Posted by Editoress on 09/26/11
The BVC and National Training Center Present: Bare Bones Track Race & Youth Clinic
November 11-13, 2011
What do Zach Bell, Tara Whitten and Svein Tuft all have in common? They are all Canadian and all are at the absolute top level in cycling, and all of them race road and track. The Australians, New Zealanders, British and vast majority of European nations utilize track for the development of their young riders, these are the nations at the forefront of cycling. There are more World Championship and Olympic medals available to be won in track than all the other cycling disciplines combined. Canada provides a great deal of opportunities and funding towards the sport, and the skills you can learn track riding and racing will make you a better rider in any cycling discipline.
The Burnaby Velodrome Club and National Training Center are pleased to present the 2011 Bare Bone Cycling Race and Youth Cycling Clinic.
When: November 11-13, 2011. Youth clinic starts 10 AM on Nov 11, Racing for all Categories starts at 7 PM Nov 11 and continues all weekend. Full schedule and details available at www.burnabyvelodrome.ca
Where: Burnaby Velodrome, 7564 Barnet Hwy, Burnaby BC.
Why: To improve your track skills and have a great weekend of racing. Youth clinic is open to riders of all track skill levels from complete novice to experienced. Ages are restricted to U-19, U-17, and U-15. Racing on Friday night is part of BVC normal Friday night racing and open to all categories with added youth races. Bare Bones Saturday/Sunday racing is open to all categories with youth races as well.
How: To sign up for youth clinic/races email firstname.lastname@example.org Fee is $50 for 3 day clinic and races including rental bike. For Bare Bones Sat/Sun race please email email@example.com Entry fee is $25/day or $40 for both. Sign up on-site only. US riders must have UCI International license.
Courtesy Jeremy Storie
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