British Cycling Pathway Development Centre BMX – North Zone 2 # 1

Go-Ride , Manchester – Thursday, 31 Jan 2019

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event promoted by the British Cycling talent development team in partnership with regional staff.  

All sessions are for riders aged 10 TO 15 years. 

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

Development Centres support riders with their first step on the talent pathway as well as current riders who have been engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes.  Online entry is used to support the tracking of riders through the pathway.      

Event Details

Event URN:

444628

Start Date:

Thu, 31st Jan 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Manchester BMX Track, Platt Fields Park, Manchester, Lancashire, M14 6LA

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Event promoted by:

Manchester BMX Club (website)

Event Organiser:

Robert Hawker
rdh2293@gmail.com

Other Events:

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About the Event

Info for Riders

The British Cycling Development Centre session will held at Manchester BMX Club.

 

Session time 6.00pm to 8.00pm.

The session will be coached by Rob Hawker. 


Development Centre Criteria

·      Riders have transferred past moto stage at regional level.

·      Riders are competing at national level events.

·      Riders are attending club coaching sessions.

·      Riders show a willingness to progress.

·      Riders have a suitable level of enthusiasm and self-motivation.

·      Riders can bring correct kit bag and equipment needed for the session.

 

Riders can perform the following techniques and measurements.

·      50m sprint under 9 seconds.

·      Manual at least 2 metres.

·      Wheelie at least 2 meters.

·      Bunny hop height at least 10 cm’s.

The Rides

British Cycling Pathway Development Centre – North Zone 2 # 1 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 31/01/19 18:00 --- --- 02 hr
Thu 31/01/19 – 18:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event promoted by the British Cycling talent development team in partnership with regional staff.  

All sessions are for riders aged 10 TO 15 years. 

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

Development Centres support riders with their first step on the talent pathway as well as current riders who have been engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes.  Online entry is used to support the tracking of riders through the pathway.      

Event Details

Event URN:

444628

Start Date:

Thu, 31st Jan 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Manchester BMX Track, Platt Fields Park, Manchester, Lancashire, M14 6LA

View map

Event promoted by:

Manchester BMX Club (website)

Event Organiser:

Robert Hawker
rdh2293@gmail.com

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organisation

About the Event

Info for Riders

The British Cycling Development Centre session will held at Manchester BMX Club.

 

Session time 6.00pm to 8.00pm.

The session will be coached by Rob Hawker. 


Development Centre Criteria

·      Riders have transferred past moto stage at regional level.

·      Riders are competing at national level events.

·      Riders are attending club coaching sessions.

·      Riders show a willingness to progress.

·      Riders have a suitable level of enthusiasm and self-motivation.

·      Riders can bring correct kit bag and equipment needed for the session.

 

Riders can perform the following techniques and measurements.

·      50m sprint under 9 seconds.

·      Manual at least 2 metres.

·      Wheelie at least 2 meters.

·      Bunny hop height at least 10 cm’s.

The Rides

British Cycling Pathway Development Centre – North Zone 2 # 1 Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Thu 31/01/19 18:00 --- --- 02 hr
Thu 31/01/19 – 18:00

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