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Burnaby Velodrome Club presents their Annual Open House May 13th and 14th

April 7, 2017 | By | No Comments

Back by popular demand the Burnaby Velodrome Club is happy to present our annual open house. Ever wanted to try riding the track but are nervous about committing to five sessions? Now you don’t have to be. We will have our instructors and mechanic on site to help you through the first class. Every year we introduce up to two hundred riders to the track during the weekend. The best part is it is completely free!

The session includes your bike, instructors, use of the facility, pedals (if you don’t have cycling shoes and pedals of your own), and helmets (if you don’t have your own- sizes are limited so please email with the size you want when registering).

Classes will be limited to a maximum of 16 riders. This is for safety and to give each person maximum ride time. No experience is needed to register. Everyone is welcome, regardless of ability. The track is a very friendly environment that allows for riders of all ages, genders, and abilities levels to ride. We have taught children as young as 8 years old up to seniors well past their 60’s and everyone in between. This event is best for Adults as kids under 19 are allowed to do 3 sessions free any Monday and Wednesday.

Sessions will run Saturday at 9:30am-11am, 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-3:30pm. Sessions on Sunday will run 10am-11:30pm, 12:30pm-2pm

To register please email rachel@burnabyvelodrome.ca with the following information:

*Full name

*Size of bike required or height if unsure

*Do you require flat pedals or if you have your own

*Do you require a helmet, if so what size do you need?

*Which session do you wish to register for

Sessions will fill up fast so please don’t hesitate to get your name in!

Wednesday Night Workouts

April 3, 2017 | By | No Comments

Our Wednesday night workouts are up! We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our Advanced and Intermediate sessions. For more information on our sessions please email info@burnabyvelodrome.ca.

April 5–Whistle drill/ bell drill

This is an individual workout focusing on reaction time. Riders will ride on their own on the blue line. When they hear a bell or whistle they are expected to get out of the saddle and accelerate while still on the blue line. The rider must shoulder check and only once it is clear they are allowed to drop into the sprinters lane. The effort goes until the riders hear the bell or whistle again. Once the bell or whistle has been rung for the 2nd time all riders will return to the blue line when it is safe to do so. For the safety of our riders the groups will be limited in size at the coach’s discretion.

gear- 88-90

Key Points

-react as quickly as you can to the bell (you must shoulder check and make sure it is safe to drop down)

-First 5 seconds are out of the saddle

-Shoulder check before dropping down

-If a rider is below you do not drop down on top of them

-If a rider is above you do not swing into them

April 12- pursuit chase efforts

This can be done as a team or individually. If we have teams of similar speed and ability level riders the workout will be done as a team, and if not it will be done individually. The number of riders in a group and groups on the track will be decided by the coach for safety. The purpose of the team effort is to work on exchanges while at speed. This is a no drop effort but don’t expect it to be a walk in the park. A great quote for this one is “some times you need to go slow to go fast”- Jeremy Storie; for those who have seen team pursuit teams come apart you will understand why. If the effort is done individually and we have two riders chasing one another and the effort ends when one catches the other or we complete 2 minutes.

Gear- 90-92 inches

Key points

-Riders will be riding on the blue line in their groups

-Pull lengths or number of laps on the front will be decided with the riders and coach of the session before getting on the track

-Efforts will be 2 minutes or until a group is caught in length

-Total number of efforts during the session will be 3-5

April 19–Moto-madness workout.

We will have the motor bike out for 45 minutes straight! Riders have the option of taking a lap whenever they please. Riders can work together to gain laps. The rider who gains the most laps wins the workout. Riders can take breaks without penalty if they wish.

Key points

-the group will ride the blue line as a pace line

-lead motor will ride the same pace 40+kph on the front

-second rider will shoulder check and accelerate into the sprinters lane when it is safe to do so

-effort will be until the rider takes the lap

-say stick or stay when passing riders

-ALWAYS shoulder check before moving any direction

-get back into the group safely

April 26- Gate Practice- Standing starts + Tempo on the blue

We will be running 2 workouts at the same time. One group will be in the sprinters lane doing standing starts. The other group will be doing 2×20 minutes of tempo on the blue line.

Standing starts will be 4 efforts in a set and 2 sets total.

Tempo- 2 sets of 20  minutes with 12-15min recovery in between.

