Category Archives: Coaching
British Cycling North East are organising a series of coaching camps aimed at young riders during the Easter holidays.
If you’re interested then there’s more information on the British Cycling Website here.
Due to the threat of snow it has been decided to cancel both junior & adult training tonight. Pass this on to anyone who you think may not see it themselves.
Youth Coaching restarts on Monday February 5th 2018, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, £3 per session. We will be starting our spring training programme as well as going through the full spectrum of skills and games for the coming League 2000 season. Speaking of which, the 22nd edition of the League 2000 will restart on Monday April 16th 2018, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, priced at £5 per event.
Adult coaching will also restart on Monday February 5th 2018, 7:30pm – 9:00pm, £4 per session. As well as our Track sessions, which will recommence on Saturday February 10th 2018, 10:00am – 11:00am, £5 per session. If you have your own track bike feel free to bring it, if not hire bikes are available.
Updates will be posted on our website and Facebook pages if there are any cancellations for any of our sessions due to weather or any other unforeseen circumstances.
Do you remember to check our Youth Coaching and Adult Coaching Tabs on our website, clevelandwheelers.com? All of the relevant and up to date information that you require is all there for you! Hover over the ‘Coach Tab’ and you will see all of the Youth Coaching and Adult Coaching information sections. There is also a Calendar of events (soon to be updated for 2018) as well as a ‘contact us’ section, which will come straight to me.
See you all in 2018 for even more fun cycling events!
Just a reminder that the Youth and Adult training sessions start tomorrow (Monday, 6 February) at the Cycle Circuit, Middlesbrough Sports Village, TS4 3AE. The Youths start at 6:00 pm followed by the Adults at 7:30 pm. Information about the Youth training can be found under the Coach tab on the CWCC website.
A number of members have expressed an interest in completing a British Cycling coaching course. It is proposed to hold an introductory meeting with British Cycling staff at Middlesbrough Cycle Centre, Prissick at 7pm on Monday 2nd November.
This will provide Information about the course and an understanding of the commitment required, as well as the opportunity to ask questions. This is also open to any other members who did not express an interest earlier in the year but who feel they may have an interest in becoming a coach.
At the same time, information about Ride Leader training will also be available. This opportunity to get specific training may well appeal to our ride leaders and is also available to others who may wish to lead.
Mike Cole, Chairman.