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Group Skills is a chance to learn and share our group riding skills so that we can ride together more safely, more sociably and with less effort. This is a great opportunity for current and prospective members to build on skills, especially for those unable to find a place in the Introductory Rides.
We will look at communication skills and formations such as pace line and two up, plus how to pace/lead the ride from the front and rotate being at the front.
Note that we will adjust the level depending on the level of who shows up.
If you know all this, come and share your knowledge and if you don't, come and take advantage of the sharers!
If you are new to the club and wish to become a member you will need to complete either a Group skills or an Introduction to club cycling training session. Please make yourself known to the ride leader so they can confirm your attendance to our membership manager.
Meet in the Regents Park Inner Circle, at the gates opposite York Bridge.
ICC Group Riding Guide
Hey, will this count as an intro to the club so I can come on club rides? Cheers
Yes it does
There are a couple of spaces left for tonights session! Roll up, roll up :-)
Have to work late so can’t make it sorry 😫
Hey, I'm completely new and thinking of joining if that's still possible? Just so I'm fully aware, do I need to be a certain level (speed etc)?
I don't think pace is an issue - as long as your bike-handling skills are up to riding in fairly close quarters with others you should be fine
@OCalla - please come along. no experience necessary! see you soon :-)
Cheers for tonight Aidan. I've done my application.
Was a pleasure to meet you all tonight.
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7 June 2018
@ 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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