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Go-Ride

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Go-Ride is British Cycling's development programme for young people. The programme provides a fun and safe way to introduce young riders to the world of cycle sport and provides a platform to improve bike handling skills.

Getting involved is easy, either with a local Go-Ride Community or school Club, or through one of our Holiday Coaching Programmes.

There’s also an opportunity for existing cycling clubs to become Go-Ride clubs and reap the benefits of being part of British Cycling’s Go-Ride programme.

 

Go-Ride Coach gets wheels turning at charity youth centre

British Cycling and Manchester City Council have been working closely with a local charity, The Factory Youth Zone, to provide cycling opportunities for young people in the community.

Winter warmers: Get set for cyclo-cross!

Go-Ride Coach for Yorkshire, Chris Young - who is a former professional cyclist and cyclo-cross enthusiast - provides his top tips for both riders and coaches at clubs.

Club Management Tool: Collect your club subscriptions online

The Club Management Tool has been designed to make managing your club easier. One of the features of the Club Management Tool is that you can now invite your members to pay their club subscriptions using British Cycling’s secure web payment system.

Find a Go-Ride Club

Find a Go-Ride Club near you using our Club Finder.

Find a Go-Ride session

Have fun with your bike on one of our Go-Ride sessions.

Find a Go-Ride Racing Event

Go-Ride Racing is British Cycling's exciting entry level competition programme which offers local competition for novice cyclists under the age of 16. Find an event near you.

Become a Go-Ride Club

There are many great benefits to becoming a Go-Ride Club. Once a club becomes a Go-Ride Registered Club, it will receive ongoing support, resources and guidance from British Cycling.

Find out more about the benefits of becoming a Go-Ride Registered Club.

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