Victoria gets women's track series

CycleSport Victoria has announced a Women's Track Cycling Skills Series which will aim to increase...

CycleSport Victoria has announced a Women's Track Cycling Skills Series which will aim to increase skill and ability levels of current Victorian female cyclists, giving them new found confidence to begin track racing on the Victorian club and open level scene.

The 7 week program will feature sessions on time trials, pursuits, sprint derbies, scratch races, handicaps, motor pacing, keirens and general racing tips, techniques and etiquette.

Run by highly accredited coaches and overseen by Development Officer Luke Mason, the series will be held at the Darebin International Indoor velodrome in Thornbury.

Participants do not require anything other than a 2007 ACF Full or Ride It licence, their own helmet, shoes and cycling clothes. Track bikes can be hired from CSV.

The entire course costs just $100 per participant, and is great value for all female riders wishing to hone their skills on the track and take their cycling to the next level.

The series runs Sunday afternoons from 2pm–5pm from September 23rd to November 4th. For more information, contact CSV Development Manager Luke Mason at luke.mason@cycling.org.au or 03 8480 3000.

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