At last the great day has arrived when a group of enthusiastic and excited children will be visiting Market Place in Kettering to see world class cyclists cross the finish line in stage 3 of The Aviva Wome’s Tour!
More details of the live updates of Woman’s tour and cycling opporunities and events for the public organised by Kettering Cycling Club can be found on their website http://www.ketteringcyclingclub.co.uk
Winner of the logo and name ‘name the bike’ competition gets his C & D sponsored bike. Presented by Helen Wyman, 2x European & 9x British cyclo-cross champion
We saw Laura Trott, double Olympic champion and 5 x world champion, cross the line!
UCI 7 x Cyclo-cross world champion Marianne Vos signs for club member!
A great day of sport for national Empty Classroom day!
Happy with my prize!
The finish line in Market Square
Enjoying the race!
Free British Cycling youth coaching sessions have been enjoyed by members of the school over the past few months after setting up in Brambleside last winter. Members of the eco team have helped support this over the past few months by writing an article in the Bugle, delivering a whole school assembly, making posters and promoting the ‘create a logo and a name the club’ competition.
Flying The Green Flag for Northamptonshire. Rachel and the NWEET team promoting green living and the many services and opportunities they provide
Prize Cyclone Club member won Helen’s hat too!
Kettering Cycling Club more than 100 years ago
Recycling and upcycling old bikes! The local shops got intio the Tour spirit in an eco way.
The youth cycling club will be officially named later today when it is hoped that Helen Wyman, of the British cycling team will present the winner of the club with a prize donated by our sponsor, the Kettering Cycling Shop ,C & D Cycles.