u3a - Cycling - Social

Cycling - Social

 Cycling does not have to be sport focused, lycra clad and day glow dressed.  Cycling is a great way to socialise, keep fit and see things that you miss in a car and are too far away for a walk.  I am not a bike expert but I am enthusiastic about, what I call, social cycling.  Social cycling is undemanding and it is fun.  Getting a group started is simple and I am happy to pass on what I’ve learnt in the past decade or so with my U3A cycling group and a number of cycling holidays. A short guide of Do’s and Don’ts  on “Starting and Running a Group”, “Building a Rides Programme”, “Safety”, “Organising a short cycling break”, “Maps” can be found in the  Cycling - Social - Start Up Leaflet   Cycling - Social - Start Up Leaflet (367.31 KB)

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