LiveArgyll Pedal for Pudsey

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Leisure charity liveArgyll is riding with the rest of the nation as it joins in efforts to help raise funds for BBC Children in Need.

On Friday November 19, at Victoria Hall, Campbeltown, members of the community are being invited to go the distance for charity and test their own indoor cycling fitness by taking a ramp test.

Similar to beep tests but on a bike, the Functional Threshold Power (FTP) ramp test will not only check basic fitness levels but also calculate an FTP score which can then be used to help track progress and motivate participants throughout future workouts.

Anyone interested can turn up any time between 8-9.30am and 11am-3.30pm and donations for Children in Need will be welcomed.

Instructors will be on hand to guide and motivate people throughout the test.

A special Coach by Colour taster Torque Endurance class will also be held at the hall from 6.30-7.30pm, in aid of Children in Need. To book contact Aqualibrium on 01586 551212.