British Cycling Pathway Development Centre BMX - East Anglia Group 2 #1 (8-12s)

Go-Ride , BRAINTREE – Sunday, 16 May 2021

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Development Centre Coaching sessions will now include a session for 8-12 year olds who have an interest in looking at the Olympic Development pathway

The sessions will be open to riders from all clubs regardless of venue and will include flat skills, track work and give advice on goal setting and individual feedback on what each rider needs to work on for their personal development plan.

The sessions will be delivered by Julian Allen (Jools) and Gavin Stokes from XLR8 Bike Schoool/Braintree BMX Club in partnership with the club coaches from the hst club and around the region. Jools and Gav have been involved with the RSR pathway since 2011 and have a wealth of experience in rider development and progression.

Riders will benefit from attending all the sessions to build their personal development plan for the season ahead and to improve their skill sets and racing strategies.

Event Details

Event URN:

484879

Start Date:

Sun, 16th May 2021

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Braintree BMX Track, Deanery Hill, Braintree, Essex, CM7 5BJ
Directions: From Sudbury or Cambridge Take the A131 towards Braintree. At the roundabout, go across to the B1053 Bocking road. Go down Broad Road to the second of two small roundabouts and turn right into Church LaneB1053 to Shalford and signposted to Towerlands Equestrian Centre. After one mile along the road, turn left into Deanery Hill, following the Towerlands Equestrian Centre sign. After the second road on the left take the next turning left at the corner of Panfield Lane and Deanery Hill to the track. From Colchester From the A120 turn right at the roundabout onto the A131 towards Halstead. At the next roundabout turn left onto the B1053 Bocking road called Broad Road. Go down Broad Road to the second of two small roundabouts and turn right into Church Lane B1053 to Shalford and signposted to Towerlands Equestrian Centre. After one mile along the road, turn left into Deanery Hill, following the Towerlands Equestrian Centre sign. After the second road on the left ta
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Event Organiser:

Julian Allen
07921827670

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About the Event

Info for Riders

All riders must have a willingness to progress.

All riders must have a suitable level of enthusiasm and self motivation

All riders should have a well maintained bike, ready for a session and have the appropriate tools to carry out any repais that may occur

All riders are using flat pedals

All riders must have their own race kit and protective clothing for each session.

All riders can bring there own kit bag and equipment needed for the session.

The Rides

British Cycling Pathway Development Centre Coaching -East Anglia 1 (8-12's) Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 16/05/21 12:30 --- --- 02 hr
Sun 16/05/21 – 12:30

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Development Centre Coaching sessions will now include a session for 8-12 year olds who have an interest in looking at the Olympic Development pathway

The sessions will be open to riders from all clubs regardless of venue and will include flat skills, track work and give advice on goal setting and individual feedback on what each rider needs to work on for their personal development plan.

The sessions will be delivered by Julian Allen (Jools) and Gavin Stokes from XLR8 Bike Schoool/Braintree BMX Club in partnership with the club coaches from the hst club and around the region. Jools and Gav have been involved with the RSR pathway since 2011 and have a wealth of experience in rider development and progression.

Riders will benefit from attending all the sessions to build their personal development plan for the season ahead and to improve their skill sets and racing strategies.

Event Details

Event URN:

484879

Start Date:

Sun, 16th May 2021

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Braintree BMX Track, Deanery Hill, Braintree, Essex, CM7 5BJ
Directions: From Sudbury or Cambridge Take the A131 towards Braintree. At the roundabout, go across to the B1053 Bocking road. Go down Broad Road to the second of two small roundabouts and turn right into Church LaneB1053 to Shalford and signposted to Towerlands Equestrian Centre. After one mile along the road, turn left into Deanery Hill, following the Towerlands Equestrian Centre sign. After the second road on the left take the next turning left at the corner of Panfield Lane and Deanery Hill to the track. From Colchester From the A120 turn right at the roundabout onto the A131 towards Halstead. At the next roundabout turn left onto the B1053 Bocking road called Broad Road. Go down Broad Road to the second of two small roundabouts and turn right into Church Lane B1053 to Shalford and signposted to Towerlands Equestrian Centre. After one mile along the road, turn left into Deanery Hill, following the Towerlands Equestrian Centre sign. After the second road on the left ta
View map

Event Organiser:

Julian Allen
07921827670

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

All riders must have a willingness to progress.

All riders must have a suitable level of enthusiasm and self motivation

All riders should have a well maintained bike, ready for a session and have the appropriate tools to carry out any repais that may occur

All riders are using flat pedals

All riders must have their own race kit and protective clothing for each session.

All riders can bring there own kit bag and equipment needed for the session.

The Rides

British Cycling Pathway Development Centre Coaching -East Anglia 1 (8-12's) Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 16/05/21 12:30 --- --- 02 hr
Sun 16/05/21 – 12:30

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