South West BMX Cluster Session

Go-Ride , Burnham-On-Sea – Sunday, 13 Oct 2013

Event Details

Event URN:

288777

Start Date:

Sun, 13th Oct 2013

Event Type:

Go-Ride (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Burnham BMX Club, Marine Drive, Burnham-On-Sea, Somerset, TA8 1NQ
Directions: Leave the M5 at J22. At the first roundabout turn left towards Highbridge. Go straight over the second roundabout towards Highbridge. Go over the small railway bridge and turn right into Burnham Road past the King Alfred School. Turn left at the garage into Marine Drive. The track is in Apex Park on the left.
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Event Overview

These sessions are aimed at developing BMX racing skills of riders aged 13-18 (They also allow consideration for selection to represent the South West Region at the Inter-regional BMX Championships)

The session starts at 10am - 3pm at the cost of £10 per rider. Riders should bring a drinks bottle (pref. Water), food or money to buy food and warm and waterproof clothing.

Ask your club coach for further details

The Rides

Date Start Ride name Classification Band Rider Cat Ride length
13/10/13 10:00 South West BMX Cluster Session --- --- --- 05 hr

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Ride South West BMX Cluster Session
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/10/13 10:00 --- --- 05 hr
Entry: On Day: (£10.00)
Ride South West BMX Cluster Session
Sun 13/10/13 - 10:00
Duration: 05 hr
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Entry: On Day: (£10.00)

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