Liverpool Century Road Club

Go Ride 2020

Liverpool Century Road Club is offering Go-Ride coaching and training for young cyclists keen to improve their cycling skills.

Based on the Government’s latest advice and guidance on the developing situation around Coronavirus/COVID19, British Cycling has suspended all of its sanctioned, cycling activities, initially until April 30.
This includes (but is not limited to):

  • Competitive events at all levels
  • Non-competitive, registered events (eg sportives, reliability trials)
  • Recreational rides (throughout our suite of programmes including HSBC UK Breeze, HSBC UK Guided Rides, HSBC UK Ride Social, Let’s Ride Pop-up)
  • All educational courses or activities (eg coaching courses, Ride Leader courses, commissaire courses)
    The decision has been taken based on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s caution against unnecessary travel and contact with others, to take the necessary steps to protect the health and wellbeing of riders, officials, volunteers and spectators, and alleviate the risk of an additional burden on the emergency services at what is a hugely testing time.
    We would strongly encourage all levels of the cycling community to join with British Cycling and the rest of the country in doing all we can to halt the spread of the virus in the midst of what is an unprecedented situation, however we recognise that this news will be disappointing, and potentially worrying, for some.
    British Cycling chief executive Julie Harrington said: “This was not a decision taken lightly and it is one we have taken in close cooperation with our colleagues at Scottish Cycling and Welsh Cycling.
    “We fully understand and appreciate the financial, social and community impact that this suspension could have, and we are working now to ensure that cycling is in the best possible health once the suspension can be lifted.
    “As I’m sure everyone can appreciate, these are truly unprecedented circumstances, and while we will be doing all we can to retain a sense of normality and continuity, it may take some time to return to full capacity as an organisation and as a sport once this situation has been resolved.

Liverpool Century Road Club is offering Go-Ride coaching and training for young cyclists keen to improve their cycling skills.

The weekly sessions will be held at Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park (the velodrome track off the main car park) every Thursday starting at 6pm till 7pm, throughout the summer months, first date is April 19th. Cost is £2 per session.

The coaching and training will be held under the British Cycling Go-Ride umbrella with a level 2 qualified coach, Alan Linford and Mike Fugaccia. Children will be supervised at all times. Each rider will need a roadworthy bike and helmet for the sessions which take place on part of the outdoor track. A parent consent form must be filled for those taking part.

Phil Mitchell on 0151 474 5187
Alan Linford: or

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