Pathway Development Session (North) Road

Go-Ride , Rhyl – Sunday, 08 Mar 2020

Event Summary

Event Overview

Pathways Development Sessions are aimed at competitive young athletes to help develop their competition skills I the Commonwealth Games disciplines of cycling.

 

Sessions are open to youths in the following categories 2020:

 

-          Youth A (born 2004 /2005);

-          Second year Youth B (born 2006).

 

The purpose of the sessions is to provide group coaching and education to young athletes to help improve their performance and race craft.

 

Across the sessions offered, education will include core topics such as;

 

-          Planning your Training;

-          Nutrition;

-          Tactical / technical aspects of your discipline;

-          Strength and conditioning;

-          Lifestyle.

 

Coaching will include the many aspects of your chosen discipline.

Event Details

Event URN:

468545

Start Date:

Sun, 8th Mar 2020

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Marsh Tracks Cycle Circuit, Glan Y Morfa Industrial Estate, Marsh Rd, Rhyl, Clwyd, LL18 2AD

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Event promoted by:

Welsh Cycling - Test Club

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

To attend these sessions, young athletes must;

 

-          Be age eligible (see above);

-          Be a British Cycling member;

-          Be racing at least local level events in your chosen discipline;

-          Be Welsh eligible (Born in Wales, Parent born in Wales, Lived in Wales for 5+ years or demonstrate ‘Wales’ on their British Cycling licence.

The Rides

Pathway Development session (North) Road Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 08/03/20 10:00 --- --- 06 hr
Sun 08/03/20 – 10:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Pathways Development Sessions are aimed at competitive young athletes to help develop their competition skills I the Commonwealth Games disciplines of cycling.

 

Sessions are open to youths in the following categories 2020:

 

-          Youth A (born 2004 /2005);

-          Second year Youth B (born 2006).

 

The purpose of the sessions is to provide group coaching and education to young athletes to help improve their performance and race craft.

 

Across the sessions offered, education will include core topics such as;

 

-          Planning your Training;

-          Nutrition;

-          Tactical / technical aspects of your discipline;

-          Strength and conditioning;

-          Lifestyle.

 

Coaching will include the many aspects of your chosen discipline.

Event Details

Event URN:

468545

Start Date:

Sun, 8th Mar 2020

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Marsh Tracks Cycle Circuit, Glan Y Morfa Industrial Estate, Marsh Rd, Rhyl, Clwyd, LL18 2AD

View map

Event promoted by:

Welsh Cycling - Test Club

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

To attend these sessions, young athletes must;

 

-          Be age eligible (see above);

-          Be a British Cycling member;

-          Be racing at least local level events in your chosen discipline;

-          Be Welsh eligible (Born in Wales, Parent born in Wales, Lived in Wales for 5+ years or demonstrate ‘Wales’ on their British Cycling licence.

The Rides

Pathway Development session (North) Road Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 08/03/20 10:00 --- --- 06 hr
Sun 08/03/20 – 10:00

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