Welsh Cycling Summer of Cycling @Newport

Go-Ride , Newport – Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Welsh Cycling Summer of Cycling series takes place across Wales with specific sessions for riders who have taken part in taster sessions delivered at this and other Velodromes on fixed wheel. The sessions are open to new riders and thoese already in cycling clubs but are keen to learn more about the sport of TRACK cycling.
Sessions are open to Youth Riders aged between 10-14 years old.


Riders must be able to already ride and have had previous experience of cycling on a velodrome and a fixed wheel bike through such activities as the taster sessions already taking place at the centre.


If you are unsure of your suitability to take part, please email the event organiser.

The sessions will take place on the following dates/ times:

  • 28th July - 10-12
  • 29th July - 1-3pm
  • 30th July - 10-12pm

Your booking covers all 3 sessions.

Event Details

Event URN:

489464

Start Date:

Wed, 28th Jul 2021

Finish date:

Fri, 30th Jul 2021

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Geraint Thomas National Velodrome of Wales, Newport International Sports Village, Langland Way, Newport, Wales, NP19 4RA

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Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

Daniel Coast
Dan.Coast@welshcycling.co.uk

Safeguarding lead:

Assigned (Name withheld)

About the Event

Info for Riders

This session will be on FIXED WHEEL Track bikes, You can bring your own or one will be provided for the sessions following completion of a bike booking form which will be emailed out to thoese riders booked on ahead of the session.

If bringing your own bike be prepared to have this checked by the coach for it's suitability and please be prepared to use a bike from the centre if yours is not allowed to be used, Please note hire bikes are fitted with Look Delta clips or toe clip attachments. The pedals cant be changed so please ensure you are either using correct cleats or bring sports trainers for use of the Toe clips.

Please bring everything you need with you for the day to be self-sufficient including labelled drinks, snacks, and basic tools (Multitool) and spare inner tubes in case of a puncture during the activity.
Riders are required to complete a short self-declaration and parental consent form prior to arrival to aid with the Test and Protect programme.

Thank you for booking onto this club cluster session, further details about the session will be emailed to you just after the closing date around 2-3 days ahead of the session which will include details of how to borrow a bike for the session.

The Rides

Go-Ride Skills and Thrills - 3 Day Track Course Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Wed 28/07/21 10:00 --- --- 02 hr
Wed 28/07/21 – 10:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Welsh Cycling Summer of Cycling series takes place across Wales with specific sessions for riders who have taken part in taster sessions delivered at this and other Velodromes on fixed wheel. The sessions are open to new riders and thoese already in cycling clubs but are keen to learn more about the sport of TRACK cycling.
Sessions are open to Youth Riders aged between 10-14 years old.


Riders must be able to already ride and have had previous experience of cycling on a velodrome and a fixed wheel bike through such activities as the taster sessions already taking place at the centre.


If you are unsure of your suitability to take part, please email the event organiser.

The sessions will take place on the following dates/ times:

  • 28th July - 10-12
  • 29th July - 1-3pm
  • 30th July - 10-12pm

Your booking covers all 3 sessions.

Event Details

Event URN:

489464

Start Date:

Wed, 28th Jul 2021

Finish date:

Fri, 30th Jul 2021

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Geraint Thomas National Velodrome of Wales, Newport International Sports Village, Langland Way, Newport, Wales, NP19 4RA

View map

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

Daniel Coast
Dan.Coast@welshcycling.co.uk

Safeguarding lead:

Assigned (Name withheld)

About the Event

Info for Riders

This session will be on FIXED WHEEL Track bikes, You can bring your own or one will be provided for the sessions following completion of a bike booking form which will be emailed out to thoese riders booked on ahead of the session.

If bringing your own bike be prepared to have this checked by the coach for it's suitability and please be prepared to use a bike from the centre if yours is not allowed to be used, Please note hire bikes are fitted with Look Delta clips or toe clip attachments. The pedals cant be changed so please ensure you are either using correct cleats or bring sports trainers for use of the Toe clips.

Please bring everything you need with you for the day to be self-sufficient including labelled drinks, snacks, and basic tools (Multitool) and spare inner tubes in case of a puncture during the activity.
Riders are required to complete a short self-declaration and parental consent form prior to arrival to aid with the Test and Protect programme.

Thank you for booking onto this club cluster session, further details about the session will be emailed to you just after the closing date around 2-3 days ahead of the session which will include details of how to borrow a bike for the session.

The Rides

Go-Ride Skills and Thrills - 3 Day Track Course Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Wed 28/07/21 10:00 --- --- 02 hr
Wed 28/07/21 – 10:00

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