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Brownlee Centre Breeze Sessions

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Brownlee Centre Breeze Sessions

Our Breeze sessions at the Brownlee Centre closed circuit will be open to any women and children 16yrs and over. The only ability criteria is that you must be able to ride a bike. The circuit is a mile long and can be used in a variety of ways and there is capacity to have mixed abilities on the circuit. The sessions are lead by Volunteer Breeze Ride Leaders, who will help structure the sessions around the following themes; building confidence in gear changing, road skills, for example looking around, signaling, riding 2 abreast, grouping at junctions; building your speed through sprint work and incline sprints, improving body position on bends; or you can just ride the track with friends and see how many miles you can do during the session.You can choose an easy going session or a challenging one based on your personal preferences.Please try to arrive before 5:50pm so the leaders can take a register, give a quick briefing and get you on the circuit for the 6-7pm session. Leaders will meet you outside the reception entrance There is a large secure car park and toilet/changing facilities inside the centre. Need to borrow a road bike and helmet? They are available to hire for £2 pp payable at reception on the night, please contact The BROWNLEE CENTRE STAFF on: bodcyclingbookings@leeds.ac.uk or ring them on 0113 3431222, & INCLUDE YOUR HEIGHT to reserve one before booking on to the ride.( you will get a confirmation e mail if a bike is available). We would appreciate it if you could arrive at 5:45pm in this case so youcan collect your bike and are ready to go on the circuit at 6pm.the only bikes available are low handlebar road type bikes.only the saddle can be adjusted.

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