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The Summer 2015 edition of the Go-Ride Magazine is now available to read online or download.

Packed with the latest updates, Go-Ride news and helpful features, the magazine will help to kick-start your summer of events and activities. In addition to our regular content, we’re focusing on some important areas of work and handy tips to help your club. Check out these headlines:

  • Go-Ride supports British Cycling’s #WeRide strategy to get one million more women and girls on bikes by 2020
  • Investing in clubs: why not apply for club funding today?
  • Level 1 Coaching Award: your first step on the coaching pathway
  • Our work in providing greater access to para-cycling opportunities

Download the Summer 2015 edition of the Go-Ride Magazine

Editorial

Our Go-Ride Conferences earlier this year focused on going back to basics; concentrating on getting the simple things right and building really sturdy foundations from which we can deliver to the growing number of adults and young people wanting to get involved in cycling.

With over 300 clubs across the country - and one in every county in England - the Go-Ride programme is firmly established as a way for young people to get into the sport and we know that a huge amount of great work is being done at this local level.

In this edition of the magazine we’re highlighting the growth in women’s participation in cycling and British Cycling’s #WeRide Strategy, which aims to get one million more women and girls on bikes by 2020. Learn more about the important role Go-Ride has to play and how the programme will be getting involved with some big, national events taking place in June.

In amongst the regular features, you’ll find real examples of how to promote club development through funding, recruiting volunteers and starting a coaching journey in cycling. And by accessing all of the support available, you can guarantee that your club will be able to build on its foundations during what is sure to be a fantastic summer of cycling ahead.

We’re looking forward to hearing about all of your events and activities over the next few months, so do make sure you share news and images with the team. Our thanks go to everyone involved in keeping the network of Go-Ride Clubs and Racing events running - every single week.

John Mills

Coaching, Education and Development Director
British Cycling