May 3- Points Race Drill

This workout is an individual workout but riders can challenge themselves by trying to sit on a stronger riders wheel at the coach’s discretion. 4 laps at hard temp, and then 1 lap sprint as hard as they can. Riders will return to hard tempo pace with no rest, and start the same 4+ 1 lap again. Distance will vary among riders depending on age and level of fitness. Gearing will vary by riders but newer riders will use 86-88 inch gears, while A level riders are able to use their prefered race gears. An example would be in the 88-96 inch range or an A level rider.

Key points

4 laps at hard tempo/race pace

1 lap sprint as hard as you can

-The riders will do 4 or 5km (ie 4 or 5 of these during a set) depending on age and level of fitness.

-Please remember you must say stick while passing other riders

May 10- Team pursuit prep workout

This workout is an individual workout but riders can challenge themselves by trying to sit on a stronger riders wheel at the coach’s discretion. 3.5 laps at pursuit pace 0.5 lap accelerate in the saddle as hard as they can. The rider will try to hang onto the speed they have gained for 1 more lap. Riders will return to pursuit pace and start the same 3.5 +0.5 + 1 lap again. Distance will vary among riders depending on age and level of fitness. Gearing will vary by riders but newer riders will use 86-88 inch gears, while A level riders are able to use their prefered pursuit gears. An example would be in the 92-96 inch range or an A level rider.

Key points

-3.5 lap steady at 5-8min pursuit pace

-0.5 lap hard acceleration in the saddle

-1 lap hold onto the speed gained in the accell

-The riders will do 3 or 4km (ie 3 or 4 of these during a set) depending on age and level of fitness.

-Please remember you must say stick while passing other riders

February 15th- Flying 500m efforts 

This workout will be done either in pairs alternating who leads or individually if the speed differential is too high. Each pair will do 5 flying 500m efforts total. Rider one will lead out 3 times and rider 2 will lead out 2 times. The pair will be up on the track rolling at the railing. They will build up speed over 2 laps and drop in by the pursuit line. The lead rider should be doing the 500m effort as hard as they can and the second rider should sit on. The leader of each effort should be trying to drop the second rider. The second rider is not to pass the lead rider they should just sit on. 10 minutes recovery between each effort.

Gear-unlimited but pairs should be running close to the same gear

Key points

-2 laps on the rail to build up speed

-effort is 500m or 2.5 laps of burnaby total

-first rider should try and drop the second rider during the effort

-second rider is just to sit on

-10 minutes recovery between each effort

-swapping teams on the track must be done quickly and safely or all riders to finish all 5 efforts

May 17-Take a lap workout. 

Take a lap consists of one group riding on the blue line. The lead rider will listen for the whistle or bell. The coach will ring/ whistle signaling they are to start their effort. The rider must shoulder check before proceeding forward. If it is clear below the rider they are to get out of the saddle and pedal hard as they enter the sprinters lane. Riders must keep their head up at all times. Once the rider reaches the back of the other group they will be required to shoulder check and if it is clear get back on the back of the group.

Gear- 88-90 inch gear

Key Points

-Pace in the pace line is 34kph

-Shoulder check each time a rider moves up and down the track

-accelerate as soon as the bell has been rung or whistle blown

– While taking the lap the effort is a sprint

May 24-Pyramid drill

This workout should be done in a gear larger than usual. Please ask the coach running the session which gear they recommend for you.

Riders will be on the track at either the sprinters lane or blue line. This is an individual drill. Please do these at your appropriate percentage to get the most benefit from the workout.

2 mins @ 60% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 70% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 80% of maximum

one min recovery

1 min @ 90% of maximum

one min recovery

30 secs @ 100% of maximum

one min recovery

1 min @ 90% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 80% of maximum

one min recover

2 mins @ 70% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 60% of maximum

Set one complete

Gear 86-90 gear inches

Key Points

-ride at your percentage not someone else’s

-start out easier than you think this gets very difficult at the top of the pyramid

-say stick or stay as you pass other riders

-shoulder check every time you move up or down the track

May 31–Moto-madness workout.

We will have the motor bike out for 45 minutes straight! Riders have the option of taking a lap whenever they please. Riders can work together to gain laps. The rider who gains the most laps wins the workout. Riders can take breaks without penalty if they wish.

Key points

-the group will ride the blue line as a pace line

-lead motor will ride the same pace 40+kph on the front

-second rider will shoulder check and accelerate into the sprinters lane when it is safe to do so

-effort will be until the rider takes the lap

-say stick or stay when passing riders

-ALWAYS shoulder check before moving any direction

-get back into the group safely

 

*Workouts are subject to change by the Program Director.

