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Track Etiquette for the ILT Velodrome
GENERAL ETIQUETTE All users of the track must be assessed and confirmed as competent to ride the Velodrome. This includes all Derny riders. Be on time to sessions at the track. Allow enough time for registration, changing clothes, assembling bike, warm-up, etc. This includes race starts Enter the Velodrome via the cyclist's entrance. No bikes are to be brought in via >>
Introduction to Track Cycling Part 2
Types of Races on the Track There are a wide variety of races on the track something for everyone!! In the interests of safety, each track has a rider limit the maximum number of riders allowed on the track at one time on an Olympic standard track this is usually 24 to 26 riders. At World Cup, there is a set program of races for sprinters and endurance riders including the >>
Introduction to Track Cycling
Now that we have an indoor velodrome gracing New Zealand, it's time to educate the masses about track racing and encourage people to pluck up the courage to give it a go! This will be the first installment of two articles on an introduction to track racing, where we will cover everything from types of velodromes, types of bikes and types of races that are held on the track. VELODROMES  >>
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