HSBC UK Go Ride Scottish Cycling Winter Track Training Cluster 1

Go-Ride , Glasgow – Sunday, 13 Oct 2019

Event Summary

Event Overview

This is the HSBC UK Go Ride Scottish Cycling winter track training cluster 1. The sessions is designed for newly accredited through to experienced racing riders.  The sessions will cover all aspects of track riding, skill development and racing. The focus is to help riders develop but it will have a focus looking towards the skills, fitness and racing.

Riders will be allocated groups to ensure all riders are challenged and have the opportunity to progress their track riding.

Sessions are open to:

  • Youth A, B or C riders (born in 2004 - 2009) - To include riders who will be Youth C from 1st Jan 19
  • Riders who have completed their Glasgow Life Accreditation, from all 5 Scottish Cycling Regions. (Riders currently accredited to level 3 may be considered by exception.  If you are in this position, please contact the organiser before entering).

We strongly advice all riders that participate in all our programmes to take out BC membership for liability insurance, plus other benefits. For riders moving into racing, membership will become mandatory.

The session will run from 11:00-13:00 with online entry shutting on Wednesday the 9th October. 

Event Details

Event URN:

460531

Start Date:

Sun, 13th Oct 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, 1000 London Road, Glasgow, G40 3HG

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Event Organiser:

Peter James Barron
01415506736
pj.barron@scottishcycling.org.uk

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

This is the HSBC UK Go Ride Scottish Cycling winter track training cluster 1. The sessions is designed for newly accredited through to experienced racing riders.  The sessions will cover all aspects of track riding, skill development and racing. The focus is to help riders develop but it will have a focus looking towards the skills, fitness and racing.

 

Riders will be allocated groups to ensure all riders are challenged and have the opportunity to progress their track riding.

 

Sessions are open to:

  • Youth A, B or C riders (born in 2004 - 2009) - To include riders who will be Youth C from 1st Jan 19
  • Riders who have completed their Glasgow Life Accreditation, from all 5 Scottish Cycling Regions. (Riders currently accredited to level 3 may be considered by exception.  If you are in this position, please contact the organiser before entering).

We strongly advice all riders that participate in all our programmes to take out BC membership for liability insurance, plus other benefits. For riders moving into racing, membership will become mandatory.

The session will run from 11:00-13:00 with online entry shutting on Wednesday the 9th October. 

The Rides

Training Cluster Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/10/19 11:00 --- --- 02 hr
Sun 13/10/19 – 11:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

This is the HSBC UK Go Ride Scottish Cycling winter track training cluster 1. The sessions is designed for newly accredited through to experienced racing riders.  The sessions will cover all aspects of track riding, skill development and racing. The focus is to help riders develop but it will have a focus looking towards the skills, fitness and racing.

Riders will be allocated groups to ensure all riders are challenged and have the opportunity to progress their track riding.

Sessions are open to:

  • Youth A, B or C riders (born in 2004 - 2009) - To include riders who will be Youth C from 1st Jan 19
  • Riders who have completed their Glasgow Life Accreditation, from all 5 Scottish Cycling Regions. (Riders currently accredited to level 3 may be considered by exception.  If you are in this position, please contact the organiser before entering).

We strongly advice all riders that participate in all our programmes to take out BC membership for liability insurance, plus other benefits. For riders moving into racing, membership will become mandatory.

The session will run from 11:00-13:00 with online entry shutting on Wednesday the 9th October. 

Event Details

Event URN:

460531

Start Date:

Sun, 13th Oct 2019

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, 1000 London Road, Glasgow, G40 3HG

View map

Event Organiser:

Peter James Barron
01415506736
pj.barron@scottishcycling.org.uk

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

This is the HSBC UK Go Ride Scottish Cycling winter track training cluster 1. The sessions is designed for newly accredited through to experienced racing riders.  The sessions will cover all aspects of track riding, skill development and racing. The focus is to help riders develop but it will have a focus looking towards the skills, fitness and racing.

 

Riders will be allocated groups to ensure all riders are challenged and have the opportunity to progress their track riding.

 

Sessions are open to:

  • Youth A, B or C riders (born in 2004 - 2009) - To include riders who will be Youth C from 1st Jan 19
  • Riders who have completed their Glasgow Life Accreditation, from all 5 Scottish Cycling Regions. (Riders currently accredited to level 3 may be considered by exception.  If you are in this position, please contact the organiser before entering).

We strongly advice all riders that participate in all our programmes to take out BC membership for liability insurance, plus other benefits. For riders moving into racing, membership will become mandatory.

The session will run from 11:00-13:00 with online entry shutting on Wednesday the 9th October. 

The Rides

Training Cluster Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/10/19 11:00 --- --- 02 hr
Sun 13/10/19 – 11:00

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