British Cycling Pathway Development Centre Track - Derby #8

Go-Ride , Derby – Monday, 14 Jan 2019

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event promoted in partnership with British Cycling talent development team.  

This sessions is for riders currently Youth A-B in 2019.

Entry is online ONLY, no entries will be accepted on the night. 

Development Centres support riders in two ways. Helping many with their first interaction with the talent pathway, as well as current riders who are already engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes.  Online entry is used to support the tracking of riders through the pathway. 

Event Details

Event URN:

442705

Start Date:

Mon, 14th Jan 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

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

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About the Event

Info for Riders

Entries open 6am Tuesday, 2 weeks ahead - priority to those entered after 1 week.  This session is planned to be Pursuit efforts, as Individuals and Teams.  (These Development Centre sessions rotate skill objectives • Standing Starts/TT Efforts • Flying Efforts, Gap Rushing, Sprint Finishes • Pursuit • Madison - increasing physical workload each time.) 

Riders should be Youth A or B in 2019. • Be already, or getting ready to be, racing on track  • Be Confident at riding indoor track in making changes in pairs & riding at the top of the track.THIS IS NOT A LEARN TO RIDE ABOVE THE BLUE SESSION.

Rider selection is more rigorous as the skills progress - less riders might be selected for Madison. Riders observed as not yet at the fitness or technical ability required will be advised, and guidance given to help improvement.  Any questions? Please contact Richard Lodge

The Rides

British Cycling Development Centre - Derby Track Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 14/01/19 20:00 --- --- 02 hr
Mon 14/01/19 – 20:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event promoted in partnership with British Cycling talent development team.  

This sessions is for riders currently Youth A-B in 2019.

Entry is online ONLY, no entries will be accepted on the night. 

Development Centres support riders in two ways. Helping many with their first interaction with the talent pathway, as well as current riders who are already engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes.  Online entry is used to support the tracking of riders through the pathway. 

Event Details

Event URN:

442705

Start Date:

Mon, 14th Jan 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

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

View map

About the Event

Info for Riders

Entries open 6am Tuesday, 2 weeks ahead - priority to those entered after 1 week.  This session is planned to be Pursuit efforts, as Individuals and Teams.  (These Development Centre sessions rotate skill objectives • Standing Starts/TT Efforts • Flying Efforts, Gap Rushing, Sprint Finishes • Pursuit • Madison - increasing physical workload each time.) 

Riders should be Youth A or B in 2019. • Be already, or getting ready to be, racing on track  • Be Confident at riding indoor track in making changes in pairs & riding at the top of the track.THIS IS NOT A LEARN TO RIDE ABOVE THE BLUE SESSION.

Rider selection is more rigorous as the skills progress - less riders might be selected for Madison. Riders observed as not yet at the fitness or technical ability required will be advised, and guidance given to help improvement.  Any questions? Please contact Richard Lodge

The Rides

British Cycling Development Centre - Derby Track Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Mon 14/01/19 20:00 --- --- 02 hr
Mon 14/01/19 – 20:00

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