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Cambridge Junior Cycling Club

Our volunteer run club for U16 cyclists. With weekly meetings during term time, the perfect club for those who want to improve their cycling ability, for leisure, everyday riding or moving towards racing.

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Our off-road paths, dedicated pump track and British cycling qualified coaches make these the perfect sessions for budding cyclists looking to practice different cycling disciplines and skills and even take part in off-road races.

Participants must be able to pedal a two-wheeled bike without stabilisers, under control, listen and obey instructions. Younger or less experienced riders should try our Cycle First sessions.

 

Session Times:

Termtime Saturdays:

  • 1.30-2.25pm for 5 - 10 yrs

  • 2.30-3.25pm for 11 - 16 yrs

Bring your own bike, helmet and gloves

We work closely with the City Council, Cambridgeshire County Council and local Cycling Clubs – particularly Team Cambridge, Cambridge Cycling Club and Cambridge Triathlon Club – as well as other partners to help to extend the opportunities for young people to participate in the sport of cycling.  It is expected that in time riders from the Cambridge Junior Cycling Club will graduate to local clubs.

Membership

Click here to join on the British Cycling Website. 

Membership costs £15 per year. 
For this members will receive:

  • A club t-shirt

  • Unlimited weekly coached sessions for just £6 per session

  • Opportunities to purchase and use club kit

  • Opportunities to race as a member of Cambridge Junior Cycling Club

  • A membership card

Please bring your membership card or proof of membership purchase to the park office (to the right of the Cafe) to claim your T-shirt.

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Cambridge Junior Cycling Club - 55 min

  • Young People (5-16) who can ride a pedal bike

  • 13:30 5-10 yrs

  • 14:30 10-16 yrs

£10/£6

A British Cycling Go-Ride Club for all girls and boys who want to improve their cycling ability, whether for leisure and everyday riding or they want to progress to cycle racing.

Run by volunteers these sessions explore Milton Country Park and its dedicated courses. A great opportunity to practice different cycling disciplines and skills, even taking part in off-road races. 

Working with both the council and local cycling clubs to extend opportunities, over time riders may graduate to local clubs to continue their cycling journey.

Participants must be able to pedal a two-wheeled bike without stabalisers in a controlled manner, listen to and obey instructions. Bring your own bike, helmet and gloves. British Cycling membership is NOT required. A consent form is required for the first session.

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