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November 3/09 9:01 am - Forest City Velodrome November News

Posted by Editoress on 11/3/09

There are 4 exciting nights of racing at the Forest City Velodrome in November. Madison Madness kicks off 2 nights of exciting bicycle racing Friday & Saturday November 6th & 7th at 7pm. Up to 10 teams will contest the racing this weekend. There will be many Non-Madison Mass Start events for Youth, Masters and Juniors.

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Saturday November 7th from 4pm – 6pm the FCV will host our 2nd 2009, Ladies only session. Come for a fun 2 hours of skills and drills.

Sunday November 8th - 9am to Noon, we will be holding a workshop for Masters, Juniors & Elite racers concentrating on Sprint Skills & Drills as well as a high speed motor pacing session. Pre-registration is a must, limited numbers.

CanAmQue Challenge presented by Yellow Pages Directories, is scheduled for Saturday night November 28th at 7pm. Over 50 Elite, Junior and Masters racers will be in attendance to see who the final 14 racers will be for the 138 lap challenge. In 2008, Quebec’s David Boily made his FCV debut and rocked the house with an unbelievable display of speed and endurance to out distance Ryan Aitcheson and Daniele DeFranceschi in a very exciting challenge finale. This year promises to be even more exciting as more Elite racers from T-Town are scheduled to attend this annual event. This will be a must see event on your racing calendar.

The FCV has had to expand the number of sessions for our very popular Track 1 Introduction to Track Cycling course. We have added more inventory on Sunday afternoon’s to keep up with the demand. Please book your Track 1 early so you will not be disappointed. Our goal is to get you, or your group, the date you are looking for. Go to the FCV home page to see the limited number of dates still available in 2009.

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