LADIES ARE DOING IT FOR SPORT RELIEF!!
After speaking with our usual attending ladies at this session, we are making a slight change to our usual Monday Circuit Breeze ride and being supported by BKCAT Cycle Circuit, British Cycling and local bike shops are going to use the session for a challenge in support of Sport Relief's Greg James and Zoe Ball who combined are cycling a total of 850 miles.
Our challenge along with a mixed session being run at 5pm-6pm is to cycle 850 miles in 2 hours!
Yes you read it right ... 850 miles in 2 hours!!!
Think we can do it!? We are looking for around 60 ladies to join us. Do you know ANY ladies that have a bike and an hour to spare?
We need their leg power!
They can cycle one or 101 miles, we won't stop any of you until you are fully tuckered out!
For full details please go to https://butwillbeworthit.blog/2018/02/27/we-need-you-your-bike-for-sports-relief-18/
MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW ASAP.
New to cycling, need a confidence boost, testing out a new bike, trying out cleats or want to get some extra circuit training in? Then come and join us at Wakefield’s new traffic free purpose built cycling circuit.
Come with friends and family or come on your own, you will soon get to know and chat with other likeminded ladies and enjoy not only cycling together but sharing tips and hints to make our cycling life fun.
Located at St Thomas a Becket School in Wakefield (Sandal), the FREE women only rides are ideal if you have not ridden for a while, need to build confidence or simply want to meet like minded ladies and get out riding your bike.
You can do 1 lap or you can do 20+, it is up to you. The friendly female Breeze Champions will be there to give you useful tips and advice, teach basic cycling skills and cycle the circuit with you if you need us to. If anyone wants to go a little faster you are welcome to ride around at your own pace, it is your hour, feel free to use it to suit your needs (please note racing will not be permitted).
All participants MUST wear a cycling helmet. No helmet No ride.
You wear footware appropriate for cycling such as trainers or cycling shoes.
No flapping trouser legs that may get caught in your bike chain.
Bike lights, the circuit is flood light but it never hurts to be seen better.
It would also be helpful to bring a puncture kit and bike pump.
If you are sure about any of this information or have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.