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DISC #23

by Carl Brewer last modified 2011-09-24 18:28

The final aboc DISC session for winter 2012

What DISC training session
When 2011-09-25
from 16:20 to 19:00
Where DISC
Contact Name Carl Brewer
Contact Email
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NOTE: Sprinters please arrive at 4pm with your rollers for a roller warmup starting at 4:20pm

Our final DISC session for 'winter'

A charge of $20 per rider to attend applies, riders are expected to bring their own track bikes and tyres that are suitable for use at DISC, your tyres will be checked for suitability before we allow you on the track. Please bring the correct cash.

We have exactly two hours of track time, if you can arrive early it will mean you get more track time for warmups etc.  Ideally if you can be at DISC 20 minutes before we're due to start that will help us keep on schedule and you will get the most from the session.

A maximum of 16 riders may attend, and we request that you confirm attendance before coming.  Priority in the instance of oversubscription is given to riders actively coached by aboc coaches or regular attendees at aboc Spin Sessions.  Any rider with a current ACF (Cycling Australia) licence of at least Ride It standard is welcome to attend, please contact Carl to discuss if you have any questions.

The program for this session :

Time rider drill
4:20 sprint 15 min roller w/up, 1 x 1/4 lap pjump 82"
5:00 enduro 25 lap rolling turns in easy gear (<82"), ending in sprint
5:00 sprint 2 x seated 1/2 lap pjump from 30km/h (blue line) in pairs, following rider tries to pass, 82"
5:20 enduro Handicap Practice
5:40 sprint M'bike entry + 150 RG
5:55 enduro Handicap Practice
6:10 sprint flying 200 in pairs, following rider tries to pass, RG
6:20 enduro Handicap Practice
6:40 sprint flying 200 in pairs, following rider tries to pass, RG
6:50 enduro 10 laps Rolling Turns
6:55 sprint 1.5 lap match sprints 82"


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