The Warriors are the junior section of Stirling Bike Club for boys and girls aged 8-17.
The Wallace Warriors are the junior section of Stirling Bike Club for boys and girls aged 8-17. The club has British Cycling’s Go Ride accreditation and Clubsport Stirling’s charter club status.
This means we have appropriate policies & procedures in place for the children to have a safe and rewarding experience.
It is our team of 13 British Cycling qualified coaches, who have completed child protection training, first aid training, and have Disclosure Scotland PVG checks, who deliver the sessions.
In various locations around Stirling, contact email@example.com for further information.
All sessions will be OFF-ROAD and mostly involve games and exercises to develop handling/race skills and cycle fitness. It’s all meant to be fun and introduce children to cycling as a sport rather than just a pastime or means of transport.
Activities are fun, exciting and challenging for newcomers and more experienced riders alike. Young people will learn essential cycling skills that will make them safer, better and faster than their friends.
There’s also a Skills Test that challenges even the best riders, so whatever your ability level, you will have a great time!
More details on the activities delivered to the children and the ability levels of the coaching groups can be found by clicking on the Skill Levels button below.
Every Thursday, Sign on from 18:45. Coaching starts 19:00-20.15 (20:30 for "Group 5" riders).
We are pleased to announce that the Waiting List for the Wallace Warriors will re-open on Monday 15th April 2019. The list will start empty, and only requests from that date onwards can be placed on the list. We hope to take another intake of Warriors on soon.
Due to popular demand, the Waiting List is currently closed, once the list has reduced it will open again for names.
If you are 6 or older and interested in attending SBC Wallace Warriors coaching sessions please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are 6 or 7 you may have to wait until you are 8 years old to start. If you are 8 - 17 you should be able to start within a couple of months.
If you are a youth A-B road rider or teenage MTB rider with competition experience who has moved into the area you may be able to start immediately.
Any questions please contact: email@example.com.