Any track days in Sydney?

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Any track days in Sydney?

Postby mattD110td5x » Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:03 am

Hi All - after reading the Aust Cyclist a couple of months back A few of us are interested in trying out track riding.
The AC article was based in Melbourne - are there any tracks in Sydney that run sessions where you pay $,
and bikes/advice/tracktime are available?

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Re: Any track days in Sydney?

Postby sogood » Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:40 am

Dunc Grey Velodrome in Bass Hill. Otherwise Canterbury Velodrome in Tempe also has programs for club riders.
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Re: Any track days in Sydney?

Postby Jack » Thu Apr 23, 2009 11:25 pm

If you are an affiliated rider you can hire a bike from NSWCF and attend Wednesday night training 7:00 or ride during office hours at the Dunc Gray.

If you aren't a racing rider you can take out a Ride-it licence which allows you to ride on the velodromes and participate in training sessions.

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Re: Any track days in Sydney?

Postby Zujan » Sun Apr 26, 2009 4:07 pm

sogood wrote: Otherwise Canterbury Velodrome in Tempe also has programs for club riders.

On wednesday night, is this training session open for anyone or just DHBC members?Where I can find more details about it?
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Re: Any track days in Sydney?

Postby toff » Wed Jun 24, 2009 10:04 pm

Zujan wrote:
sogood wrote: Otherwise Canterbury Velodrome in Tempe also has programs for club riders.

On wednesday night, is this training session open for anyone or just DHBC members?Where I can find more details about it?

Open to anyone who has a racing or rideit licence and is willing to pay $5. Details here. If you've got a track legal bike, come on down. Coaches available, and lots of friendly people. Just walk up to anyone in a DHBC shirt and say you want to ride, and they'll sort you out.

If you don't have a bike, we can probably sort you out a loaner, but that requires a bit of warning. If this is the case, PM me.

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