Horsham Youth Cycling Club (HYCC)
Saturday 25th July
Saturday 1st August
Saturday 15th August
Saturday 5th Sept
Sunday 6th Sept
Horsham Youth Cycling Club is in Partnership with:
Horsham Bike Repair and Service
Simon - 07880 806209
Downs Link Challenge 20th June 15
Well done to all those that took part to raise funds for Chestnut Tree House.
Click here to see press release from County times
Who Are We?
We are a junior cycling club for children aged between 7-13 of all cycling abilities, on Saturday mornings between 10.00 - 12.00. We aim to introduce young riders to all aspects of the sport of cycling. We offer both recreational and competitive aspects to the sport to suit all needs and offer a range of different rides from skill and jump sessions at Forest School through to down hill riding at Tilgate, cross country riding in Leech pool woods, technical riding at Leith Hill and many more location and ride types.
Session Cost: £4.00 Members, £5.00 non members
More Information, contact Nick Scott
As well as mountain biking on trails we are a part of British Cycling’s Go-Ride Development Programme:
Go-Ride - is British Cycling's development programme for young people. The programme provides a fun and safe way to introduce young riders to the world of cycle sport and provides a platform to improve bike handling skills.
Pedal Preston Park
Date: Saturday 25th October 2014
Event Time: 12.00 midday - 5.00pm
Venue: Preston Park cycle track
Fee: £10 adult - under 16 free
On Saturday 25th October 2014 a group of fundraising cyclists will be riding around the velodrome in Brighton's Preston Park to help raise much needed funds for The Martlets Hospice & The MNDA. This years challenge is to collectively total some 30,000 laps of the track or 18,000km, the equivalent length of the coastline of mainland UK. Pedal in Preston Park is an annual event hosted & supported by the Preston Park Youth Cycling Club.
The members of PPYCC will be pedaling in the morning and then after midday, until 5.00pm, there will be an opportunity for all to collectively cycle the equivalent distance of the UK mainland coast line.
For more information and to register please visit:
Danny MacAskill's Imaginate