Winter Series Race Results

March 26, 2017 | By | No Comments

Well that’s a wrap!

Our Winter series has come to a close. We have tallied up the points and are ready to announce the winners of the Friday night Winter series.

Our novice series saw plenty of riders of all ages competing to earn their upgrade to the C division. The focus of this group was safe riding, and we will see many of these racers upgrade to the C group for the Winter Series. Our “Most Improved” award goes to Dave Huebert, who consistently improved his racing skills throughout the 10 weeks.

The C group was once again a large group on the track, and we will no doubt see some of these riders upgrading to B’s in the near future. Our top contender in the C category was a hard fought battle between Andrew “The Leopard” Lepper, and Michael Matthews. Andrew was just able to take top spot with a slim 25 point lead over Michael. Rounding out the podium was Spencer Mulder, with 69 points.

The B group was a consistently strong and big field, and was subject to a very close battle for podium positions. Neil Davies, looking for revenge after a second place finish by only 5 points in the Fall, ran away with the show, accumulating a whopping 149 points. Second and third were a hard fought battle, with Michael “The Kaiser” Wegner inching out the Maple Ridge Princess (Maggie Coles-Lyster) by only 3 points.

The A group set blistering paces and we saw several very talented riders in this field. Dylan Davies took top honours, accumulating 126 points over 19 races. In second place we have Jay Delaney, moving up one spot since the fall. Third place, only 11 points back, is Alex Murison of Trek Red Truck Racing.

We want to say thank you to all the riders who made the series so successful. Thank you to our riders who came from from Victoria, Portland, Bellingham and Seattle. Thank you to all of our sponsors who make all of this possible.

For complete results please see: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15HFyfzczE7ovmspZZp7pV96N2O3IvS6RohXWSARlJJ8/edit?usp=sharing

Bare Bones 2 Results

January 30, 2017 | By | No Comments

Results are now up for our Bare Bones 2 Race. Thanks to all our racers and volunteers who made this a great event, and big thanks to results extraordinaire Kirk McDowall for calculating everything.

Results can be found here: https://www.scribd.com/document/337960522/BVC-Bare-Bones-Results-Jan-2017

Weather Station

January 21, 2017 | By | No Comments

What do the Burnaby Velodrome Club and the International Space Station have in common? They both have a Raspberry Pi with a Sense HAT! I’ve put together a simple weather station that is mounted below the clock at the start/finish line. It measures temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure, which is outputted to a simple website, and CSV sheet for historical reference. There’s also a simple thermometer mounted as well, for calibration and accuracy.

Currently the conditions are updated every 30 minutes, but that will be changed to every 5 minutes soon.

*Disclaimer: don’t use this data for anything important, as it’s not guaranteed to be accurate, but it should be within a degree or two. The Pi’s processor generates its own heat, and this had to be compensated for with an algorithm to get the output as accurate as possible. Derek’s code is pretty junky.

Bare Bones #2

January 7, 2017 | By | No Comments

Bare Bones #2 is coming Jan 13-15!

Tentative Schedule *Subject to Change

 

Friday- Racing starts at 6:30
Keirin Qualifying (8 laps, motor leaves track at 3 to go)
Scratch/split points race
Italian Pursuit (5rider) must contain at least1woman 1junior
Keirin Final
Snowball

Saturday- Track open at 8 racing at 9:30
200m TT (8 qual)
1st round sprints 1 ride
Scratch Race (Omnium)
Semi final Sprint (best of 3)
1Km Handicap/wheel race (qualifying heat pending entries)
Tempo (Omnium)

Break

Racing resumes at 5pm
Team Sprint
Elimination Race (Omnium)
Sprint minor 1st ride
Sprint final 1st ride
Sprint 5-8
Sprint minor 2nd ride
Sprint final 2nd ride
2 Lap Chariot race

Sprint minor 3rd ride if nec.
Sprint final 3rd ride if nec.

Points Race (Omnium)
Marymoor crawl/Longest Lap
Mixed Madison

Sunday 10 am
Clinic day, Sprint and Endurance

Wednesday Night Workouts

January 2, 2017 | By | No Comments

Our Wednesday night workouts are up! We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our Advanced and Intermediate sessions. For more information on our sessions please email info@burnabyvelodrome.ca.

