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Winter Sessions

BIKE – SUNDAY CLUB RIDE:

For most levels: Every Sunday we aim to deliver two rides, one which is at about 13-15mph average and another which is 16-18mph average speed. If you don’t know your current speed then as long as you can ride for about 90 minutes non-stop we can accommodate you on these rides, we promise that you won’t be left behind. Come along and try the steady ride and then we can see which group you are best suited to for the future.

If you arrive on a Sunday and would like to do a different distance or speed to the main rides don’t feel afraid to offer to navigate a ride at your chosen speed/distance.

If you think you can’t ride for that long or as fast as that, do not let that stop you joining us. We also do once-a-month intro rides where we go at your speed and for a shorter distance. So do get in touch and we’ll do all we can to accommodate you.

Do not think that everyone is super speedy – we have athletes of all levels and we all started out as slower inexperienced riders – we are there to support you and help you improve and get faster over a period of time.

Rides led by various experienced members of the club

Free to members

NO HELMET, NO RIDE


What kind of bike should you ride? The ideal is to have a road bike (with drop handlebars) but plenty of people start out doing triathlon on hybrid bikes or mountain bikes. If you are thinking about purchasing a new bike we can give you advice on the right type of bike to buy and where to buy it.

What is average speed? The average speed is your speed averaged over a whole ride, so you might do a hilly ride with a flat section at some point, on the hills managing 10mph and on the flats 18mph and downhill 25mph – a bike computer or app on your phone will work it out for you. Check out Strava or Mapmyride.


MONDAY CIRCUIT TRAINING: use Royston Runners session in Royston, £3


TURBO TIME – WEDNESDAY BRICK SESSIONS…

Coached by Rachael

Small charge to members for coaching – club covers cost of venue. Details coming soon.


SWIM/RUN – THURSDAY AQUATHLON at McSplash… this is usually a coached swim session but may also be a gym or coached run session. A great workout and technique session.

Coached by Josh

Small charge made by McSplash (£5.25 to use the pool – £4.25 if you are a member of the sports club).

Weekly updates on FB


SWIM – SATURDAY TRIFIT at Royston pool…this is a free session if you are a Royston member at the pool or about £5 for non-members. A good session, which offers progression through the year building up to the start of the season. Also open to non-club members. See FB page: Tri2swim Royston for updated information

Coached by Alice

Free to Royston Leisure centre members

Charge payable to the pool if not a RLC member, £5.40


RUN – parkrun Wimpole – look for the club bobble hat or club vests/tees. There’s usually a handful of runners taking part, let us know if you’re going for the first time and we’ll arrange a meeting point.


EXTRA SESSIONS:

SOCIAL SUNDAYS:

Every 6-8 weeks we hold two rides – a one hour and a two hour, starting at staggered times and meeting at 10am for coffee, cake and a chat. A great way to try us out if you are interested in joining us. Check out our calendar for more information:

CLUB EDUCATIONAL talks held every couple of months. November’s is ride skills and bike maintenance. February is Rachael’s talk on injury prevention and recovery.

FOAM ROLLER session in October – FREE to members only. Learn effective foam rollering techniques to keep you injury free.

FULL MOO TURBO:

Wednesday mornings 10:00 – 10:45 and Friday evenings 19:30 – 20:15 at Chrishall Village Hall.

Just email hello@fullmoocycling.co.uk to book your place (£10 per session).


RUN – Royston Runners (Tuesday long run and Thursday speed session). Several club members attend one or both of these sessions.

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