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Report/Results: Mid-Summers Open Cycle Track Meet
The Track League results for the 13th June are now on the site and the league tables updated.
This years calendar of racing and Training is now on the site. At the moment it says 2012 although it should say 2013 which will be rectified in a few days. The dates shown are correct for this year. Mayor changes for this year are as follows;
Monday Night Training
This session is for two groups of riders. The first is for Under 18's who have rode the track before. The emphasis of the sesssion is based on race skills based around the youth omnium series. Riders are asked to be at the track at 6pm to sign on and the session starts at 6.15pm. There will be breaks throughout the night with the session due to finish around 8.30pm.
The second group is novice and less experienced riders of any age group. This session is based on learning the basics of track riding to make the rider proficient and safe in all aspects of track riding. This session starts at 7pm and from this time will work in and out with the first group. Riders are asked to attend at the track from 6.30pm to sign on and if required to be fitted with a bike. This session will run until 8.30pm.
Fee's are as follows;
£3 for to all persons 18 years and under
£5 for all over 18 years
£2 for bike hire across all age groups.
Tuesday Night Training
This session is for riders who have either being progressed from the Monady session or are experienced in track riding/racing. The session is split in to two groups with one for sprinetrs and one for endurance. The riders are requested to attend from 6pm to sign on and the warm up starts at 6.30pm. Fee's are as Monday.
Freewheelers Racing at Track League
This year their will be a lower age limit for this league to new riders in that every rider must be at least 6 years of age. Riders below this age group can ride if they rode last year. All riders competing must be able to ride a lap of the track inaided. All riders aged 6 and over who rode last years league are welcome to ride. Any new riders aged 6-10 years of age are now required to attend the Go Ride Grass Track Training on the Friday night which will learn them the necessary skills to race on the track. Any rider aged over 10 can ride the league without going to the Friday session however we would recommend that they attend both sessions.
The Freewheelers League starts at 6.10pm so riders are asked to be there just before 6pm to register and sign on. The fee's for this league are £2 per rider with the fee being £3 on the last Thursday of ech month when the event is a Go Ride Race Night where medals are awarded.
This will be run under the same format as last year. Warm up starts at 7pm. A new event will be held on the last Track League on the 5th September. The Roy Swinnerton Memorial 10 Mile Scratch Race will be held with the winner taking a first prize of £50.
Friday Go Ride Session
For the first 5 weeks this session will be held on the grass outside the track gates. This is for riders aged under 16 and will teach them the skills required to race on the track. All new riders to the track aged 6-10years are required to attend these sessions prior to racing at the Freewheelers League. All news riders aged 11-16 years are advised to attend these sessions to improve there skills prior to riding the league.
Lets hope the rains stays away this year and we have a great session.
The new season is not far away with this years calandar of training and racing to go on to the website at the beginning of April. It is hoped that the first training session will take place on Monday 22nd April so provisionally put this date in your diary.
The track league starts on Thursday 2nd May with the usual mix of racing starting with the freewheelers at 6.15pm.
Full details soon.
The AGM will take place on the above date at Biddulph Town Hall in the Council Chambers. The town hall is on the High Street opposite Sainsburys with parking on Sainsburys car park. The start time is 7.30pm.
The meeting is open to anyone to attend to show your support for the track and for the 2013 season.
The Association would like to thank the leagues sponsors this year for all their support. These are Brooks Cycles who sponsors the name of the league and so a specail thank you to Tony Brooks. To Paul Swinnerton of Swinnerton Cycles for his kind sponsorship of the sprint and endurance leagues at the league with spot prizes on the night of each league. Our third sponsor is Neil Potter who sponsored the Handicap Competition this year.
Without ther kind sposnorship the league would not be as successful as it is.
This years awards night report is now on the track league page.
Newcastle Track Cycling Association would like to thank all the riders for supporting this years league. Also a big thank you to all the coaches and officials who without their help there would be no track league or caoching nights. We hope you have a great winter and see you all again next year when the season starts in April
Following a request from the Football Club who manage the stadium, please can all riders and spectators please note that the Stadium has a strict no dogs policy. We would that you please observe this request.
This years events will take place on Friday 5th October 2012 at St John Fisher High School, Ashfields New Road, Newcastle, ST5 2SJ. Entrance is free.
Start time will be 7.30pm with the Roller Competition for any riders 16 years and under. Entry is free to these races. After these races the presentation will take place around 8.15pm
Can all of last years Prize Winners please return their trophies to the track so I can get them engraved for this years winners,
Next week, Thursday 31st May 2012 is Go Ride Racing Night at The Lyme Valley Velodrome for the Freewheelers Racers. The races will be run over the same format with the only chanmge being that there will be prizes and medals at stake for the overall races. These Go Ride Races will take part as part of the Freewheelers League and be on the last Thursday of every month throughout the season. The only other change is that it will be £3 to enter on the night.
We look forward to seeing a big turnout next week at the track
Friday 14th October 2011 at St John Fisher High School, Ashfields New Road, Newcastle, ST5 2SJ
Newcastle Track Cycling Association celebrated a successful year at their Prize Presentation evening which took place at St John Fisher High School last Friday. A large crowd assembled at the venue where part of the evening included a programme of roller racing for the under 16s with some very spirited riding by all with some very close finishes. There then followed the awarding of this years trophies and medals. This year has been the best year at the league ever with 108 riders registered for the main competition and a amazing 64 riders in the youth freewheelers league. The Association has also organised two open meetings this year which included the National Tandem Championship and rounds of the National Youth Omnium, Sprinters League and Endurance League. For More, Click Here
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