HSBC UK Go-Ride Holiday Coaching Camp – Beginner through to Advanced - BMX at Royston

Go-Ride , Royston – Thursday, 31 Aug 2017

Event Summary

Event Overview

HSBC UK Go-Ride Holiday Coaching Camps offer training and education dedicated to specific levels of rider over a range of disciplines. Camps are available at two levels.

If your child is new to cycling or not a regular at a club or races then the beginner’s camps are for them. These offer the participant a chance to develop and become proficient at a range of core cycling and bike handling techniques that will prepare them for their first club session or race.

If your child has experience of racing and is a Go-Ride Club regular then there are advanced camps. There will be the chance to improve on the skills developed at their club as well as look at techniques across disciplines that will progress your child to the next level of their cycling journey.


Read more at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/164903/HSBC-UK-Go-Ride-Holiday-Coaching-Camp-%E2%80%93Advanced/beginner--Location#2QXRh0LjMQh6l0Bz.99

Event Details

Event URN:

416023

Start Date:

Thu, 31st Aug 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Royston Rockets BMX Club , Burns Road, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 5PT
Directions: From the A1 turn off at Baldock and take A505 to Royston. Turn right at the second roundabout (A1198 Junction) or from M11 turn off at Duxford onto A505 to Royston and turn left at second roundabout. After the A505 roundabout, travel 100m and straight over the roundabout by the superstore and then continue 100m to next roundabout and turn left into Burns Road - signposted to School and community centre. Pass the school on the left to the roundabout and turn right. The track entrance is the first left 5m after road island. The track is usually signed by small green/yellow BMX stickers on the road signs.
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Event Organiser:

Mark Wyer
National Cycling Centre, Stuart Street, Manchester, M11 4DQ
07534281271
markwyer@britishcycling.org.uk

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About the Event

Info for Riders

Level of Camp: For novice BMX riders through to regular racers.


Suitable for: Riders aged 7 - 16


Cycling Disciplines Covered: BMX Racing

 

What to expect: BMX skills, including braking, using a strat gate, pumping, manualling, jumping and riding a berm.

 

Please bring: A BMX bike or contact me to borrow one for the day. You will need a full-face helmet, again contact me to borrow one. You must wear long sleeves, long trousers and full fingered gloves for the session.

The Rides

Riders aged 6 1/2 - 16 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 31/08/17 10:00 --- --- 05 hr
Thu 31/08/17 – 10:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

HSBC UK Go-Ride Holiday Coaching Camps offer training and education dedicated to specific levels of rider over a range of disciplines. Camps are available at two levels.

If your child is new to cycling or not a regular at a club or races then the beginner’s camps are for them. These offer the participant a chance to develop and become proficient at a range of core cycling and bike handling techniques that will prepare them for their first club session or race.

If your child has experience of racing and is a Go-Ride Club regular then there are advanced camps. There will be the chance to improve on the skills developed at their club as well as look at techniques across disciplines that will progress your child to the next level of their cycling journey.


Read more at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/164903/HSBC-UK-Go-Ride-Holiday-Coaching-Camp-%E2%80%93Advanced/beginner--Location#2QXRh0LjMQh6l0Bz.99

Event Details

Event URN:

416023

Start Date:

Thu, 31st Aug 2017

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Royston Rockets BMX Club , Burns Road, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 5PT
Directions: From the A1 turn off at Baldock and take A505 to Royston. Turn right at the second roundabout (A1198 Junction) or from M11 turn off at Duxford onto A505 to Royston and turn left at second roundabout. After the A505 roundabout, travel 100m and straight over the roundabout by the superstore and then continue 100m to next roundabout and turn left into Burns Road - signposted to School and community centre. Pass the school on the left to the roundabout and turn right. The track entrance is the first left 5m after road island. The track is usually signed by small green/yellow BMX stickers on the road signs.
View map

Event Organiser:

Mark Wyer
National Cycling Centre, Stuart Street, Manchester, M11 4DQ
07534281271
markwyer@britishcycling.org.uk

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

Level of Camp: For novice BMX riders through to regular racers.


Suitable for: Riders aged 7 - 16


Cycling Disciplines Covered: BMX Racing

 

What to expect: BMX skills, including braking, using a strat gate, pumping, manualling, jumping and riding a berm.

 

Please bring: A BMX bike or contact me to borrow one for the day. You will need a full-face helmet, again contact me to borrow one. You must wear long sleeves, long trousers and full fingered gloves for the session.

The Rides

Riders aged 6 1/2 - 16 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 31/08/17 10:00 --- --- 05 hr
Thu 31/08/17 – 10:00

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