WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT SQUAD

What is the Women's Development Squad? 
In line with the SKCC Women's Committee's Mission statement "To encourage, support and provide opportunities for women of all ages and abilities to reach their cycling goals", we introduced a fledgling development program in 2009. The program has evolved and gained momentum since 2009, and its main focus is to assist women who are looking for an introduction to competitive cycling.

The program includes an information session to help guide newcomers through the maze of competitive licence types and race formats along with an overview of "who's who" of race organisers. If you're looking for answers or guidance we have access to experienced mentors who will be able to assist you.

Participation in the squad is open to female members of SKCC, who are keen to develop their cycling and racing skills and put these skills into use in selected races.

Expressions of interest for participating in the Development Squad are called for in mid December thru' to mid January. The information session is usually held in late January or early February. If you have joined SKCC and missed the EOI timeframes don't be deterred, contact us to be included in the squad.

Cost: FREE

For further information, or to apply to join the Development Squad, please 
contact Gaelene Snelling on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on 0414 432 850.

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