Accredited Marshal training

Patrick Kavanagh, who helped us recently at the Willesden promoted John & Dulcie Walker Road Races, has sent details of further free training courses for anyone who would like to become an Accredited Marshal.  There are no races in Central Region which take place without AMs now so racing relies on these volunteers.

Courses are available in February at Hillingdon, Milton Keynes Bowl, and Warmington on Sea (the latter most famous as the setting for Dad’s Army).

Join a course now.

Accredited Marshal training

The Central region has one of the most diverse race calendars in the UK and was the first region to use accredited marshals. British Cycling is leading the way with making road events safer for all road users to ensure road racing stays on the road and is safer for all.

The region is looking to recruit more Accredited Marshals to support the 2018 road season. Click below to learn more about the role, training requirements and upcoming training courses.

Learn more about Accredited Marshals

Training courses for Accredited Marshals are available at Milton Keynes Bowl on Saturday 10 February 2018, at Warmington on Saturday 17 February 2018 and Hillingdon on Sunday 25 February 2018.

Details about the Milton Keynes course

Details about the Hillingdon course

Details about the Warmington course

We hope these courses will be of interest and you will want to be involved as a British Cycling Accredited Marshal.  

Yours in sport,

Patrick Kavanagh 

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