Cyclocross Coaching Sessions – Thursday Evenings
2015 Twickenham CC Open CX Coaching Sessions
Open to all cyclo-cross riders and potential cyclo cross riders from any club.
Structured Coaching and intensive workouts
Old Deer Park Richmond Thursdays 19:30 – 21:00.
First session Thursday 8th October 2015 till 10th December except 29th October (Half term)
After Christmas the sessions will continue on 7th, 14th, 21st January 2016
Cost £4 per session (Pay on the day)
Meet Pools in the Park Car Park, TW9 2SF (Parking is free after 18.30) Walk/ride back alongside the A316 to the coaching area.
Coaching takes place on and around the banking in Old Deer Park using overspill lighting from the A316
You can use a mountain bike if you don’t yet have a cyclo cross bike.
I will try and bring 2 or 3 CX bikes to try on most weeks but please bring your MTB in case I can’t get back to Marlow to collect them.
Any rider under 18 will need to bring a completed parental consent form. This will cover all the sessions.
Or Chris Sellings email@example.com 07966 302375
Want to give it a try
Come down and try a couple of coached sessions first.
The Central Cyclo Cross League is now up and running with 14 events registered over the winter.
There are races for U10s, U12s, Youth, Novices, V40, V50, Juniors, Women and seniors.
While the parents race there will be U10s and U12s Go-Ride Fun races and coaching at most CXL events.
TCC are affiliated to the League and your points will accumulate over the season for overall rankings.
Information on all fixtures and online entry can be found here: http://centralcxl.org.uk/
Enter via the British Cycling Website.
I’d encourage everyone to give CX a go, it definitely improves your fitness as well as confidence and handling skills on a bike. It will only take one race for you to love it – it’s also a great way to spend wintery Sundays. There are race reports and pictures from last season’s cross races on the TCC website which will hopefully give you a feel for the types of courses and amount of mud you’ll encounter.
Here’s a little taster video which hopefully helps you understand what it’s all about.