January 4–Take a lap workout. 

Take a lap consists of one group riding on the blue line. The lead rider will listen for the whistle or bell. The coach will ring/ whistle signaling they are to start their effort. The rider must shoulder check before proceeding forward. If it is clear below the rider they are to get out of the saddle and pedal hard as they enter the sprinters lane. Riders must keep their head up at all times. Once the rider reaches the back of the other group they will be required to shoulder check and if it is clear get back on the back of the group.

Gear- 88-90 inch gear

Key Points

-Pace in the pace line is 34kph

-Shoulder check each time a rider moves up and down the track

-accelerate as soon as the bell has been rung or whistle blown

– While taking the lap the effort is a sprint

 

January 11- pursuit chase efforts

This can be done as a team or individually. If we have teams of similar speed and ability level riders the workout will be done as a team, and if not it will be done individually. The number of riders in a group and groups on the track will be decided by the coach for safety. The purpose of the team effort is to work on exchanges while at speed. This is a no drop effort but don’t expect it to be a walk in the park. A great quote for this one is “some times you need to go slow to go fast”- Jeremy Storie; for those who have seen team pursuit teams come apart you will understand why. If the effort is done individually and we have two riders chasing one another and the effort ends when one catches the other or we complete 2 minutes.

Gear- 84-88 inches for Intermediate; 90-92 inches for Advanced

Key points

-Riders will be riding on the blue line in their groups

-Pull lengths or number of laps on the front will be decided with the riders and coach of the session before getting on the track

-Efforts will be 2 minutes or until a group is caught in length

-Total number of efforts during the session will be 3-5

 

January 18-Rolling in team sprint efforts

If the ability or speed difference is too large riders will do the workout as an individual doing 1 lap for the first effort, 2 laps on their second, and 3 on their third. 2 sets of 3 efforts will be completed during the session.

Teams will be made up of 3 riders. Each team will do 3 laps total. The first rider will lead the group in from the railing and accelerate as hard as they can while seated for one lap. Once they have completed the lap they will pull up between the 2 cones laid out by the coach. The 2 remaining riders will soldier on. The second rider will be going as hard as they can while the third rider sits in the draft. Once second rider completes the second lap they will pull up again between the 2 cones. The third rider will finish the final lap. We will do 2 sets total. The first set each rider will lead once (3 efforts). 10 minutes recovery between sets and each effort. The second set will be the same with each rider leading once.

Gear- 84-88 inches for Intermediate; 90-94 inches for Advanced

Key points

-rolling in from the blue line

-In the saddle acceleration

-riders must pull up in the designated zone

-riders must not overlap wheels

 

January 25- Gate Practice- Standing starts + Tempo on the blue

We will be running 2 workouts at the same time. One group will be in the sprinters lane doing standing starts. The other group will be doing 2×20 minutes of tempo on the blue line.

Standing starts will be 4 efforts in a set and 2 sets total.

Tempo- 2 sets of 20  minutes with 12-15min recovery in between.

 

February 1st- Time Trials

We will be running flying 200m, standing 500m, 750m, 1km, 2km, 3km, 4km, as well as team pursuit and team sprint.

 

February 8th- Team pursuit prep workout

This workout is an individual workout but riders can challenge themselves by trying to sit on a stronger riders wheel at the coach’s discretion. 3.5 laps at pursuit pace 0.5 lap accelerate in the saddle as hard as they can. The rider will try to hang onto the speed they have gained for 1 more lap. Riders will return to pursuit pace and start the same 3.5 +0.5 + 1 lap again. Distance will vary among riders depending on age and level of fitness.

Gear- 84-88 inches for Intermediate; 90-94 inches for Advanced

Key points

-3.5 lap steady at 5-8min pursuit pace

-0.5 lap hard acceleration in the saddle

-1 lap hold onto the speed gained in the accell

-The riders will do 3 or 4km (ie 3 or 4 of these during a set) depending on age and level of fitness.

-Please remember you must say stick while passing other riders

 

February 15th- Flying 500m efforts 

This workout will be done either in pairs alternating who leads or individually if the speed differential is too high. Each pair will do 5 flying 500m efforts total. Rider one will lead out 3 times and rider 2 will lead out 2 times. The pair will be up on the track rolling at the railing. They will build up speed over 2 laps and drop in by the pursuit line. The lead rider should be doing the 500m effort as hard as they can and the second rider should sit on. The leader of each effort should be trying to drop the second rider. The second rider is not to pass the lead rider they should just sit on. 10 minutes recovery between each effort.

