24 Apr 2017


Dorking Cycling Club has it's own coaching squad for junior riders to teach youngsters in the schools in this area who want to improve their skills on a bike. 

By meeting and riding in a space that is free from traffic, we offer kids the chance to work on bike handling skills.

But most of all, to have fun!!

Sessions: are run fortnightly from Sunday 17th September to 17th December 2017 inclusive.

Venue: The Ashcombe School, Ashcombe Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 1LY (Access site via the A24 entrance). 

Please take extreme care accessing the site’s car park from this entrance to avoid accidents. There is to be strictly NO cycling in the car park. 


Times: Registration will start at 1.15pm and close at 1.30pm 

Coaching will start promptly at 1.30pm and finish at 3.00pm, when riders will be signed out by a parent or guardian. 

Rider Ability & Ages: 6 to 16 years inc. 

Riders must be able to ride confidently on 2 wheels without assistance. 

Cost: £5-00 per rider. (Each additional sibling will only be charged at £2-50). 

What to Bring: Riders are to bring their own bikes and cycling helmets. We would also strongly recommend a pair of cycling gloves or similar, to protect the rider’s hands in case of a fall. Riders will also need to bring their own drinks, along with any clothing that will be required depending on the weather. Riders MUST also bring any medication, etc. that is required. 

Bikes & Helmets: All riders MUST wear a cycling helmet while riding with us and bikes MUST be road legal for safety reasons, (i.e. have 2 independently working brakes, etc. Stunt pegs must also be removed from B.M.X. bikes). 

How the Programme will run: Coaching will start promptly at 1.30pm, (registration 1.15pm to 1.30pm). We will be coaching cycling techniques, etc. on the school premises. 

Any Questions: I hope the above helps to outline the programme, but should you have any queries or wish to volunteer to help please contact Keith Reed, Dorking Junior Cycling Club’s Head Coach at dcccoach1@gmail.com



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        I'm now taking this off the forum and donating direct to Amber Trust.