The ideology behind Push Sport is to deliver a range of local events, with a focus on getting people active and participating, an emphasis on quality and doing what we understand, re-investing in the community and the sport, but with a commercial focus. Push Sport already have an established brand, running a number of events around Suffolk and Norfolk ranging from recreational sportives to competitive cyclo cross and MTB events. They have successfully delivered events for a leading Norwich solicitors, the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital and, working with Norwich City Council, deliver the annual Gas Hill Gasp in Norwich, a city based hill climb run as part of the Lord Mayors Celebration.
Our intention is to build a series of events that will challenge and inspire people either as a group or individually to help improve fitness and meet new people. We hope to cover a range of sports but for now we are sticking to what we know and love which is cycling.
Our approach to the organisation of our events is from the view of what we would like as keen cyclists ourselves; giving the rider a challenge and offering the possible package, with support and help never far away when required.
QUALITY AND DETAIL
Being cyclists ourselves we pride ourselves on bringing you events that have a level of quality and detail we would expect. For our Sportives we use roads that are suitable for riding on as well as a higher level of support than a lot of events.
Tim started cycling at a young age and went on to compete nationally representing the Eastern Region on road. Tim has been involved in helping and supporting many local clubs in the region with websites and was a founding member of one of the largest clubs in the Norfolk Region. Tim’s real love is cyclo cross, and of course his wife and three kids! Tim has threatened many times that this is the year for the big racing comeback and who knows one of these years it might just well be!
A lifelong rider and racer with a particular passion for everything off road! Sara worked for the sports national governing body, British Cycling, for over four years, which provided additional wide-ranging knowledge and skills to add to her personal experience.