Gear-unlimited but pairs should be running close to the same gear

Key points

-2 laps on the rail to build up speed

-effort is 500m or 2.5 laps of burnaby total

-first rider should try and drop the second rider during the effort

-second rider is just to sit on

-10 minutes recovery between each effort

-swapping teams on the track must be done quickly and safely or all riders to finish all 5 efforts

 

February 22rd-Whistle drill/ bell drill

This is an individual workout focusing on reaction time. Riders will ride on their own on the blue line. When they hear a bell or whistle they are expected to get out of the saddle and accelerate while still on the blue line. The rider must shoulder check and only once it is clear they are allowed to drop into the sprinters lane. The effort goes until the riders hear the bell or whistle again. Once the bell or whistle has been rung for the 2nd time all riders will return to the blue line when it is safe to do so. For the safety of our riders the groups will be limited in size at the coach’s discretion.

Gear- 84-88 inches for Intermediate; 86-92 inches for Advanced

Key Points

-react as quickly as you can to the bell (you must shoulder check and make sure it is safe to drop down)

-First 5 seconds are out of the saddle

-Shoulder check before dropping down

-If a rider is below you do not drop down on top of them

-If a rider is above you do not swing into them

 

March 1st-Pyramid drill

This workout should be done in a gear larger than usual. Please ask the coach running the session which gear they recommend for you.

Riders will be on the track at either the sprinters lane or blue line. This is an individual drill. Please do these at your appropriate percentage to get the most benefit from the workout.

2 mins @ 60% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 70% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 80% of maximum

one min recovery

1 min @ 90% of maximum

one min recovery

30 secs @ 100% of maximum

one min recovery

1 min @ 90% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 80% of maximum

one min recover

2 mins @ 70% of maximum

one min recovery

2 mins @ 60% of maximum

Set one complete

Gear- 84-88 inches for Intermediate; 88-92 inches for Advanced

Key Points

-ride at your percentage not someone else’s

-start out easier than you think this gets very difficult at the top of the pyramid

-say stick or stay as you pass other riders

-shoulder check every time you move up or down the track

 

March 8th–Moto-madness workout.

We will have the motor bike out for 45 minutes straight! Riders have the option of taking a lap whenever they please. Riders can work together to gain laps. The rider who gains the most laps wins the workout. Riders can take breaks without penalty if they wish.

Key points

-the group will ride the blue line as a pace line

-lead motor will ride the same pace (38kph for Intermediate; 42kph for Advanced) on the front

-second rider will shoulder check and accelerate into the sprinters lane when it is safe to do so

-effort will be until the rider takes the lap

-say stick or stay when passing riders

-ALWAYS shoulder check before moving any direction

-get back into the group safely

 

March 15th- Motor Pacing.

This is an individual workout. Riders will ride behind the motor bike taking no more than 2 laps directly behind the motor bike. When their turn is over they will accelerate up beside the Motor bike before pulling off. This allows for the rider behind them to draft and keep the line together.The Bike will be going 48-50kph for the advanced group. The motor bike will be going between 40-43 kph for the intermediate group. Efforts will be 2 sets of 15 minutes. Gearing will be unlimited for this group.

 

March 22nd-Take a lap workout.

Take a lap consists of one group riding on the blue line. The lead rider will listen for the whistle or bell. The coach will ring/ whistle signaling they are to start their effort. The rider must shoulder check before proceeding forward. If it is clear below the rider they are to get out of the saddle and pedal hard as they enter the sprinters lane. Riders must keep their head up at all times. Once the rider reaches the back of the other group they will be required to shoulder check and if it is clear get back on the back of the group.

Gear- 84-88 inches for Intermediate; 86-92 inches for Advanced

Key Points

-Pace in the pace line is 35kph for Intermediate; 42kph for Advanced

-Shoulder check each time a rider moves up and down the track

-accelerate as soon as the bell has been rung or whistle blown

– While taking the lap the effort is a sprint

 

March 29th-Rolling in team sprint efforts

If the ability or speed difference is too large riders will do the workout as an individual doing 1 lap for the first effort, 2 laps on their second, and 3 on their third. 2 sets of 3 efforts will be completed during the session.

