The aim of our junior coaching sessions is to develop all of our young riders and their love of cycling, in a safe and welcoming environment. As well as giving them a better understanding of cycle sport, whilst also helping them to become the best they can be. Our coaching sessions are challenging but above all FUN.
David Webster, Neil Allen, Steve Collins, Tracey Cubitt
Weekly Coaching times
Usually Saturdays, 14:00 to 15:30
Our next coaching session is Wednesday 31st May, 14:00 – 16:00 at Shouldham Warren.
Next batch weekend of coaching dates;
- Saturday 3rd June, 14:00 to 15:30
- Saturday 10th June, 14:00 to 15:30
- Saturday 17th June, 14:00 to 15:30
- Saturday 24th June, 14:00 to 15:30
- Saturday 1st July, 14:00 to 15:30
- Saturday 8th July, 14:00 to 15:30
Please email our club coach David on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our next coaching date and to book your spot!
Meet at Shouldham Warren, Main Car Park at 13:45
PE33 0DQ (nearest for sat-nav purposes)
Who Can Attend?
The expected age range could vary between 6 to 16 years although; there is no actual minimum lower age limit but the rider must be able to ride their bike unaided (without stabilisers).
How Do I get Started?
You will need a road worthy mountain bike, an approved cycle helmet, a completed rider information form, in fact you don’t even need to be a member of KL MTB club, just come along and have a go, give it a try and join later if it’s for you.
What Do We Do
Our sessions are aimed at beginners and riders who want to improve their cycling techniques and skills. We teach riders:
- Equipment Safety Checks
- Warm up / Cool Down
- Bike Handling Techniques
- Balance and Coordination
- Mounting / Dismounting
- Pedalling / Braking
- Gear Selection
- Group Riding Techniques
- Racing (for fun and competition)
We aim to be supportive and encourage riders to develop and learn at their own pace. These sessions are useful for all bike riders, even if you are not sure about racing it doesn’t matter come along and have a go!
What Should I bring?
A road worthy mountain bike, an approved cycling helmet, appropriate clothing (nothing baggy that might get caught in a wheel or chain), a basic cycling jersey is a good start as well as clothing appropriate for the British weather and a 500ml water bottle (in a bottle cage on the bike if possible). You don’t need an expensive bike though to get started!
New members are always welcome, ideally contact us first at email@example.com before your first session.