Interesting that the news article says accreditation is done in 4 stages and takes 6 hours. What worries me with all this 'tick-in-the-box management' approach to BC accreditation, it gives inexperienced track riders license to ride SQTs way above their a. ability and b. fitness.
Witnessed this first-hand at LVVP.
Poppit - can you clarify this please - is the track fully open as of the 20th March - can individuals go down and at least book a session from that date ?
Only a Ginger wrote:
I went today (volunteering for Marie Curie) but also got a little look round the place, quite impressive, although not that much seating for cycling events I thought!
I've got an introduction to track cycling booked so really looking forward to that. If I enjoy it (which I'm pretty sure I will) I'm going to try and complete the full accreditation!
I also did 250m on on one of their track bikes on rollers, did it in 13.48s, chances of that on a track?