With just over a week to go until our annual Open House space is filling up quickly. At the moment out Saturday afternoon session is now full. Hurry up and reserve your spot today in one of the remaining sessions. To sign up register here.
We just found out the facility is closing for Good Friday…while we were setting up. Sorry if you planned on coming out to the LTR tonight. We’ve got another session coming up on Tuesday. Hope to see you there.
With the road racing season in full swing here in the lower mainland it’s easy to forget that the track is still very active. And so it was last night for our bi-monthly time trials. As the rain battered the roof of the velodrome, riders settled in to turn out some fast times.
Every other month throughout the year we hold time trials in lieu of one of our Wednesday coached workout sessions. The time trials are a great opportunity to see where you stack up against previous times, set new personal records, and for those with heart rate monitors or power meters, establish new training zones. Riders do not need to have taken our Learn to Race course in order to compete, only have taken the prerequisite LTR courses. Our next time trials will be held on June 11th with racing starting at 7:00pm sharp. In the mean time be sure to join us for our sprint tournament being held on May 14th!
Better late than never! A great job to all of the competitors that came out to our March sprint tournament. Looking back, this particular race night has to have been one of the highlights of our winter race season for me. Very close racing and, tactically, it really highlighted the progression that so many racers have had throughout the race season.
Also, congratulations to the many youth riders we had participating in our sprint tournament. Many of whom rode their first ever flying 200 and match sprint competition. I think it’s safe to say we can expect great things from this group!
The next sprint tournament will be taking place on Wednesday May 14th at 7:00pm. The sprint tournaments are open to all riders that have been through the LTR courses. You do not need to have taken the Learn to Race in order to compete. It’s best to think of the competitions as a training session of sorts. It’s a great way to learn how to sprint and have a fun in the process.