Have you ever been inspired by the UCI Juniors Track World Championships to get involved in Track Cycling? Here you can with Scottish Cycling and British Cycling various programmes.
Please see below for all the information you need to get started in Track Cycling.
Scottish Cycling has a whole range of ways for you to make 2013 your cycling year, whatever your ability or aspirations:
There is over 155 affiliated clubs, hundreds of events on Scottish Cycling's events calendar and lots of opportunities for coaches, officials and volunteers to get involved in cycling. We also provide great membership benefits for individuals, clubs and event organisers.
Scottish Cycling also have 5 Regional Development Officers who are based across Scotland who can offer help and advice on getting started and developing cycling in your local area.
To find your local cycle club on our club finder, check out the amazing events or for more information on getting started go to the Scottish Cycling website.
Go-Ride - is British Cycling's
development programme for young people. The programme provides a fun and safe
way to introduce young riders to the world of cycle sport and provides a
platform to improve bike handling skills and racing know-how.
is easy, either with a local Go-Ride Club or through one of
our many Holiday Coaching Programmes where
young people will be able to sample the various cycle sport disciplines and
start enjoying one of the fastest growing sports in the UK today.