HSBC UK British Cycling Pathway Development Centre Track - Lee Valley #Winter 1

Go-Ride , London – Sunday, 17 Oct 2021

Event Summary

Event Overview

Development Session promoted by the Talent Development Team

A rotating programme, providing high quality track time for riders to prepare for racing and practice skills.

 

JUNIORS, YOUTH A & B

 

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.

Details of the Pathway can be found HERE

Development Centre Session - Youth A/B and Junior riders only.  Sessions will focus on higher level skills development, race fitness, race tactics and race craft and will be supplemented by occasional workshops/forums (training, diet, bike maintenance etc.)

 

SPRINT GROUP

There will be space for a bubble of 6 riders in a sprint group.  The prerequisites for this group:

  • Training towards or developing towards sprint racing
  • Come with an idea of the 4 efforts you would like to do as track time will be short. 
  • Bring rollers

Booking is ONLINE ONLY

 

Hire Equipment is available 

 

PLEASE NOTE

If this session is the riders first session of the winter they must bring a parental consent form.

This can be printed from the link below:

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/zuvvi/media/bc_files/go_ride_racing_docs/2018/Go_Ride_PARENTAL_CONSENT_NOTICE_2018_V3.pdf

Event Details

Event URN:

492913

Start Date:

Sun, 17th Oct 2021

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Lee Valley VeloPark, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Abercrombie Road, London, E20 3AB

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Event Organiser:

Bruce Karsten
+447940302245
brucekarsten@britishcycling.org.uk

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

This session is limited to 42 riders who are youth A/B or Junior in 2022. In order for riders to be considered for these sessions racers must be competent of riding at any point on the indoor track AND meet at least one of the below criteria:

  • Be already racing on track 
  • Be Indoor Track accredited
  • Be an existing Track RSR or GBCT Apprentice rider

 

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

 

Riders will need to bring there own equipment and enough food and drink to last the duration of the training session.

 

Covid-19 Information:

If you, or anyone in your household is shielding or displaying and covid-19 symptoms do not attend this session. The on-bike sessions are designed to meet current social-distancing and hygiene requirements. Please respect normal social-distancing and hygiene requirements when off the bikes too.

 

Link for printable parental consent Form

 

Link for BC Talent Development Pathway Booklet

The Rides

Development Centre Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 17/10/21 08:00 --- --- 03 hr
Sun 17/10/21 – 08:00
Sprint Group Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 17/10/21 08:00 --- --- 03 hr
Sun 17/10/21 – 08:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Development Session promoted by the Talent Development Team

A rotating programme, providing high quality track time for riders to prepare for racing and practice skills.

 

JUNIORS, YOUTH A & B

 

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.

Details of the Pathway can be found HERE

Development Centre Session - Youth A/B and Junior riders only.  Sessions will focus on higher level skills development, race fitness, race tactics and race craft and will be supplemented by occasional workshops/forums (training, diet, bike maintenance etc.)

 

SPRINT GROUP

There will be space for a bubble of 6 riders in a sprint group.  The prerequisites for this group:

  • Training towards or developing towards sprint racing
  • Come with an idea of the 4 efforts you would like to do as track time will be short. 
  • Bring rollers

Booking is ONLINE ONLY

 

Hire Equipment is available 

 

PLEASE NOTE

If this session is the riders first session of the winter they must bring a parental consent form.

This can be printed from the link below:

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/zuvvi/media/bc_files/go_ride_racing_docs/2018/Go_Ride_PARENTAL_CONSENT_NOTICE_2018_V3.pdf

Event Details

Event URN:

492913

Start Date:

Sun, 17th Oct 2021

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Lee Valley VeloPark, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Abercrombie Road, London, E20 3AB

View map

Event Organiser:

Bruce Karsten
+447940302245
brucekarsten@britishcycling.org.uk

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

About the Event

Info for Riders

This session is limited to 42 riders who are youth A/B or Junior in 2022. In order for riders to be considered for these sessions racers must be competent of riding at any point on the indoor track AND meet at least one of the below criteria:

  • Be already racing on track 
  • Be Indoor Track accredited
  • Be an existing Track RSR or GBCT Apprentice rider

 

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

 

Riders will need to bring there own equipment and enough food and drink to last the duration of the training session.

 

Covid-19 Information:

If you, or anyone in your household is shielding or displaying and covid-19 symptoms do not attend this session. The on-bike sessions are designed to meet current social-distancing and hygiene requirements. Please respect normal social-distancing and hygiene requirements when off the bikes too.

 

Link for printable parental consent Form

 

Link for BC Talent Development Pathway Booklet

The Rides

Development Centre Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 17/10/21 08:00 --- --- 03 hr
Sun 17/10/21 – 08:00
Sprint Group Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 17/10/21 08:00 --- --- 03 hr
Sun 17/10/21 – 08:00

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