Train for your first 100k or 100 mile ride
Our training is focused on teaching women to safely ride a bicycle in a group setting and develop the skills needed to successfully complete the Cinderella Classic or Challenge rides.
Build your skills and endurance
Each ride will build on the skills and strength you built the week prior, getting progressively longer and more challenging as the training series continues. You will ride in groups consisting of 10-20 riders with a minimum of two ride leaders per group. Build strength, endurance, confidence, team riding, and mechanical skills with encouragement and technical tips from other women!
The first training consists of an ORIENTATION, BIKE RODEO, and a SHORT RIDE (attendance is mandatory!), followed by TEN RIDES.
Which series is right for me?
This training is for all levels, from beginning to experienced riders. The Cinderella Classic Training is right for you if you are comfortable on your bike, can ride 10 miles, and are eager to learn how to ride on the road and in a group. By the end of this series you will be ready to tackle the 100k option of the Valley Spokesman Cinderella Century.
Am I a challenge rider?
The Cinderella Challenge series is right for you if you like riding, are in shape to ride 35 miles in about 3 hours, and want to gain group riding skills. By the end of this series you will be ready to tackle the 100 mile option of the Valley Spokesman Cinderella Century.
New this year
The Let's Climb! series is right for you if you are an intermediate cyclist looking for some extra climbing. The series will cover many of the climbs in the Challenge series at a slower pace with fewer overall miles. Pace on the flats will be 10-14 mph increasing as the series progresses. This group is a great choice for riders who are considering a hilly metric later in the Spring or a move to the Challenge series for 2013.
For more information
FFBC web site: http://ffbc.org/cinderella
Joyce Tanaka firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori Sommer email@example.com
Note to ride leaders
If you have been accepted as a ride leader for this series, please contact Vicki Timmons at firstname.lastname@example.org. This Active.com registration site is only for student rider registration.
FFBC Club membership is required to participate in the series. The registration fee includes the 2012 membership dues.
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