Saturday mornings - coming out of covid lockdown spring 2021
In terms of cycling with CC Hackney please see the guidelines by following the link to British Cycling here:
PDF - 'The Way Forward' here.
From March 29
Elsdale Hall London E9 6PW we run coaching sessions for our 8 - 13 year old members with a separate group for 13+ development riders.
Sessions are either ride outs from the club to local parks or further afield for older riders - riders should be at the Cycling Club Hackney HQ - Elsdale Community Hall, Elsdale Street, London E9 6PW - for 9am. Training cost is £3.00- £5 depending on what's on the programme this session will last 2 - 3 hours. The format for training is sent out in a weekly newsletter email. No bike? - We have bikes of all types and sizes for you to try out and once a member you can take one out on loan if need be - terms apply.
Concorde Centre Sessions for youth riders looking to join rides that explore the area with less of a focus on sports cycling and a more casual dress code; comfortable, tracksuits and trainers. Bikes and safety equipment are available to use free of charge. Saturdays meeting for 9.30am at the Concorde Centre, Kingsmead Estate, Kingsmead Way, Homerton London E9 5PP. Depending on what's on the programme this session lasts between 2 and 3 hours. This group is set to go on a series of trips further afield with plans to visit Epping Forest, Hampstead Heath, Hertford Town (via River Lea towpath) & Richmond Park. Wednesday after school bike club at The Concorde Centre - 4 - 5.30pm These projects are fully funded by Young Hackney (Hackney Council) therefor there isn't a fee for joining here; a commitment to supporting sport for all in the community.
All coaching activities are provided by staff who have national governing body's British Cycling Level 2 coaching qualifications. All coaches are DBS checked and qualified with an Youth newcomers must bring a signed parent/carer consent form - you can download a form here.
Parents and carers of our youth riders are welcome to assist at training and many volunteer to so so - getting themselves some training and learning opportunities from the sessions. We ask that adult volunteers become club members and come equipped to ride.
Thursday - Cycle maintenance training 6-8pm at Fawcett Estate Garage 8 Upper Clapton Road London E5 9DG
Cycle maintenance out in the yard at Elsdale Hall London E9 6PW Contact Neil for the latest on session info - email@example.com
After school youth sport training rides 14+ Coming soon, the day and times TBC Contact Keir for the session info - firstname.lastname@example.org
Heads up! British Cycling's national City Academy programme is on the way this spring too, with the pilot project being trialed in Hackney with CC Hackney being the lead club for this serious three year sponsored drive. BC are going to help effect change for the better regarding sport for all and enabling the game to be better represented by the whole community - that's all people of colour taking part.
Further Training Opportunities - CCH are also part of British Cycling Eastern Track School where club riders are nominated for training sessions on the velodromes In London, Welwyn, Newport and Manchester, this open to category A, B & C riders. Speak to the coaches at CCH for more information.
Roller training and Circuit training - starting again soon - Wednesday evenings from 6 - 7pm at the club - bring rollers if you have some and trainers for doing circuit training in.
London Youth Games - CCH select and train the cycling squad of boys and girls to represent the London Borough of Hackney in the time trial and circuit race at the annually held London Youth Games.To be eligible you must be living in or attending school in Hackney. Let your coaches know if you are eligible and interested in competing.
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