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Group Riding Skills Clinic #2 for BC - C Riders

  • Sunday, October 14, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Healdsburg Parks & Rec, 1557 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg, 95448
  • 19

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Group Riding Skills Clinic #2 for BC - C Riders

Led by Richard Anderson

Registration required, *$10 deposit per person
*$10 deposit is refundable upon completion of the clinic or upon 72 hour notification of cancellation prior to the clinic start.  

Class Description: In this clinic we target the specific mind set and skills needed to ride more cooperatively, safely and efficiently in a group. The 35-mile loop for the clinic consists of 4 legs with relatively flat to moderate terrain.  Before  each leg the coach explains and models a set of group riding skills. Participants then ride in small groups while practicing, and receive real time feedback and suggestions.  At the end of each section of riding there is a short debrief to consolidate and extend what is learned.

Riding cooperatively in a group is simple;  it is not easy. The skills involved are perishable and take an ongoing effort to learn and apply. Even if you’ve already taken a group riding skills or paceline class, this clinic can prove useful.  Come out and enjoy the thrill of truly riding together.  

Registration required, limited to 20 riders. Please register by October 12 at 5:00 pm.  Please note that there is a $10.00 deposit per person for this clinic. You will receive a refund of your deposit if you cancel with 72 hours notice (by 9:00 am on October 11) or upon completion of the clinic.

What to bring: 

  • road bike
  • riding shoes
  • helmet
  • enough pocket food & drink for the entire clinic (no rest stop at a store or coffee shop)
  • no aero bars or panniers
Ride Leader Training Program - this class satisfies one of the requirements to complete the SRCC Ride Leader Training Program.

This is the second class of a two-part group riding series offered by the SRCC. The first focuses on the basic concepts and skills of group riding. The second (#2) class offers more ride time to further practice and extend the same concepts and skills. The two-part series will be taught once in the Spring for A-B riders, then again in the Fall for BC and above riders. Classes can also be scheduled on a request basis for groups of 5-10.

Wait List: When the registration limit of 20 is reached, additional members may still sign up on the wait list. As members cancel their registration, the person at the top of the wait list will be moved to the active list and notified.

Please contact Richard Anderson, randerson999@icloud.com, with any questions.











 

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