King’s Lynn Cycling Club members have been busy and active on mountain bikes in Brandon Country Park and Shouldham Warren over the past weekend.
With the strong winds and inclement weather riding in the woodland terrain contributes in helping build up bike handling skills and maintain base miles into winter training ready for spring racing and longer rides.
KLCC also have a regular spin and core class on Tuesday evenings at Sports Direct Gym in Lynn which enables members to train with superb instruction by class instructors.
It currently has been running for over a year now and organised by Gary Smith, a ABCC Level 3 coach.
Today (Friday) until Sunday, in Tesco Hardwick store foyer in Lynn, you will see KLCC riders participating in the store’s charity challenge for British Heart Foundation and Diabetes.
They will be cycling on static bikes provided by Sports Direct in Lynn.
Also, many members will bring along and use their turbo bike trainers to clock up the miles to help Tesco store achieve the miles to ride to Lapland.
At Tesco Hardwick the club will be represented by all ages and abilities from Go Ride children’s club members to time triallists and sportive riders, so come along and say hello and if interested learn more about the club and what they offer.
Club organiser Annie Thompson said: “We have many willing members of all ages participating this year and this promises to be an eventful weekend.
“Thanks must go to Tesco Hardwick for inviting us along to help them achieve their goal to cycle to Lapland and to raise money for worthy charities.”
Also, see the website www.kingslynncyclingclub.co.uk for more information on the club.