Make friends and complete the 2018 Ironmums Cycle Challenge in Orange
Make new cycling friends, get fit, improve your skills and conquer the 100km+ Orange Cycle Challenge in March 2018
Meet 9 new cycling buddies in 10 group outdoor rides (and 20 indoor sessions) over 4 months organised by Coach Liz – a Cycling Australia accredited coach
Enjoy YOU time away from the kids as you gain cycling fitness and confidence in the national Parks, roads and cycle ways of the Northern Beaches
We look forward to getting to know you and your two wheels! We’ll start easy and work up via a planned programme to longer distances. There will initially be two levels – starters and more advanced to help us accommodate different levels of fitness. And of course – there is a coffee stop with every ride!
Insurance with Cycling Australia is a prerequisite to joining the training programme and entering the selected Challenge Ride. It covers all our group rides and gives you peace of mind.
Over 60 hours of coached group cycling (indoor and outdoor)
Places are limited. The 2017 Cycle Challenge program sold out within 4 weeks.
What You Get
10 supervised outdoor group rides on Sunday mornings of 2 – 5 hours. Please note, participants may select a mid week ride instead – please let us know if this is a preference for you.
20 coached indoor bike sessions (1 hour) (Tuesday in Dee Why or session available online)
Optional additional weekly personalised online training programme
Nutritional advice for training and event. Holistic advice on maintaining a healthy body for cycling – including foam rolling and stretching
Extras: bike maintenance class, stretching class, foam rolling class, nutrition seminar
Group is limited to 9 participants
We are not bike snobs! Any road bike is acceptable (please no mountain bikes or hybrids) but we do require you to already be using cleats. We can help with confidence using the cleats.
Call Liz if you are unsure about your current abilities. We want YOU to join us!
Great excuse for a FUN girls weekend away in March 2018 culminating in a huge cycling achievement