Coaching to Racing Session for Women - Tudor Grange #3

Go-Ride , Solihull – Monday, 15 Jul 2019

Event Summary

Event Overview

Coaching to Racing Sessions for Women provide a dedicated coaching environment for female riders, wanting to develop their skills and confidence in race and riding techniques. Riders will develop race technique and confidence over the course of the coaching program, with the aim of taking part in an entry-level race series.

The Coaching to Racing sessions are part of a series of women's development sessions planned to encourage and increased participation and build confidence to take the step into competitive racing. 

British Cycling would like to invite all women to join these cycling sessions and be part of a new generation of female riders.

The sessions give women and girls the opportunity to:

  • Ride with friends and others of similar ability
  • Develop bike handling techniques
  • Learn about group riding techniques and etiquette
  • Develop cycling fitness
  • Develop Race Skills

The coaching session is for Women and Girls over 16yrs old. 

Event Details

Event URN:

456943

Start Date:

Mon, 15th Jul 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Tudor Grange , Monks Hall Road, Solihull, B91 3DN

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Event Organiser:

Andrew Riley
7384214089
andyriley@britishcycling.org.uk

Safeguarding lead:

Andrew Riley
andyriley@britishcycling.org.uk

About the Event

Info for Riders

You will need to bring:

  • A bike - in good working order
  • Helmet and gloves
  • Appropriate clothing
  • Drink 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

Tudor Grange #2 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 15/07/19 20:00 --- ---
Mon 15/07/19 – 20:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Coaching to Racing Sessions for Women provide a dedicated coaching environment for female riders, wanting to develop their skills and confidence in race and riding techniques. Riders will develop race technique and confidence over the course of the coaching program, with the aim of taking part in an entry-level race series.

The Coaching to Racing sessions are part of a series of women's development sessions planned to encourage and increased participation and build confidence to take the step into competitive racing. 

British Cycling would like to invite all women to join these cycling sessions and be part of a new generation of female riders.

The sessions give women and girls the opportunity to:

  • Ride with friends and others of similar ability
  • Develop bike handling techniques
  • Learn about group riding techniques and etiquette
  • Develop cycling fitness
  • Develop Race Skills

The coaching session is for Women and Girls over 16yrs old. 

Event Details

Event URN:

456943

Start Date:

Mon, 15th Jul 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Tudor Grange , Monks Hall Road, Solihull, B91 3DN

View map

Event Organiser:

Andrew Riley
7384214089
andyriley@britishcycling.org.uk

Safeguarding lead:

Andrew Riley
andyriley@britishcycling.org.uk

About the Event

Info for Riders

You will need to bring:

  • A bike - in good working order
  • Helmet and gloves
  • Appropriate clothing
  • Drink 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

Tudor Grange #2 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 15/07/19 20:00 --- ---
Mon 15/07/19 – 20:00

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