Teams will be made up of 3 riders. Each team will do 3 laps total. The first rider will lead the group in from the blue line and accelerate as hard as they can while seated for one lap. Once they have completed the lap they will pull up between the 2 cones laid out by the coach. The 2 remaining riders will soldier on. The second rider will be going as hard as they can while the third rider sits in the draft. Once second rider completes the second lap they will pull up again between the 2 cones. The third rider will finish the final lap. We will do 2 sets total. The first set each rider will lead once (3 efforts). 10 minutes recovery between sets and each effort. The second set will be the same with each rider leading once.

Gear- 84-88 inches for Intermediate; 90-94 inches for Advanced

Key points

-rolling in from the blue line

-In the saddle acceleration

-riders must pull up in the designated zone

-riders must not overlap wheels

 

*Workouts are subject to change by the Program Director.

Fall Series 2016 – That’s a Wrap!

December 27, 2016 | By | No Comments

Well that’s a wrap!

Our Fall series has come to a close. We have tallied up the points and are ready to announce the winners of the Friday night Fall series.

Our novice series saw plenty of riders of all ages competing to earn their upgrade to the C division. The focus of this group was safe riding, and we will see many of these racers upgrade to the C group for the Winter Series. Our “Most Improved” award goes to Lora Genaille, who consistently improved her racing skills throughout the 10 weeks.

The C group was one of the largest groups on the track, and we will no doubt see some of these riders upgrading to B’s in the near future. Our top contender in the C category was none other than Dominek Adamoski who put in many dominating performances to take the overall with 202 points. In second place is Andrew “Not Kyle” Lepper who racked up 122 points during the course of the series. In third place is Kyle Ulinder with 97 points.

The B group was a consistently strong and big field, and was subject to a very close battle for podium positions. The one taking top honours in the B group go to Bobby “Rockets” Freeman of La Bicicletta. Bobby powered to the win with 92 points. Second place in the B group was Neil Davies, with only 5 points less, at 87 points. A further 5 points back, and rounding out the podium is Emil “Can we do 32kph” Marcetta with 82 points.

The A group set blistering paces and we saw several very talented riders in this field. 12x National Champion and multiple World Cup medalist, Steph “The Viking” Roorda, rode away with the series win, racking up 132 points. In second we have new velodrome employee Amiel Flett-Brown with 73 points. Only 3 points back is Jay Delaney with 70 points.

We want to say thank you to all the riders who made the series so successful. Thank you to our riders who came from from Victoria, Portland, Bellingham and Seattle. Thank you to all of our sponsors who make all of this possible.

For complete results please see: http://www.burnabyvelodrome.ca/racing/race-results/

We look forward to starting up again on January 13th. Have a good holiday!

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Photos courtesy of The Black Line.

Friday Night Racing Winter Series 2017

December 22, 2016 | By | No Comments

Due to the popularity of all our programs, we are returning to our old racing schedule. Novice will race at 6:30pm, and all other categories start at 7pm. 

We are back! After a brief holiday break, we are ready to go again. We will have 10 weeks in the series, starting with our Bare Bones racing weekend which will be running on January 13th and 14th as well as a clinic on the Sunday. See you at the track!

Gear Restrictions:

-Novice are 84″, a maximum of 47×15

-Cs are 86″, a maximum of 48X15

-Bs and As are unrestricted

 

January 13th

Bare Bones- TBD

 

January 20th

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch

10 mins Open Track

Novice- 4×5 Points Race

C- 30 Lap Scratch

B- 40 Lap Scratch

A- 50 Lap Scratch

C- 15 Laps to Elimination

B- 20 Laps to Elimination

A- 20 laps to Elimination

C- 20 Lap Snowball

B- 30 Lap Snowball

A- 40 Lap Snowball

 

January 27th

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch

10 mins Open Track

Novice- 4×5 Points Race

C- 20 laps to Win and Out

B- 30 laps to Win and Out

A- 30 laps to Win and Out

C- 25 lap Point a lap

B- 35 lap Point a lap

A- 40 lap Point a lap

C- 30 Lap Scratch

B- 40 Lap Scratch

A- 50 Lap Scratch

 

February 3rd

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch

10 mins Open Track

Novice- Elimination

C- 35 Lap Scratch

B- 40 Lap Scratch

A- 50 Lap Scratch

C- 30 laps to Belgian Win and Out

B- 40 Laps to Belgian Win and Out

A- 40 Laps to Belgian Win and Out

C- Unknown Distance

B- Unknown Miss and Out

A- Unknown Miss and Out

 

