Go-Ride Holiday Coaching Programme: Trading Places

Go-Ride , London – Monday, 23 Dec 2013

Event Details

Event URN:

304551

Start Date:

Mon, 23rd Dec 2013

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Burgess Park BMX Track, Emberton, 190 Albany Road, London, SE5 0AH
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Event promoted by:

British Cycling - Go-Ride London

Event Website:

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Event Overview

Follow in the footsteps of Jamie Staff, Shanaze Reade and even Sir Chris Hoy, trying out both BMX and Track cycling. Try out a new discpline, learn the skills and then test yourself with some racing.

Track riders visit Burgess Park BMX Track. 23rd December, 10am-12


BMX riders visit Herne Hill Velodrome. 23rd December, 3-5pm

The Rides

Date Start Ride name Classification Band Rider Cat Ride length
23/12/13 10:00 Track riders visit Burgess Park BMX Track --- --- --- 02 hr
23/12/13 15:00 BMX riders visit Herne Hill Velodrome --- --- --- 02 hr

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Ride Track riders visit Burgess Park BMX Track
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 23/12/13 10:00 --- --- 02 hr
Ride Track riders visit Burgess Park BMX Track
Mon 23/12/13 - 10:00
Duration: 02 hr
Rider Cat:
Ride BMX riders visit Herne Hill Velodrome
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 23/12/13 15:00 --- --- 02 hr
Ride BMX riders visit Herne Hill Velodrome
Mon 23/12/13 - 15:00
Duration: 02 hr
Rider Cat:

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