Am I correct in assuming that these sessions have now finished & there isn't one tonight? I presume the ladies signed up for the Scottish TTT will be organising their own practice nights on the TT bikes now...
Thats fine, thanks Steve, its just having invested in the beast, I like to ride it. But this year it's been out to Fife Midweek twice, Corrieris classic once and once to your training session, (with 2 others on TT bikes), which was brilliant. So that doubles last years outings already, and there's the Scottish National TTT and the club 'TT specific kit' TT on 6/9/17 yet to come. See you at 7.00
It was such a good session last week, I'd encourage anyone wanting to learn how to corner effectively, to go. However I'm sending my apologies this week as I'm going to do an individual TT in Fife. Hope its dry for us all!
Looking forward to more Steve led ladies training tomorrow at 7pm. Although it's team time trial focused there's no obligation to do or want to do a team time trial! It's good practice cornering sitting on a wheel in a group if time trialling is not your thing. The more the merrier. Steve's requested we all come on road bikes tomorrow...so those with any fancy TT bikes can leave them at home!
60-90 minutes depending on how everyone feels. Not too taxing a session and more a session to see what everyone wants to achieve and let me plan a linked series of sessions.
Come for as long as you feel able.
Hi all, hope the session goes well tonight and you get some good pointers to work on and practice from Coach Steve. The session was discussed with a couple of the riders hoping to attend and just to clarify and ensure that you as riders are aware - the coached session CANNOT be taken on to the open road.
Please see the section from BC Coaching Guidelines below. (Pages 55-56)
8.3 Area Level 2 coaching sessions must be delivered in a traffic-free area. The Level 2 coaching area can progress riders from Level 1 by including gradients that riders can ride with confidence but may challenge their technical and physical ability. The riding surface can also be varied to add unpredictability and technical challenge. The area selected must be appropriate to the level of the riders and activities being coached.
Coaching areas may include the use of:
non-technical off-road terrain (as described in Section 7.3)
Any gals out there fancy a wee try at team time trialling?
Steven Moore has kindly offered to give us a bit of coaching and coaxing. No previous experience required... or curious pointy hats and fancy kit .
A few of us are thinking of entering the Scottish team time trial champs again ( we had 2 whole teams last year) and are keen to have a little practice . Coach Steve is willing to help get us looking a bit more pro!
Plan meeting in Stirling on the evening of Wednesday 7th June. Exact details yet to be confirmed.
Any takers just post up here.