CCH have an active body of female members who ride with the club run on a Sunday morning some sundays they set off as a separate group - check on the calendar and the CCH women's Facebook page for up to the minute information!
Girls course - Summer 2018
6-week cycling coaching course for youth and junior girls - 14 July-18 August 9:30 – 11:30/12 noon
Whether your daughter is the next Lizzie Deignan, or just wants to gain more confidence cycling, this is the course for her! This six week course, run by female British Cycling qualified coaches, will focus on developing skills and confidence on the bike through a series of fun but structured sessions that are tailored to the needs of the female rider.
The course will be tailored to the needs of the attendees. Depending on ability, we may also bring riders to some of the cycling events and festivals taking place in London during the course e.g. the Prudential Ride 100 Freecycle event on Saturday 28 July.
For riders who successfully complete the course, we will continue to offer girls-specific coaching on Saturday mornings (subject to becoming full club members if not already).
If you have any questions or want to apply , please get in touch here with Deena or Jess
Wednesday evenings - Core fitness training and roller sessions at Elsdale every Wednesday 6-7pm.
Thursday evenings - pay and ride group sessions at Lea Valley Velopark - 7-9pm. Cost - £4 adults, Youth A & B - £4 - all day so a great opportunity for some hard traffic free training.
Racing - many of our senior members compete on the road, time trials, track, cyclocross and MTB. CCH is a member of the Eastern Road Race League, Cycling Time Trials, London Cyclocross League and many members race in the Eastern Cyclocross League, Herne Hill and LVV track leagues for which you have to take out individual membership.If you intend to race you will need to join British Cycling and take a race license as a CCH member.
Road Racing - as a member club of the ERRL this means our members have preferred entry into races organised in the region.
Judith Philip is the female welfare officer for the club.