HSBC UK Disability Hub Race days
We have a number of confirmed HSBC UK Disability Hub dates across the country. To view these and book onto any of the sessions please see link: http://po.st/UHCXU2
**New for 2018**
We have introduced a few new aspects to the disability hub sessions this year which include:
My Personal Best – Across all disability hub sessions, coaches will be offering riders the opportunity to complete a personal best time on their hub circuit. This data will be recorded and riders will have the chance to improve on this throughout the year.
HSBC UK Disability Hub Race Days – A selection of the disability hubs will be running race events in 2018 to provide riders the opportunity to test themselves in a number of different race categories with riders of a similar ability. The HSBC UK Disability Hub Race days will provide riders a great opportunity to experience racing for the first time before progressing into regional or national competition. HSBC UK Disability Hub Race days will be taking place in Leeds, Tameside, Nottingham and London.
HSBC UK Disability Hub Race – 5th May- Tameside- http://bit.ly/HubDay5may
HSBC UK Disability Hub Race – 19th May- Nottingham- http://bit.ly/HubDay19may
HSBC UK Disability Hub Race – 24th June- Leeds – http://bit.ly/HubDay24jun
HSBC UK Disability Hub Race – 14th July – London (Lee Valley) http://bit.ly/HubDayLondon14July
HSBC UK Disability Hub Race – 17th November – London (Lee Valley) http://bit.ly/HubDayLondon17Nov
HSBC UK Disability Hub Track Sessions– We have also secured six track coaching sessions at Lee Valley Velopark & The National Cycling Centre in Manchester to compliment the circuit sessions running throughout the country. These are open to beginner and more experienced track riders. Booking is via the online events page on the British Cycling website: http://po.st/UHCXU2.
I would encourage anyone looking to attend any of these sessions to book early via the online booking page. This allows our coaches time to plan the sessions in advance, booking online also provides riders with a discounted rate for each session.
When riders book onto the sessions via the online events page it will ask if they require a pilot rider and a tandem. we will then receive this information and can then arrange for a local pilot riders to attend the session.
If anyone wanted to bring along their own pilot rider then this is also fine. I would suggest the pilot rider contact PhilBall@britishcycling.org.uk so we can book them onto the session, this also avoids the pilot rider been charged for the sessions as all pilot riders will ride free of charge.
In regards to age and bike size. We do not have a cut off for this but we do only have access to adult size tandems at the moment. We may have other bikes on site that can be used by children, so it would be worth contacting PhilBall@britishcycling.org.uk before booking.