Matlock CC Club Coaches and Volunteers

Matlock CC has a proud history of organising many local, regional and national events both competitive and for fun for all ages.

 

The club works hard to provide opportunities to experience cycling in different forms and to develop the abilities of riders of all ages. Club volunteers are the lifeblood of our organisation - they ensure events and rides actually happen. 

 

Your club needs you to help, so please join us.

 

Every person's motivation to volunteer is different and there are a lot of reasons to make a contribution to your community's cycling activities. People often volunteer because they will:

  • make a difference

  • gain a lot of satisfaction from helping others

  • meet people and socialise

  • develop existing and new skills

  • give something back to the sport

​We always welcome people who can help with the Saturday Morning Whitworth Park Youngsters sessions which are very well attended! We can help and support you through the coaching accreditation process.

If you wish to get involved with organising events or becoming a British Cycling Official we can help get you started. 

 

If you would like to be involved in any way please initially contact our Club Secretary John White:

johnwhite244 at btinternet dot com

 

or Club chairman Andy Woolf Email: andrewwoolf at btinternet dot com

Help make our cycling even more enjoyable! 

Matlock CC Coaches - you are very welcome to approach them if you have any questions about coaching, racing and about the Club

Coaches (British Cycling L1 / L2 / L3 designation):

John White L2

Chris Mottram Activity Coach Award - equivalent to Level 2

Tony Falconer-White L2 - with additional Track qualification

Rob Williams L2

Martin Holmes L2

Tina Farr L2

Maresa Mellor L2

Julie Brough L2

Andrew Woolf L2

Harry Gould

Richard Thoday L2 - with additional Track qualification

Dawn Thoday L2 - with additional Track qualification

We have a regular coaches meeting to discuss our activities - any suggestions or topics for discussion are welcome!