Tina Walker, a local Cycle instructor and Cycling UK/British Cycling Ride leader, has ridden some local routes to give you inspiration to ride locally during Covid-19 Lockdown.
The Cycling Festival Map that the routes are mostly taken from is available from the Cycling UK Stevenage Website. Use map page to find the page.
FAMILY RIDES FROM YOUR DOOR STEP
Taking the family out on a bike ride is a great way to get some fresh air exercise and a dose of feel good! HSBC UK Let's Ride Local provides ideas and inspiration to help keep everyone motivated and safe whilst cycling in your local area.
The Herts Sports Partnership, in partnership with colleagues at the University of Hertfordshire, have adopted CoachAi - a virtual companion that interacts with individuals via smartphones - to help them make exercise a regular part of their weekly routine.
There was huge disappointment at the postponement of the London Marathon but six Fairlands Valley Spartan women were determined to still raise money for charity and to make their running effort a bit special.
Lauren starts outdoor season with Hammer Club Record.
A compilation of news from Fairlands Valley Spartans.
A collection of March News items from Stevenage Striders.
The Herts Sports Partnership will be supporting the #TwoPointSixChallenge by offering 260 free places on Mind’s online Mental Health Awareness in Sport & Physical Activity course. If you are part of a club or a coach in Hertfordshire then you can sign-up to complete the course.
For each signup we will donate £10 to the fantastic
Herts Disability Sports Foundation who do great work to develop disability sport across Hertfordshire
The Herts Sports Partnership recognise that local sports clubs, through the efforts of their huge voluntary workforce, play a crucial part in making people in Hertfordshire more physically active and healthy, whilst making communities better and safer places to live and work.
We hope that this newsletter provides information to help you to continue to do the great work that you do, we also understand that during these unprecedented times, clubs are facing additional pressures.
You may have seen the recent Sport England announcement about the £195m support package for the sport and physical activity sector.
This includes a £20m Community Emergency Fund which we wanted to make you aware of.