HSBC UK Women and Girls Rider Development Session

Go-Ride , Lancaster – Saturday, 23 Feb 2019

Event Summary

Event Overview

Women and Girls Rider Development Sessions provide a dedicated coaching environment for females wanting to improve their cycling performance.

All sessions are delivered on a traffic free closed road circuit by a Go Ride Coach to help you:

  • Ride with friends or other riders
  • Learn about group riding and etiquette
  • Develop bike handling techniques
  • Develop cycling fitness

These sessions are designed to be technically and physically challenging in a safe, fun and supportive environment. These sessions are 2 hours of coaching alongside riders of a similar ability.

Please bring your road bike (tri-bars are not permitted)

Sessions are delivered on a traffic-free, closed road circuit. These sessions are aimed at improving group riding skills and confidence - riding on a wheel and in close proximity to other riders, cornering and race scenarios. Your skills and fitness will be challenged in a supportive and non-pressured environment.

Event Details

Event URN:

446873

Start Date:

Sat, 23rd Feb 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Salt Ayre Cycle Track, Doris Henderson Way, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA15JS

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About the Event

Info for Riders

You will need to bring:
  • Road bike - in good working order
  • Helmet and gloves
  • Appropriate clothing for the weather conditions. We will be outdoors even if it is raining. The circuit is rideable in the rain.
  • Two bottles and snacks
Also, be prepared for a good physical workout with techniques coached throughout the session on improving all aspects of your bike riding.

The Rides

HSBC UK Women and Girls Rider Development Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sat 23/02/19 10:00 --- --- 02 hr
Entry: Postal: (£5.00), On Day: (£6.00)
Sat 23/02/19 – 10:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Women and Girls Rider Development Sessions provide a dedicated coaching environment for females wanting to improve their cycling performance.

All sessions are delivered on a traffic free closed road circuit by a Go Ride Coach to help you:

  • Ride with friends or other riders
  • Learn about group riding and etiquette
  • Develop bike handling techniques
  • Develop cycling fitness

These sessions are designed to be technically and physically challenging in a safe, fun and supportive environment. These sessions are 2 hours of coaching alongside riders of a similar ability.

Please bring your road bike (tri-bars are not permitted)

Sessions are delivered on a traffic-free, closed road circuit. These sessions are aimed at improving group riding skills and confidence - riding on a wheel and in close proximity to other riders, cornering and race scenarios. Your skills and fitness will be challenged in a supportive and non-pressured environment.

Event Details

Event URN:

446873

Start Date:

Sat, 23rd Feb 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Salt Ayre Cycle Track, Doris Henderson Way, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA15JS

View map

About the Event

Info for Riders

You will need to bring:
  • Road bike - in good working order
  • Helmet and gloves
  • Appropriate clothing for the weather conditions. We will be outdoors even if it is raining. The circuit is rideable in the rain.
  • Two bottles and snacks
Also, be prepared for a good physical workout with techniques coached throughout the session on improving all aspects of your bike riding.

The Rides

HSBC UK Women and Girls Rider Development Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sat 23/02/19 10:00 --- --- 02 hr
Entry: Postal: (£5.00), On Day: (£6.00)
Sat 23/02/19 – 10:00

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