Cycle Training Assistant completed through Cycling Scotland

Over the past two weekends I continued my progress in building up my cycling qualifications through Cycling Scotland. Local difficulties prevented me from getting up to do my final day on Cycle Trainer course with a fantastic group with diverse cycling backgrounds and interests. Kelly Fry of Small Fry Cycles ran the course and is highly recommended, as this blog about her work with a younger group confirms. Arrangements have now been made to do my Day 4 to finish up Cycle Trainer in January 2021 but if you need a CTA for anything in the meantime, please do get in touch.

Course was in Kinross and a big thank you to Loch Leven Cycles for providing a venue for the course in the midst of their move to a new site by Loch Leven’s Larder

Thanks to Cycling Scotland for all the kit to help us improve our knowledge and skills, tune-up bikes and run lessons. Especially pleased to have a shiny new copy of the new sixth edition of Cyclecraft that came out this year.

Picture of the book Cyclecraft and the Essential Cycling Skills Booklet
New editions of Cyclecraft and Essential Cycling Skills

I am a palaeobiologist in my early 40's carrying out research work. I am based in Scotland.

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Al is a Hill and Moorland Leader and has also completed the Expedition Skills module
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