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A weekly coached technique session.
Meet in reception 7:45pm, pay the session fee (£4) to the coach who will mark you off the attendee list. If you are not signed up you will need to wait until the signed up attendees have completed signing in, to see if there is space available for you to swim.
Once allowed through to the changing area get changed (you'll need a £1 coin for the lockers) and meet poolside for the pre-swim briefing.
If it is your first time please let the coach know who will be able to explain the session to you and help you to decide which lane would best suit your ability. The session follows a specific set, but if you need to take a break then thats absolutely fine - take a rest as you need it. If you have them, bring fins for fun. And its always good to take a bottle of water poolside with you, swimming is thirsty work!
Pay and Play session at the cycle circuit. Pay £4 at York Sport reception before coming down to the circuit.Practice your group riding skills on a smooth, traffic free cycle circuit. The circuit is 1km log with a split in the middle so no-one gets left behind - just join back on the group when they next go past. A coach will be at the session for advice and guidance.
A 90 minute coached session based on improving technique and endurance. We have 3 lanes roughly at 6 mins/400m, 7 mins/400m and 8 mins/400m. Bring your toys (fins and paddles) to get the most out of the session.
This is a popular session so if you cannot make it please sign out ASAP and post on the club swim group Facebook page.
Build some strength in your legs!3 hour bike training session: 1 hour steady ride out, 1 hour of hill repeats and 1 hour ride home again. Dress according to the weather and bring the usual spares.
Spin is back January to March 2019 with a rotating coached session by Danny Sampson one week and a Sufferfest Group Training Session the next week. All sessions working on your Winter bike fitness to give you the best possible start to the 2019 season.
Sessions start 8pm for one hour and are £4 per person per session, collected when you arrive.
Bring water, a towel, a dry top for afterwards, and a good sense of humour :)
All sessions are for all abilities.
Group Ride - GREEN (https://www.yorktriclub.co.uk/...)
Meet 10am at Racecourse corner (Knavesmire Rd / Racecourse Rd).
Back at the Racecourse for approx. 12:30/1pm depending on the coffee stop.
Nice easy ride out - NO DROP. Just need a roadworthy bike, helmet, clothing suitable for the weather conditions, and to be comfortable riding on roads.
The ‘Green’ ride in particular endeavours to give newcomers an insight into club cycling. Suitable for relative newcomers to cycle sport, regular participation in this group will lead to improved fitness, better bike handling skills and more confident group riding technique to enable riders to progress to other Club rides or competition. Rides are tailored to meet the aspirations/abilities of all the riders and rides may be altered, or split en route as required, to accommodate individual fitness levels. All types of bikes can be ridden on these rides.
Manchester Velodrome - 3rd March 2019, 11am - 12pm. £20 each
A one-hour, coached session around Manchester's velodrome! Doesn't matter if you are not the strongest/fastest cyclist - as long as you can ride a bike!
Cost includes bike hire and helmet hire, as well as the coach but doesn't include shoe hire - which is about £5.80 (the bikes use look cleats).
For more information on the actual session, take a look here - http://www.nationalcyclingcent...
Sign up will add the £20 to your basket (see icon at top right) - please follow payment instructions from there. Any questions or queries, please email Rachael at firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Ride - AMBER (https://www.yorktriclub.co.uk/...)
Meet 10am at Racecourse corner (Knavesmire Rd / Racecourse Rd).
Back at the Racecourse for approx. 2/3pm depending on the coffee stop.
Suitable for experienced riders who are comfortable riding in a group.
This Group is aimed at experienced riders who want a longer ride and are comfortable riding longer distances in a group.
The Group usually averages 15-17 mph.
Road Bikes are required for this type of ride.
Group Ride etiquette should be observed.
Accommodation has been booked - if you would like to come, please email Rachael at email@example.com to see if arrangements can be made.York Triathlon Club’s Spring Social Weekend – Keswick Mountain Festival
YTC does Keswick Mountain Festival!
Location – YHA Keswick
Date – 17- 19May 2019
Cost - £85 (includes two night's accommodation and breakfast Sat/Sun morning)
Following previous successful spring social weekends, we are planning on heading back to the Lake District for Keswick Mountain Festival. This will be a great opportunity for all members as the Keswick Mountain Festival has something to suit everyone – as well as a chance for early season racing, socialising and general good fun.
Keswick Mountain Festival
Many of you will have heard of the Keswick Mountain Festival and some of you I know have raced over this weekend before. It’s a brilliant event with something for everyone – social and race wise. There are swim/cycle/run events as well as an early season open water triathlon. There are talks and events – including music and food, going on all weekend. Click here for more information on Keswick Mountain Festival and to look at the events that are running over the weekend. If you sign up for a race, you also get a ticket into the music festival on Saturday night – so all the more reason to race!
You can do as much or as little as you like, but it would be great to see YTC members as well represented at the weekend as we were at Kendal Sprint Triathlon last April.
There is also the additional benefit that staying at YHA Keswick means that we will be based quite close to all the action - making life easier!
The General Plan
The plan is, like in previous years, to head up on the Friday to a local Youth Hostel and stay over until Sunday. We generally meet in a pub/bar/local drinking establishment in the evening after checking in at the YHA, and generally map out the weekend - who fancies doing want and when. That's usually about the full extent of the plan to be honest.
In previous years, the weekend has often started with a discussion on which Parkrun and how people are getting there (there is a PR in Keswick - its an lovely out and back - see picture below from a previous year's trip!) and then who fancies doing what - or who is racing what - there is no obligation to take part in anything you don't want to, like always, its more about being sociable and enjoying the time up there with like minded people!
Keswick Mountain Festival is a really popular event so I am predicting that the YHA Keswick will fill quite quickly. This is one of the reasons I am posting this now – to gauge interest and potentially make the booking as soon as possible.
This year, however, I will also be asking for deposits to secure your place, which will need to be paid before 31December. These will be non-refundable if you find you cannot make it and your place cannot be filled. To be able to continue to offer these weekends, we must ensure that costs are covered.