Getting to Paisley

The town of Paisley is located approx 10miles west of Glasgow City Centre and enjoys easy access to the central motorway links in Scotland via the M8 (junctions 28-29) which also links to the M74 South approx 10-15mins drive from the town centre.
Served by a number of railway stations the main Paisley Gilmour Street station is a short 10-15min journey to Glasgow Central.
Paisley Gilmour Street Station is 2mins walk to the north of the Event Area.
Paisley Canal Station is 10mins walk to the south of the Event Area.
If arriving by bike, Paisley sits on the Sustrans National Route 7 cycle network. 
For those tempted by air, Glasgow Airport sits on the northern outskirts of Paisley, a short 10min drive or bus journey.

Go-Ride in Scotland

What is Go-Ride?

Go-Ride is Scottish Cycling's Club Development Programme aimed at improving both young riders and clubs. It focuses on volunteers and young members - improving coaching standards and increasing the number of young riders with access to coaching activities.

Go-Ride supports the creation of school-club links, which helps provide clubs with a constant influx of new young members and helps everyone work towards our shared vision of more young people, more active, more often in cycling.

The success of Go-Ride is dependent upon partnerships between Scottish Cycling, clubs, schools, local authorities and voluntary organisations Further details on Go-Ride 

Local Clubmark Affiliated Youth Cycling

The Johnstone Jets is the youth section of the Johnstone Wheelers Cycling Club which has been at the heart of the Renfrewshire cycling community since 1926.

The Jets were formed as a British Cycling Go-Ride Club over the winter months of 2007-08 and received their Clubmark Quality Accreditation in September 08.

The Club currently has 12 British Cycling qualified coaches with additional training in First Aid, Safeguarding and Protecting of Children and Enhanced Disclosure.

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