – New comers to the sport that have not had the years of club coaching as a U12/U14 and the less developed youth A riders that lack the Physical and technical level that is need at CCT and RSR sessions.

B – All B’s with the exception of riders that are on GBCT pathway as an apprentice rider.

C – All youth C riders that are racing at the front end at regional level.

Junior Girls – All Junior girls that are racing or intend to race in the near future.

What to expect-

Session will be physically challenging as well with the aim of providing 70-80% ride time of the session (adjusted to suit the age/level of rider. There will be no slacking in these session though ;) )

PARENT FREE ZONE!!! Parents will be expected to leave once session has started.

Cycling disciplines covered-

Road/Circuit

Session Details

£10

4 hours.

Signing on opens 8.30am closes 9am

9am ready to ride.

Enter on line in advance like a race. No entry on the day.

Please bring –

Parental consent for must be provided.

Equipment – Training bike, tyres no tubs, no deep sections / race wheels, 2 bottles on the bike, 2 spare inner tubes, mini pump, multi tool, tyre levers, saddle pack for tools & tubes etc., leg / arm warmers, rain cape / gilet, gloves & track mitts, racing licence, pen & pad to take notes.(kit will be checked before session)

Enter on line in advance like a race. No entry on the day.

Contact for this session is Craig Ansell

Craigansell@britishcycling.org.uk

079403021190

 

The Rides

Coaching Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 05/04/18 09:00 --- --- 04 hr
Thu 05/04/18 – 09:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event Overview

HSBC UK Go-Ride Holiday Coaching Camps offer training and education dedicated to specific levels of rider over a range of disciplines. Camps are available at two levels.

If your child is new to cycling or not a regular at a club or races then the beginner’s camps are for them. These offer the participant a chance to develop and become proficient at a range of core cycling and bike handling techniques that will prepare them for their first club session or race.

If your child has experience of racing and is a Go-Ride Club regular then there are advanced camps. There will be the chance to improve on the skills developed at their club as well as look at techniques across disciplines that will progress your child to the next level of their cycling journey.

Event Details

Event URN:

426306

Start Date:

Thu, 5th Apr 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

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

View map

About the Event

Info for Riders

Level of camp-

Club and racing riders

Suitable for-

Youth Racing Rider

A – New comers to the sport that have not had the years of club coaching as a U12/U14 and the less developed youth A riders that lack the Physical and technical level that is need at CCT and RSR sessions.

B – All B’s with the exception of riders that are on GBCT pathway as an apprentice rider.

C – All youth C riders that are racing at the front end at regional level.

Junior Girls – All Junior girls that are racing or intend to race in the near future.

What to expect-

Session will be physically challenging as well with the aim of providing 70-80% ride time of the session (adjusted to suit the age/level of rider. There will be no slacking in these session though ;) )

PARENT FREE ZONE!!! Parents will be expected to leave once session has started.

Cycling disciplines covered-

Road/Circuit

Session Details

£10

4 hours.

Signing on opens 8.30am closes 9am

9am ready to ride.

Enter on line in advance like a race. No entry on the day.

Please bring –

Parental consent for must be provided.

Equipment – Training bike, tyres no tubs, no deep sections / race wheels, 2 bottles on the bike, 2 spare inner tubes, mini pump, multi tool, tyre levers, saddle pack for tools & tubes etc., leg / arm warmers, rain cape / gilet, gloves & track mitts, racing licence, pen & pad to take notes.(kit will be checked before session)

Enter on line in advance like a race. No entry on the day.

Contact for this session is Craig Ansell

Craigansell@britishcycling.org.uk

079403021190

 

The Rides

Coaching Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 05/04/18 09:00 --- --- 04 hr
Thu 05/04/18 – 09:00

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