Bray Wheelers continue their busy winter schedule
BRAY WHEELERS continue their busy winter schedule. During the winter months, especially before Christmas, when the racing cyclists will be taking it easy as regards the training, there are plenty of activities going on.
The next event, on Wednesday, December 3, at 9 p.m. in the clubhouse, is a Roller Night. All members are welcome to come along and give cycling on the rollers a try.
The rollers used for this session will be track rollers and require the rider to have a good sense of balance and concentration.
Don’t worry if this type of roller is new to you as there will be plenty of instruction on the night. Bring your bike and indoor cycling clothing - it’s worth a try. This is a member’s open night - even if you just want to see how it’s done.
On Sunday, December 7, the underage cyclists will be going bowling to celebrate a successful season.
The most recent success was a great performance on the Den T.V. programme, TOAST, where the Bray Wheelers Juvenile Team emerged victorious on the day.
On Monday, December 8, in the clubhouse one of Ireland’s top cycling coaches, Aidan Ryan of Sorrento Cycling Club, will be giving a coaching session for members of both Bray Wheelers and Sorrento Cycling Clubs.
This session will be very helpful for both experienced and beginner cyclists. The session will include planning for next season, how to train for goals set, and will conclude with a question and answer session.
On Sunday, December 21, the Bray Wheelers will host their annual Christmas Fancy Dress Two Up Fun Cycle. Sign on at 10 a.m. at the Club House, Schools Road, Bray.
This is a fun event and is the only event the club run throughout the year where the fastest team is not necessarily the winner.
Teams of two or family teams predict the time it will take them to cycle the route and the winning team will be the team that finish with the time closest to their predicted time.
Watches will not be worn!!!!! There are also prizes for the best fancy dress team and many other spot prizes will be awarded on the day.
This event is open to all ages and abilities, however, we do request that parents cycle with children under the age of 12 years. Refreshments will be served in the clubhouse after the event.