HSBC Go-Ride Development and Training Cluster Session

Go-Ride , North Berwick – Saturday, 24 Feb 2018

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event sign-on will be 9.30 for 10am ride start. Will finish at 1pm. More details will be emailed on Wednesday 21st Feb.


ERC in association with Scottish Cycling is arranging a series of events through 2018 for developing road racing skills. These are open to all youth riders in Scotland with birth years of 2002-2007. (Junior Women born 2000/2001 are also welcome to attend).

We are pleased to offer a first session at the East Fortune Motor Circuit. This session is the week prior to the first ERC Season Starter criterium race at the venue, and so will allow riders to experience the circuit in advance. 

For those that have not been to a Cluster session before, they are intended for riders that are currently racing, or would like to race in youth races (usually Crits). They are intensive sessions and last approx. 3 hours, and give riders experience in riding in fast groups in race-like environment. They are coach lead sessions, and take place on a closed road environment.

The sessions will be split into Development groups (those new to road racing) and Training Groups (those more experienced).

Event Details

Event URN:

420791

Start Date:

Sat, 24th Feb 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

East Fortune Race Circuit, North Berwick , EH39 5JX
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Event promoted by:

Edinburgh RC (website)

Event Organiser:

Hugh Thomas
07766706462
htsubs@kylemadden.plus.com

Other Events:

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About the Event

The Rides

Youth Regional Road Racing Cluster Coached Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sat 24/02/18 08:30 --- ---
Entry: On Day: (£7.00)
Sat 24/02/18 – 08:30

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event sign-on will be 9.30 for 10am ride start. Will finish at 1pm. More details will be emailed on Wednesday 21st Feb.


ERC in association with Scottish Cycling is arranging a series of events through 2018 for developing road racing skills. These are open to all youth riders in Scotland with birth years of 2002-2007. (Junior Women born 2000/2001 are also welcome to attend).

We are pleased to offer a first session at the East Fortune Motor Circuit. This session is the week prior to the first ERC Season Starter criterium race at the venue, and so will allow riders to experience the circuit in advance. 

For those that have not been to a Cluster session before, they are intended for riders that are currently racing, or would like to race in youth races (usually Crits). They are intensive sessions and last approx. 3 hours, and give riders experience in riding in fast groups in race-like environment. They are coach lead sessions, and take place on a closed road environment.

The sessions will be split into Development groups (those new to road racing) and Training Groups (those more experienced).

Event Details

Event URN:

420791

Start Date:

Sat, 24th Feb 2018

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

East Fortune Race Circuit, North Berwick , EH39 5JX
View map

Event promoted by:

Edinburgh RC (website)

Event Organiser:

Hugh Thomas
07766706462
htsubs@kylemadden.plus.com

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organisation

About the Event

The Rides

Youth Regional Road Racing Cluster Coached Session Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sat 24/02/18 08:30 --- ---
Entry: On Day: (£7.00)
Sat 24/02/18 – 08:30

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