HSBC UK Go Ride MTB Club Cluster of Coaching

Go-Ride , TREDEGAR – Monday, 28 May 2018

Event Summary

Event Overview

Open to riders who can complete the following:

  • Clip in on first attempt when setting off
  • Ride side by side making contact with another rider
  • Perform correct cornering technique 
  • Perform rear wheel lift consistently with flat pedals 
  • Perform a controlled lift of the front wheel
  • Negotitate straight line descents while maintaining ready position
Riders must also be:

-          Aged 10-16 years old and who are a member of a Go Ride club

-          Interested in upskilling their current skills

-          Want to aim to race in the future if they haven't previously

-          British Cycling Members (Free for the first Youth Year from British Cycling) https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/membership

Club clusters are a way for riders from different clubs to come and learn together. The session will be 50% skill and 50% fitness so please come with an open mind ready to learn. This is also an opportunity to join the development pathway before moving to a performance program such as a Club Cluster of Training 14 years old +

Event Details

Event URN:

428740

Start Date:

Mon, 28th May 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Bryn Bach Parc, Bryn Bach Park, Tredegar, South Wales, NP22 3AY
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Event promoted by:

Welsh Cycling - Test Club

Event Organiser:

Naomi Johnston
07753447236
Naomi.Johnston@welshcycling.co.uk

Other Events:

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About the Event

Info for Riders

Please bring a MTB bike in good working order (with two working brakes), a helmet, gloves, drink, snack bars, puncture repair equipment and lots of enthusiasm! Open to riders 10-16 Years old.

 

The Rides

MTB Club Cluster of Coaching Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 28/05/18 10:00 --- --- 04 hr
Mon 28/05/18 – 10:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Open to riders who can complete the following:

  • Clip in on first attempt when setting off
  • Ride side by side making contact with another rider
  • Perform correct cornering technique 
  • Perform rear wheel lift consistently with flat pedals 
  • Perform a controlled lift of the front wheel
  • Negotitate straight line descents while maintaining ready position
Riders must also be:

-          Aged 10-16 years old and who are a member of a Go Ride club

-          Interested in upskilling their current skills

-          Want to aim to race in the future if they haven't previously

-          British Cycling Members (Free for the first Youth Year from British Cycling) https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/membership

Club clusters are a way for riders from different clubs to come and learn together. The session will be 50% skill and 50% fitness so please come with an open mind ready to learn. This is also an opportunity to join the development pathway before moving to a performance program such as a Club Cluster of Training 14 years old +

Event Details

Event URN:

428740

Start Date:

Mon, 28th May 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Bryn Bach Parc, Bryn Bach Park, Tredegar, South Wales, NP22 3AY
View map

Event promoted by:

Welsh Cycling - Test Club

Event Organiser:

Naomi Johnston
07753447236
Naomi.Johnston@welshcycling.co.uk

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organisation

About the Event

Info for Riders

Please bring a MTB bike in good working order (with two working brakes), a helmet, gloves, drink, snack bars, puncture repair equipment and lots of enthusiasm! Open to riders 10-16 Years old.

 

The Rides

MTB Club Cluster of Coaching Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 28/05/18 10:00 --- --- 04 hr
Mon 28/05/18 – 10:00

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