#TRACK2TOKYO Para Velodrome Day -1

Track , Derby – Friday, 11 Nov 2016

Event Summary

Event Overview

This is a full day of  Velodrome Track Race Training & Skills that will prepare Paracycling athletes for the national track championships and future C1 international track events.

You must have track experience of riding safely and confidently around a Velodrome to maximise the opportunity provided at this session.

Riders who have limited or no track experience should contact the organiser before entering this event.

Event Details

Event URN:

401763

Start Date:

Fri, 11th Nov 2016

Event Type:

Track (Competitive)

Venue:

Derby Velodrome, Derby Arena, Royal Way, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8JB

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Cheques payable to:

On Line Entry Only

Entry close date

Mon, 31st Oct 2016

Event promoted by:

British Cycling

About the Event

Info for Riders

Are you the next track superstar of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games? This event is an opportunity to practice your race routines and delivery of timed events at a British Cycling, Paracycling only, track coaching session.

This is the first of two events over the 2016-2017 season that will prepare Paracycling athletes for the national track championships and future C1 international track events.

During the day you will have the opportunity to;

1. Talk with British Cycling Performance staff

2. Practice your pre-race routine and deliver a timed sprint and endurance effort based on Paralympic distances for your category

3. Get advice on the areas you need to improve to better your time for the next event and national track championships.

 To enter this event you should have track experience of riding safely and confidently around the track

The Races

Paracyclists - All Ages Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Fri 11/11/16 09:00 Non-Ranking None --- 08 hr
Fri 11/11/16 – 09:00
Non-Ranking, None
08 hr

Event Summary

Event Overview

This is a full day of  Velodrome Track Race Training & Skills that will prepare Paracycling athletes for the national track championships and future C1 international track events.

You must have track experience of riding safely and confidently around a Velodrome to maximise the opportunity provided at this session.

Riders who have limited or no track experience should contact the organiser before entering this event.

Event Details

Event URN:

401763

Start Date:

Fri, 11th Nov 2016

Event Type:

Track (Competitive)

Venue:

Derby Velodrome, Derby Arena, Royal Way, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8JB

View map

Cheques payable to:

On Line Entry Only

Entry close date

Mon, 31st Oct 2016

Event promoted by:

British Cycling

About the Event

Info for Riders

Are you the next track superstar of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games? This event is an opportunity to practice your race routines and delivery of timed events at a British Cycling, Paracycling only, track coaching session.

This is the first of two events over the 2016-2017 season that will prepare Paracycling athletes for the national track championships and future C1 international track events.

During the day you will have the opportunity to;

1. Talk with British Cycling Performance staff

2. Practice your pre-race routine and deliver a timed sprint and endurance effort based on Paralympic distances for your category

3. Get advice on the areas you need to improve to better your time for the next event and national track championships.

 To enter this event you should have track experience of riding safely and confidently around the track

The Races

Paracyclists - All Ages Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Fri 11/11/16 09:00 Non-Ranking None --- 08 hr
Fri 11/11/16 – 09:00
Non-Ranking, None
08 hr

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