Ulster Cycling News

Orangefield Track

Cycling Ulster wishes to extend apologies to those who turned up on Tuesday night for the track at Orangefield. The Council are presently installing a new fence and blocks were left lying on the etrack. It is hoped that everything will be clear for next Tuesday night. The current improvements will make the track a more viable venue as the fence should drastically reduce vandalism. Also facilities are currently being improved for the safe storage of track bikes which will allow riders to store their track bikes on site.

The opening week will begin with a session for all riders of all skill levels to come along and try the track. This is a good session for beginners. The evening will finish of with some exciting racing for all categories. Track bikes preferable. So come along and give it a go!

Track Coaching.

Due to the recent resurgence of track cycling in Ulster, Cycling Ulster are pleased to announce an opening for a new track coach or coaches with immediate effect to assist in the development of the sport. Track coaching experience is not necessary as training will be given and the successful coaches will train to become a Manchester approved indoor and outdoor coach this coming winter. Cycling Ulster currently has two coaches qualified to this standard.

Anyone interested should contact Brian Nugent at brnugent@yahoo.co.uk / 07881872001 or contact Marian Lamb at marianlamb@ulstercyclingnews.com 07796788044.

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