WEEKEND GROUP RIDES
SATURDAY TRAINING RIDES
(PLEASE CHECK OUR Facebook PAGE DURING THE SUMMER)
or join the 'Club Captain'
and enjoy ...
SUNDAY CLUB RUNS
9am (faster pace)
9:30am (NEW steady pace)
from The Square, Market Harborough
MID WEEK ACTIVITIES
Wednesday nights 7.00-8.00pm
The Compass Point Business Park
Watt Bike Sessions
THURSDAY NIGHTS- £6:00
At Lutterworth Bike Studio
Sessions are run by
Kath Akoslovski (BC Level 3 coach & Wattbike Advanced Trainer)
Cost-Adults £6, under 18 £3, (pay on the night)
Booking essential to avoid disappointment.
Book direct with Kath by Tues 6pm
by email or text
WELLAND VALLEY CC promote a multitude of activities
to cater for everyones needs.
2017 club calendar
LEE SCAMPTON TROPHY
The prestigious Lee Scampton trophy will be awarded to the club member
that has accumulated the most miles at the end of the season
by completing any of the following;
- Reliability trial
- Or any official non-competitive ride.
Please submit your totals for MARCH to Claire Moore at email@example.com
Club runs are organised on a weekly basis, throughout the winter months (October - March) with a designated cafe stop, usually for 50-60 miles for the faster paced ride and around 30 miles for the steady paced ride. If numbers dictate, the clubrun will be split in groups depending on ability. The club run meets on a Sunday, at the Square, Market Harborough: 9am for the faster paced ride and 9:30am for the steady paced ride.
From March - October, the majority of members participate in racing activities and there is no organised club run. However club members wanting a Sunday morning ride still tend to meet on an informal basis at the Square in Market Harborough. These informal rides can be arranged via the forum on the website.
These are a great way of keeping in shape, getting comfortable with group riding skills and meeting up with club members at times when solitary riding can be less than pleasant.
For those of you unfamiliar with the club run, we have listed a few bullet points below covering etiquette. These are fairly straightforward and have been included for reasons of both safety and everyone's riding enjoyment.