BFCC offers within its Junior membership access to the wonderful sport of Mountain Biking and our aim is simple – to introduce the enjoyment and sense of achievement that riders of all ages and ability can reach by participating in cycling.
We are delighted by the number of Junior’s who participated in the Saturday Club each year, and we continue our successful formula of offering two ability streams for our Junior Club members – the Saturday Junior Club and the Advance Junior Club.
Attendance to the Saturday Junior Club is free for members and makes the best of the warmer months to ensure their participation in our sport remains fun and enjoyable. We commence the season in April and draws to an end in September/October.
Riders within the Saturday Junior Club may be invited join the all-year-round Advance Junior Club when their ability reaches a competent level and thus enjoy the great British winter weather. Our focus for Advance Juniors will be coaching to race, outride’s, having fun and learning to train.
If any Parent/Guardian or rider has any questions, please refer to the Junior Club – FAQ sheet or better still do speak with any of our professional coaches – we are a friendly bunch and we are here to encourage cycling and to make it enjoyable & fun for all.
We look forward to welcoming back all our Juniors’ to another enjoyable season.
Head Coach/Go-Ride Coordinator.
For more information and dates, please see our Coaching page or click on the following links:
NOTE: Free trial session for those juniors considering joining the club, but would like to experience a session before committing to becoming a member. In these cases, please email email@example.com to book your free session. You will need to complete our Parental Consent & GDPR Form in advance and bring with you on the day.
Advance Junior Club participation
All Junior members of the Club will be invited to join the Advance Junior Club by our coaching team should they spot a talented rider within the younger Saturday Junior Club riders. Participation at an advanced level is based on MTB technical skills ability and fitness, not by the rider’s age.