Normal meeting point, 09:00 start Sunday, see you there
Welcome To Newcastle Track Cycling Association
Calendar Updated Posted 19/02/2015
The Calender has now been updated however we are having a coaches meeting on the 4th March when we will discuss with permission of the Footbal Club we can start our sesions earlier than stated. Keep an eye on the website
Track New Twitter Site Posted 04/02/2015
We now have a twitter site to keep you fully updated on events down at the track. We will be tweeting any changes to sessions throughout the spring and summer along with weather updates so add @nc_trackleague to your phone :) Also spread the word please.
Thanks to Phil Braybrooke for setting this up.
2015 Season Dates Posted 21/10/2014
The dates for the 2015 Season are now on the British Cycling Website. Due toa Football match the league starts a week later than normal on Thursday 7th May 2015 and continue throughout the summer on every Thursday evening until the 10th September. This is an extra week from this year and hopefully we will se a repeat of the good weather we had this year.
Track League Results Now On Site Posted 04/05/2014
The Report, Results and updated League tables are now on the site including the last nights racing on the 4th September 2014. All standings are now final league positions for the season. Congratulations to all that took part this season.
Information on this years sessions Posted 20/03/2014
This years season starts on Thursday 24th April 2014 with the Sprint and Endurance Experienced riders session. This session for one week only on the Thursday due to Fotball Matches that week which have cut our program. After the first week the sessions revert to the usual format as detailed on the Calendar of the Website. Also note on the 24th and 25th April there is a Holiday club at the track open to all riders U16. Details fro this from Norman Bassett as per his e-mail address on the Calendar tab. Details for each days sessions are as follows;
This session is for Under 18's riders and Novice/less experienced riders of any age. The structure of the session is as follows;
6.15pm......... Riders in Group 1 go on to the track. This group are riders who have ridden the track before and have passed through the novice group and so have been deemed competient enough to progress. This includes U18's and adult riders. This group will usually be run by Martyn Shaw. Riders need to be at the track in enough time to sign on and get a bike if appropriate so be there in good time to get on the track at the 6.15pm start time. The emphasis of this session is to learn new skills designed towards race situations. This is not a hard training session.
7pm............ Riders in Group 2 to to the track. This group is for first time and novice riders of age age. This group will; be coach led by Dave Latham. Riders to arrive in good time to sign on and get a bike if appropriate. The bike sizing can take time so suggest you turn up around 6.30pm to allow enough time for this to take place so you are ready to go on to the track at 7pm.
Cost of session.... U18's £3
Bike Hire for Everyone is £3.
Depending on the weather the session will last 2 hours. You do not have to register to train, just turn up on the night
This session is for more experienced riders of any age. The session starts at 6.30pm with the warm up. After the warm up the groups are split in to Sprint and Endurance. The lead coaches for this night are Steve Cronshaw ( Sprint) and Chris Pyatt ( Endurance ).
Prices for the session are as for Monday.
You do not have to register to train, just turn up on the night
This is Lyme RC session and only open to their members.
From the 1st May this is track league night. The Freewheelers league starts at 6.10pm. Riders please arrive from 5.45pm to sign on. This league is open to riders who have competed before and riders who are first timers who are between 10 and 16 years of age. Riders under 10 who have never been on the track before must attend the Friday sessions to be accredited to attend the league.
Freewheelers riders ride their own bike which must be in a good working order. They must wear a helmet and approriate clothing for the session.
Cost of the league is £2 per rider. The riders are split in to 3 leagues with overall prizes at the end of the season being awarded. On the final Thursday of each month there is a Go Ride Race Night with individual prizes for these nights being awarded at the end of that night. The cost of this night is £3.
You do not have to be in a club to race in this league.
The Main league starts at 7.20pm and is for fixed wheel bikes only. Riders must have a British Cycling licence or can pay for a day licence ( this can be expensive though).
You do not have to register or be part of an affiliated club to ride however we do encourge riders to get their clubs to affiliate to the Association ( just £35 a season) or they can affiliate individually for £5. This gives discounts on race entry fee.
Full details of the main league on the Britsih Cycling Website
This is the Freewheelers night and for U16's. Riders to turn up at 6.15pm. The inital sessions will be run on the grassed area outside the tracks gates to get the skills of the riders to the correct standard to ride the track. As stated above new riders under 10 years of age must go through this session before they can ride the league. Lead coach on this day is Norman Bassett.
Cost of the session is £2. Riders to bring their own bikes and to wear suitable clothing and a helmet.
There maybe times when sesions will need to be cancelled due to football matches taking place. Please keep an eye on the website and Facebook page for these cancellations.
AND if it is wet there will be no session.
If you have any questions please contact Chris Pyatt on the e-mail shown on the contact us section.
Thank You to Sponsors Posted 11/10/2012
The Association would like to thank the leagues sponsors this year for all their support. These are Brooks Cycles who sponsors the name of the league and so a specail thank you to Tony Brooks. To Paul Swinnerton of Swinnerton Cycles for his kind sponsorship of the sprint and endurance leagues at the league with spot prizes on the night of each league. Paul is also sponsoring our Tandem and Youth Omnium Meeting in May. Our third sponsor is Lyme RC who sponsor the Freewheelers League.
Without ther kind sponsorship the league would not be as successful as it is.
NO DOGS PLEASE AT TRACK Posted 20/08/2012
Following a request from the Football Club who manage the stadium, please can all riders and spectators please note that the Stadium has a strict no dogs policy. We would that you please observe this request.
Sports Massage Posted 10/05/2012
Sport Massage available from Emma Venables with further information available at www.premiersportsmassage.com. Please quote that you have seen the advert on our website when booking.
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Normal meeting point, 09:00 start Sunday, see you there
Three nominees for cycling at British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards
Kian, who claimed a silver medal in the team sprint at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, will be up against England cricketer Moeen Ali and rising sprint star Adam Gemili at the Awards which take place on 21 February at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
We will post training and track league updates on the twitter account including weather reports ! . If you could please follow us on the twitter feed and encourage others to do the same. We will also be setting up an Instagram account to post pictures
Conditions were better than the last time we went out
And stick to the main road for a couple of hours...
Yeah! Two hours non stop!! That'll be a shock to the system