British Cycling Pathway Development Centre Circuit -Sundorne Shrewsbury #4

Go-Ride , Shrewsbury – Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Talent Development Centre Sessions are a 2 hour session dedicated to developing on & off bike skills along with physical elements required for success. Development Centres will support riders with their first step on the talent pathway and are for those who aspire to be become better bike riders and who might be looking to attend RSRs as well as current riders who have already engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes. Riders should be aware that these sessions will be physically challenging, meeting the needs of the racing standards of Youth A and B Riders. 

Sessions are delivered by local club coaches with support from British Cycling Go-Ride & Talent Development staff 

Event Details

Event URN:

471293

Start Date:

Tue, 25th Feb 2020

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sundorne Leisure Village, Sundorne Road, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 4RQ

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About the Event

Info for Riders

What is it?

A 2 hour session dedicated to developing on & off bike skills along with physical elements required for success. Development Centres will support riders with their first step on the talent pathway and are for those who aspire to be become better bike riders and who might be looking to attend RSRs as well as current riders who have already engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes. Riders should be aware that these sessions will be physically challenging, meeting the needs of the racing standards of Youth A and B Riders. 

Who delivers it? Delivery will be led by British Cycling Go-Ride & Talent Development staff alongside club coaches from the surrounding area 

When is it? Every  week on a Tuesday night from 6.30-8.30pm

Where is it? 

Shrewsbury Sports Village

Sundorne Road

Shrewsbury

SY1 4RQ

Who is it for? All Youth A & B bike racers

What does it cost? £5 per session -  on line entries only

What you need? You will need to arrive in trainers for an off the bike warm up, clean road bike in good working order*, helmet, gloves, appropriate clothing for the weather & time of year, spare inner tube, tyre levers, pump and enough food & drink (water bottles on bike or close to the crt) to see you through the session and travelling home 

You will need a completed parental consent form:

 https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/zuvvi/media/bc_files/go_ride_racing_docs/2018/Go_Ride_PARENTAL_CONSENT_NOTICE_2018_V3.pdf 

*If you do not own a road bike then a cross bike with road tyres on is fine

Contacts:

Coaching & Clubs Officer: Andy Riley (07384214089) andyriley@britishcycling.org.uk 

Talent Development Coach: Rob Sharman (07515 606 655) robsharman@britishcycling.org.uk

The Rides

British Cycling Pathway Development Centre Circuit - Sundorne Shrewsbury #4 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Tue 25/02/20 18:30 --- --- 02 hr
Tue 25/02/20 – 18:30

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Talent Development Centre Sessions are a 2 hour session dedicated to developing on & off bike skills along with physical elements required for success. Development Centres will support riders with their first step on the talent pathway and are for those who aspire to be become better bike riders and who might be looking to attend RSRs as well as current riders who have already engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes. Riders should be aware that these sessions will be physically challenging, meeting the needs of the racing standards of Youth A and B Riders. 

Sessions are delivered by local club coaches with support from British Cycling Go-Ride & Talent Development staff 

Event Details

Event URN:

471293

Start Date:

Tue, 25th Feb 2020

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sundorne Leisure Village, Sundorne Road, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 4RQ

View map

About the Event

Info for Riders

What is it?

A 2 hour session dedicated to developing on & off bike skills along with physical elements required for success. Development Centres will support riders with their first step on the talent pathway and are for those who aspire to be become better bike riders and who might be looking to attend RSRs as well as current riders who have already engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes. Riders should be aware that these sessions will be physically challenging, meeting the needs of the racing standards of Youth A and B Riders. 

Who delivers it? Delivery will be led by British Cycling Go-Ride & Talent Development staff alongside club coaches from the surrounding area 

When is it? Every  week on a Tuesday night from 6.30-8.30pm

Where is it? 

Shrewsbury Sports Village

Sundorne Road

Shrewsbury

SY1 4RQ

Who is it for? All Youth A & B bike racers

What does it cost? £5 per session -  on line entries only

What you need? You will need to arrive in trainers for an off the bike warm up, clean road bike in good working order*, helmet, gloves, appropriate clothing for the weather & time of year, spare inner tube, tyre levers, pump and enough food & drink (water bottles on bike or close to the crt) to see you through the session and travelling home 

You will need a completed parental consent form:

 https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/zuvvi/media/bc_files/go_ride_racing_docs/2018/Go_Ride_PARENTAL_CONSENT_NOTICE_2018_V3.pdf 

*If you do not own a road bike then a cross bike with road tyres on is fine

Contacts:

Coaching & Clubs Officer: Andy Riley (07384214089) andyriley@britishcycling.org.uk 

Talent Development Coach: Rob Sharman (07515 606 655) robsharman@britishcycling.org.uk

The Rides

British Cycling Pathway Development Centre Circuit - Sundorne Shrewsbury #4 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Tue 25/02/20 18:30 --- --- 02 hr
Tue 25/02/20 – 18:30

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