Introduction to Racing – Training comes to Salt Ayre, Lancaster

In advance of the Salt Ayre Spring Series at Lancaster (9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th March – 4th cat men at 13.30, Women only at 13.30 and E/1/2/3 men at 14.30) Salt Ayre Cycling Association are holding novice training on the circuit on 2nd March at 12.30 to 15.00.

If you want toimprove your confidence or just learn the corners on this circuit please come along, all are welcome.

Please note that this is not a race, it is an opportunity to practise your technique (including cornering) and your bunch skills.

Cost is £1 toward circuit hire.

Any queries contact Nev Pearson on npearson13@yahoo.co.uk

Heather Bamforth

Heather Bamforth

Sub Editor at CyclingShorts.cc
I am a cyclist returning to racing after a break of 10 years. I suffer from epilepsy and am recovering from chronic fatigue, but participate in races all the same! I never let anything get me down - I was involved in a car crash on the way to the National Cycling Centre last October but still took part in the Women's Team Sprint. I have changed medication many times, but hopefully this year is going to blossom into the start of something successful. I am a Master, and my aim is to do well in the Pursuit, 500m TT and road race, whilst still trying to overcome the challenges I face with epilepsy and chronic fatigue.
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