Go-Ride Coaching Sessions

The club provides structured Go-Ride coaching sessions delivered by British Cycling qualified coaches who have also attended courses on child protection, equity, and hold a current first aid certificate.

Go-Ride Clubs deliver coaching activities in traffic-free environments. Any type of bike can be used, so long as it is in good condition, and a cycling helmet must be worn. The sessions teach the necessary skills to make riders more competent, safer cyclists.

As part of the programme, NCC has a club welfare officer, who has attended a child protection course.

NCC Go-Ride outdoor coaching sessions take place on Saturday mornings from Spring to Autumn, usually starting early in April, pausing in August and finishing in mid/late October.

The Saturday coaching session is divided into two parts:

  • 10:00 - 11:00 for novice and intermediate riders
  • 11:00 – 12:00 for higher intermediate and advanced riders

The outdoor coaching sessions are replaced with indoor turbo/roller training sessions during the late Autumn and Winter months. These sessions are usually held at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.


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Next 14 Day's Events

  • Saturday Club Ride

    15/12/2018

    NCC's weekly Saturday club ride. See the members forums for more details.

  • Saturday Intro Ride

    15/12/2018

    NCC's weekly Saturday intro ride. See the members forum for more details.

  • Sunday Club Ride

    16/12/2018

    NCC's weekly Sunday club ride. See the members forums for more details.

  • Saturday Club Ride

    22/12/2018

    NCC's weekly Saturday club ride. See the members forums for more details.

  • Saturday Intro Ride

    22/12/2018

    NCC's weekly Saturday intro ride. See the members forum for more details.

  • Sunday Club Ride

    23/12/2018

    NCC's weekly Sunday club ride. See the members forums for more details.

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