February 10th

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch

10 mins Open Track

Novice- 4×5 Points

C- 30 Lap Scratch

B- 40 Lap Scratch

A- 50 Lap Scratch

C- Antioquena-  Point a lap and elimination down to 5 riders. 5 riders do a scratch and the final sprint is 5 for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd, 1 for 4th

B- Antioquena-  Point a lap and elimination down to 5 riders. 5 riders do a scratch and the final sprint is 5 for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd, 1 for 4th

A- Antioquena-  Point a lap and elimination down to 5 riders. 5 riders do a scratch and the final sprint is 5 for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd, 1 for 4th

C- 25  Lap Tempo ( 2 points to leader on each lap, 1 point to second)

B- 35 Lap Tempo ( 2 points to leader on each lap, 1 point to second)

A- 40 Lap Tempo ( 2 points to leader on each lap, 1 point to second)

 

February 17th

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch race

10 mins Open Track

Novice- 4×5 Progressive Points

C- Keirin Qualifyer

B- Keirin Qualifyer

A- Keirin Qualifyer

C- 50% Elimination to 10 Lap Scratch

B- 50% Elimination to 10 Lap Scratch

A- 50% Elimination to 10 Lap Scratch

C- Keirin Final

B- Keirin Final

A- Keirin Final 

C- 5×6 Points Race

B- 5×8 Points Race

A- 5×10 Points Race

 

February 24th

 

Western Canadian Championships

 

 

March 3rd

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch

10 mins Open Track

Novice- 20 Lap Tempo ( 2 points to leader on each lap, 1 point to second)

C- 35 Lap Scratch

B- 40 Lap Scratch

A- 50 Lap Scratch

C- Elimination

B- Elimination

A- Elimination

C- 30 Laps Unknown Points Race

B- 40 Laps  Unknown Points Race

A- 40 Laps Unknown Points Race

 

March 10th

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch

10 mins Open Track

Novice- 20 lap Snowball

C- 25  Lap Tempo ( 2 points to leader on each lap, 1 point to second)

B- 35 Lap Tempo ( 2 points to leader on each lap, 1 point to second)

A- 40 Lap Tempo ( 2 points to leader on each lap, 1 point to second)

C- 35 Lap Scratch

B- 45 Lap Scratch

A- 45 Lap Scratch

C- 5×6 Points Race

B- 5×8 Points Race

A- 5×9 Points Race

 

March 17th- Series Final!!!

Novice- 20 Lap Scratch

10 mins Open Track

Novice- 20 Lap Point a Lap

C- 35 Lap Scratch

B- 40 Lap Scratch

A- 50 Lap Scratch

C- 25 Lap Point a Lap

B- 30 Lap Point a Lap

A- 35 Lap Point a Lap

C- 30 Laps to Elimination

B- 40 Laps to Elimination

A- 40 Laps to Elimination

Time Trial Night November 23rd

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Thanks everyone for coming out to our time trial night. The night proved to be a great way for experienced and new riders alike. We will run our next Time Trial Night at the end of January.

Flying 200 meter Time Trial

Galen Kehler   12.1

Jay Delaney   12.1

Tyler Davies   12.5

Jeff Kemp   12.8

Jacob Bender   13.2

Jenna Nestman   13.4

Domenik Adamoski   13.4

Robert Lynds   13.9

Michael Matthews   14.2

Dave Huebot   14.2

Kyle Ulinder   14.7

John Mayr   15.0

Neil Salway   15.7

Anna Bonga   17.0

500 meter time trial

Tyler Davies   36.6

Neil Davies   38.5

Jenna Nestman   39.3

Jacob Bender   39.5

Dave Huebot   43.3

John Mayr   43.5

Neil Salway   46.5

Anna Bonga   50.4

1km Time Trial 

Galen Kehler   1:09.8

Jay Delaney   1:11.9

Jeff Kemp   1:16.2

Domenik Adamoski   1:19.0

Michael Matthews   1:20.4

Robert Lynds   1:24.6

Kyle Ulinder   1:25.2

2km Time Trial

Dave Huebot   3:04.9

Lora Genaille   3:06.7

Anna Bonga   3:30.5

3km Time Trial

Robert Lynds   4:32.4

4km Time Trial 

Galen Kehler   4:59.4

Jeff Kemp   5:28.5

Domenik Adamoski   5:38.2

Michael Matthews   6:02.6