9am, the gathering of the troops and the getting to know you’s. “I’ve been on numerous workshops in the past where the social aspect was missing and you had people sitting down in their own groups or by themselves. I guess I want people to feel like they are all part of one mad family of adventurers!”
We then have Oliver Kirwan, the race director from Quest Adventure Series, lined up to talk a little about Quest and what they have in store for us in 2019.
Following this, the first of the workshop lectures on bike set-up, posture and cycling technique. This 45min talk will give you loads to work on with your bike and cover ways to improve your comfort and efficiency too. After this, we do a quick bike safety check and then roll out for a 15km spin, with the focus on quality, not speed! There will be three of us guiding the group, Jack at the front and Corey at the back, allowing me to move up and down the group giving feedback on your posture and bike handling.
Lunch is next and the Workshop café is the ticket. It’s only 2 mins up the road! You can bring your own lunch to the adventure workshop and join the group at the workshop café to keep the family workshop bond working!