Are you passionate about getting more women riding? Do you like teaching others how to become more confident on their bikes? Are you patient and positive? Then She Rides wants to hear from you!
She Rides is calling for Expressions of Interest from accredited teachers and coaches to lead the Spring 2014 round of programs, which will be running in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, Victoria and the ACT.
The Spring round will begin in October 2014 and will run for approximately 8-10 weeks. Programs can have a road/traffic focus or an off-road/mountain bike focus, so we encourage coaches from both disciplines to apply.
As a She Rides Leader you will run weekly cycle skills sessions for women in your local area, specifically targeting those women who want to ride for health, transport, fitness or fun, but lack the skills or confidence to currently do so.
All programs will have a strong emphasis on riding skills, developing confidence, having fun and creating a social connection with other women, because it is our goal that once the programs have completed the women will continue to ride regularly with each other.
If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, fill out your Expression of Interest application today!
Please note, EOI’s close at 5pm AEST on Friday, 1 August 2014.
To learn more about the application process and to apply, please click here.
Please read the She Rides Program Delivery Guidelines prior to submitting your EOI.
Applications will be carefully reviewed and both successful and unsuccessful applicants will be contacted on 11 August 2014.
For any questions about the application process or She Rides, please contact Alex Bright, National Participation Coordinator at Cycling Australia, on (02) 9339 5800 or email@example.com. Also, make sure you follow us on Facebook for all the latest news and updates.
She Rides is a coordinated initiative of Cycling Australia, Mountain Bike Australia and AustCycle, and is delivered with the support of the Amy Gillett Foundation and our State Cycling Associations, including Cycling New South Wales, Cycling Queensland, Cycling South Australia, Cycling ACT and Cycling Victoria.