British Cycling Pathway Development Centre - Circuit - Doncaster #2

Go-Ride , Doncaster – Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022

Event Summary

Event Overview

Circuit Race training event promoted by the British Cycling talent development team in partnership with regional staff and the Clancy-Briggs Cycling Academy

All sessions are for Youth A-B and Junior riders in the year of delivery.  

Entry is online only.  

Development Centres support riders with their first step on the talent pathway as well as developing current riders who have been engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes. 

Online entry is used to support the tracking of riders through the pathway.

 

To Enter - please follow the link below, in the postcode box enter 'Doncaster' and enter.

Under 'Doncaster Academy' scroll down to 'British Cycling 12years +' and book the class.

 https://www.clancybriggs.co.uk/academy/find-a-class?lat=53.52282&lng=-1.128462

 

Event Details

Event URN:

499812

Start Date:

Wed, 19th Jan 2022

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Doncaster Dome Cycle Circuit, Doncaster Lakeside, Bawtry Road, Doncaster, DN47PD

View map

Event promoted by:

Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

Andrew Akers
andrewakers@britishcycling.org.uk

Safeguarding lead:

Edward O'Connell
edward_oc2000@yahoo.co.uk

About the Event

Info for Riders

What is it and who is it for ?

These sessions are for riders competing as a Junior, Youth A or B in the 2022 season, the sessions consist of progressive training exercises which will challenge riders physically and technically working on race fitness, skills and tactics

Riders should treat the session like a two hour road ride and be suitably equipped, 2 bottles, food, race cape, spare tube and a pump is the minimum.

The session will run in all weather conditions other than snow so please bring suitable clothing.

 In the event of cancellation due to snow/ice all entries will be transferred to the following available session at no extra cost.

If you are unsure whether these are for you please contact Andy Akers to discuss.

 

What do you need ?

Clean bike in good working condition, Helmet, clothing suitable for the weather conditions.

Riders should treat the session like a two hour road ride and be suitably equipped, 2 bottles, food, race cape, spare tube and a pump is the minimum.

NB. Mudguards are compulsory during wet weather !

 

What time and for how long ? 

Please arrive early enough to sign on and to begin riding at 6.30Pm concluding at 8.30pm

The sessions will cater for different abilities so are very inclusive but please contact me if you have questions on rider suitability.

 

How Much ?

£8.25 per rider 

 

 

 

The Rides

Doncaster Talent Development Centre Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Wed 19/01/22 18:30 --- --- 02 hr
Wed 19/01/22 – 18:30

Event Summary

Event Overview

Circuit Race training event promoted by the British Cycling talent development team in partnership with regional staff and the Clancy-Briggs Cycling Academy

All sessions are for Youth A-B and Junior riders in the year of delivery.  

Entry is online only.  

Development Centres support riders with their first step on the talent pathway as well as developing current riders who have been engaged in RSR and Apprentice programmes. 

Online entry is used to support the tracking of riders through the pathway.

 

To Enter - please follow the link below, in the postcode box enter 'Doncaster' and enter.

Under 'Doncaster Academy' scroll down to 'British Cycling 12years +' and book the class.

 https://www.clancybriggs.co.uk/academy/find-a-class?lat=53.52282&lng=-1.128462

 

Event Details

Event URN:

499812

Start Date:

Wed, 19th Jan 2022

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Doncaster Dome Cycle Circuit, Doncaster Lakeside, Bawtry Road, Doncaster, DN47PD

View map

Event promoted by:

Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

Andrew Akers
andrewakers@britishcycling.org.uk

Safeguarding lead:

Edward O'Connell
edward_oc2000@yahoo.co.uk

About the Event

Info for Riders

What is it and who is it for ?

These sessions are for riders competing as a Junior, Youth A or B in the 2022 season, the sessions consist of progressive training exercises which will challenge riders physically and technically working on race fitness, skills and tactics

Riders should treat the session like a two hour road ride and be suitably equipped, 2 bottles, food, race cape, spare tube and a pump is the minimum.

The session will run in all weather conditions other than snow so please bring suitable clothing.

 In the event of cancellation due to snow/ice all entries will be transferred to the following available session at no extra cost.

If you are unsure whether these are for you please contact Andy Akers to discuss.

 

What do you need ?

Clean bike in good working condition, Helmet, clothing suitable for the weather conditions.

Riders should treat the session like a two hour road ride and be suitably equipped, 2 bottles, food, race cape, spare tube and a pump is the minimum.

NB. Mudguards are compulsory during wet weather !

 

What time and for how long ? 

Please arrive early enough to sign on and to begin riding at 6.30Pm concluding at 8.30pm

The sessions will cater for different abilities so are very inclusive but please contact me if you have questions on rider suitability.

 

How Much ?

£8.25 per rider 

 

 

 

The Rides

Doncaster Talent Development Centre Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Wed 19/01/22 18:30 --- --- 02 hr
Wed 19/01/22 – 18:30

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