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Junior Tour of Wales 2015- call for riders and staff

The Junior Tour of Wales is one of the longest standing, and most demanding, events in the Junior Road Calendar. It takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend (29th-31st August) and consists of 5 stages, including a TT, 3 open road stages and a circuit race. Details of the race can be found at: http://www.juniortourofwales.org/

The North East Region will be entering a team of 4 male Juniors for this race and is now seeking applications from riders interested in competing in this event, as well as applications for the positions of team manager and team coach.

The Youth and Junior Workgroup will pay entry fees of the selected riders, but they will be responsible for their own transport, accommodation and subsistence costs. Reasonable expenses of the manager and coach will also be met.

Rider selection will be based upon results in the National Junior Race Series, the National Junior Championship and other races on the open road up to 18th July 2015. The team will be selected and riders informed by 22nd July 2015.

The team manager and coach should have experience of working with young athletes and be prepared to undertake an online course in child protection, if they do not already hold this. Other desirable characteristics are experience of convoy driving in cycling events, basic mechanical knowledge and experience and knowledge of cycling events.

Application process and deadline: Applications from riders and prospective Team Manager and Team Coach positions must be submitted by Wednesday 8th July 2015 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For riders: Please send a brief cycling CV, which includes the races that you have entered this season and your results.

For Team Manager and Team Coach: Please send a short (maximum 1 page) application outlining previous experience and how you would approach this event.

Tony Fawcett

Chair Y&JDW

BCNE Development Review - 1-4pm 27th June, Belmont, Durham

1-4pm 27th June, Belmont Community Centre, Sunderland Road, Gilesgate Moor, Durham, DH1 2LL
http://www.BelmontCommunityAssociation.org.uk

Clubs and unattached BC members are invited to take part in a review of the British Cycling North East development plan. The board, elected by BC clubs, wish to discuss progress in developing cycling in the region and consult with you, our stakeholders, in taking the sport forward.

Much of the potential to expand and improve cycling lies in finding volunteers to take on roles and develop initiatives. We are therefore looking for potential new recruits in all these areas:

  • Race commissaires – all disciplines
  • Marshals – willing to qualify in the “accredited marshal” scheme
  • Race organisers – we can offer excellent support to anyone new to this
  • Managers for youth and junior teams – all disciplines
  • Coaches
  • Workgroup members – see how our board structure enables you to get involved according to your interest.

Come along to find out what the board and existing volunteers and officers are doing on your behalf – refreshments provided for those willing to give up their Saturday afternoon!

Register your interest through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Tony Hodgson

Chair, British Cycling North East.

Road and MTB CCT sessions

The road and MTB Club Clusters of Training sessions continue over the summer. Open to all Youth B/A and Junior riders with an interest in racing and improving physically, technically and tactically. These sessions are the first step on the British Cycling Perfirmance Pathway and attendance and performance at these sessions is a factor taken into account when selecting teams for the inter-regional championships in September.

Road sessions are on a Tuesday evening at Dalton Park (SR7 9HU) - sign on at 6.45 for a prompt 7 pm start.

MTB sessions are at Hamsterley Forest (DL13 3NL) on a Wednesday evening, starting at 6.30 pm.

The cost of each session is £3 whitch is used to support the development of youth and junior cycling in the region.

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