Velo Vixens Womens Track Coaching Sessions - Brighton

Track , Brighton – Friday, 10 Jun 2016

Event Summary

Event Overview

90 minute women only track cycling coaching and training sessions.

Open to any woman or girl (over 12) who can ride a bike. We will cater for absolute beginners on track bikes (you must be able to actually ride a bike to join the sessions- you probably ride a road or hybrid bike normally) as well as women who have ridden on a track before. We will split the group into sub-groups to cater for different abilities.

You will experience the exhilaration of riding a track bike around the oldest track in the country, out in the fresh air. We will progress through the series covering a variety of bike handling, group riding, and energy efficiency techniques and tactics.

Run by British Cycling Level 2 Track Coaches – Tim Sales, Anthony Rogers, Dave Gerrey, and Ben Miller

There will be expert riders to support the session - experienced female youth and junior track riders drawn from the local youth clubs PPYCC (Preston Park Youth Cycle Club) and VC Jubilee.

Velo Vixens Brighton Committee members (Alison, Isobel, Wendy, and Amanda) will also be at the sessions to help them run smoothly and answer questions.

Track bikes will be available at the track (£2 hire per bike – please bring cash)

Need to know more? - email alisoncyclecoach@gmail.com

Event Details

Event URN:

398909

Start Date:

Fri, 10th Jun 2016

Event Type:

Track (Competitive)

Venue:

Preston Park Cycle Track, Preston Drove, Brighton, Sussex, BN1 6LA
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Cheques payable to:

On Line Entry Only

Entry close date

Thu, 9th Jun 2016

Event promoted by:

Velo Vixons

About the Event

The Races

Women/U16/U14/U12 Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Fri 10/06/16 19:30 Non-Ranking None --- 01 hr 30 mins
Fri 10/06/16 – 19:30
Non-Ranking, None
01 hr 30 mins

Event Summary

Event Overview

90 minute women only track cycling coaching and training sessions.

Open to any woman or girl (over 12) who can ride a bike. We will cater for absolute beginners on track bikes (you must be able to actually ride a bike to join the sessions- you probably ride a road or hybrid bike normally) as well as women who have ridden on a track before. We will split the group into sub-groups to cater for different abilities.

You will experience the exhilaration of riding a track bike around the oldest track in the country, out in the fresh air. We will progress through the series covering a variety of bike handling, group riding, and energy efficiency techniques and tactics.

Run by British Cycling Level 2 Track Coaches – Tim Sales, Anthony Rogers, Dave Gerrey, and Ben Miller

There will be expert riders to support the session - experienced female youth and junior track riders drawn from the local youth clubs PPYCC (Preston Park Youth Cycle Club) and VC Jubilee.

Velo Vixens Brighton Committee members (Alison, Isobel, Wendy, and Amanda) will also be at the sessions to help them run smoothly and answer questions.

Track bikes will be available at the track (£2 hire per bike – please bring cash)

Need to know more? - email alisoncyclecoach@gmail.com

Event Details

Event URN:

398909

Start Date:

Fri, 10th Jun 2016

Event Type:

Track (Competitive)

Venue:

Preston Park Cycle Track, Preston Drove, Brighton, Sussex, BN1 6LA
View map

Cheques payable to:

On Line Entry Only

Entry close date

Thu, 9th Jun 2016

Event promoted by:

Velo Vixons

About the Event

The Races

Women/U16/U14/U12 Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Fri 10/06/16 19:30 Non-Ranking None --- 01 hr 30 mins
Fri 10/06/16 – 19:30
Non-Ranking, None
01 hr 30 mins

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