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Interested in Joining us at Innisfree Wheelers

INTERESTED IN JOINING INNISFREE WHEELERS CYCLING CLUB SLIGO ?
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> Innisfree Wheelers are adhering to government & Cycling Ireland guidelines on COVID 19 restrictions so at the moment all club group activities are on hold.We are actively encouraging individual members to continue cycling and exercising within government guidelines.
> The COVID regulations will be relaxed so we are renewing our club membership for 2021 and also welcoming new members over 18 years old to sign up.All cyclists who register with our club are required to sign up also to Cycling Ireland which entitles cyclists to dedicated insurance and a great variety of cycling info.
> Depending on your cycling ability there are options for you within Innisfree wheelers and below is a basic description of our club cycles in normal times.
> A Group – average 70 /100 km on Sunday spins
> B Group -average 50/80 km on Sunday spins
> C group -average 30/50 km on Sunday spins
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> For people who are interested in joining the club you are very welcome to join our organised spins {not presently operating during COVID restrictions} which depart from the Sligo IT arena car park off Ash Lane on Sunday mornings ( A group start @ 9am,B & C groups start @ 10am) The spins are registered on our Facebook page the day before showing proposed route and distance .Its a great opportunity to meet fellow cyclists and of course the coffee/cake stop is always the highlight of every spin.
> The only requirement is a roadworthy bike and a cycling helmet.
> Interested cyclists are initially covered by insurance for 3 club spins and then are required to sign up as as a club and cycling ireland member.
> Cyclists who wish to join the club can easily do so on www.cyclingireland.ie on their Join Cycling Ireland portal or you can download the club application form directly with this link. { provide link to club application}
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> For people who have just taken up or returned to cycling and are a little anxious about cycling in groups or worried about their ability to cycle longer distances there are other options to look at before signing up to the Innisfree wheelers.
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> Innisfree Wheelers Bike for Life : not guaranteed to happen every year but on occasions qualified trainers within the club volunteer to carry out an intensive cycling course for beginners which covers cycling techniques and safety.This course will be advertised on our Facebook page and website .
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> Sligo Sports & Recreation Bike for Life: A 6 week programme through sligo County Council to build cycling fitness and safety.This course is advertised through sligosportandrecreation.ie and Facebook.
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> Axa Community Bike Rides :This programme provides opportunities to take part in solo or group rides in their local community. This course is advertised on cycling Ireland.ie and Axa Facebook page.
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> Bike Like Me promotion through Cycling Ireland website.
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> If you are looking for any further information do not hesitate to contact the club through our resources section on www.innisfreewheelers.com .
> Or anytime you see members out in our distinctive blue & yellow gear or at coffee stops etc do not hesitate to get chatting ,were very good at that