Tameside Cycle Development

A range of activities take place at the disability hub in Manchester, which primarily uses the Tameside Road Circuit and the National Cycling Centre as a base. The sessions are for disabled riders of any ability looking to develop their technique, fitness and confidence – and are the first step for para-cyclists on The Rider Route for the Great Britain Cycling Team.

Updated 18:01:2020

Pathway Development

HSBC UK Disability Hub Session

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British Cycling Pathway Development

Event Overview

Event promoted by the British Cycling talent development team in partnership with regional staff. All sessions are for riders aged Youth A-B in the 2019 seasonEntry is online ONLY, no entries will be acceptedon the night. Development Centres support riders with their first step on the talent pathway as well as current riders who have been engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes.

Online entry is used to support the tracking of riders through the pathway.

Info for Riders These sessions are for riders competing as a Youth A or B in the 2019 season, the sessions are consist of progressive training exercises driven by challenging the physical and technical needs identified in the region. The sessions will have different ability groups so are very inclusive but please contact me if you have questions on rider suitability.

Online entry will be open upto Christmas for the first block then open at Christmas for the second block of sessions.Entries are non transferable other than in the event of a session cancellation

HSBC UK Disability Hub Session - Tameside

Info for Riders Disability Hub sessions are dedicated coaching sessions for riders with physical and learning disabilities who want to keep fit and develop their skills and technique through coached sessions. Both experienced and new riders of any age will be eligible to attend the sessions. There are a number of different adapted bikes at the venue including handcycles, trikes and tandems. Riders should contact the lead coach Andrew Saint beforehand to discuss their individual needs, including their aspirations, requirements for the session and if they need to book any equipment.

* Please note the session 10am-11am is a facilitated session for beginner riders with physical and /or learning disabilities. The session provides riders the opportunity to get active and receive support with their riding in a traffic free secure environment. We have a number of adapted bikes on site, which include handcycles, trikes and balance bikes for non-riders. Parents/guardians are more than welcome to join in with this fun and enjoyable session.*