September 22, 2017, 06:17:42 PM *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Login with username, password and session length
News: SMF - Just Installed!
 
   Home   Help Login Register  
Pages: [1]
  Print  
Author Topic: Week 7 July 28 2017  (Read 339 times)
Artson
Administrator
Get'a'Life-Member
*****
Posts: 1082


If it isn’t fixed its broken


WWW
« on: July 24, 2017, 07:16:56 PM »


News and Information
For Week 7
Friday, July, 28 2017
RAW TRACK  2017
first race 7:05pm  


 This week’s Races
•   Round 1   Warm up Scratch
•   Round 2   no race this week  
•   Round 3 Wheel-Races (7 laps 1750m)  
•   Round 4  Madi-leads and Div 1 Madison

•   Round 5 Combines


Non Madison
•   Div 1 riders  who are not riding the madison are invited to ride the Div 2 Madi-Lead
•   Whilst results will be recorded, only the top 4 div 2 riders will receive points towards the overall series.

Explain these races
Wheel-Race- - A Wheelrace is a handicap event open to a wide range of riders. The race distance is typically 1000-2000 metres.  Riders start from a variety of positions around the track, with their handicap (or position) based on current grading and past performances. The top riders start from the 'scratch mark' - which is the absolute race distance - but they are sometimes over 200 metres behind the first riders who have that much less distance to travel. The scratch riders - normally top professionals - are the only competitors who have to cover the entire race distance.  reference www.cyclingnews.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epn2EAFZCLY&feature=channel
This week’s Wheel-races will be graded with a max of 24 riders per heat, so please listen in to how I split it up (should your division need to be split).
Your handicap will be  posted below.



Madilead- The pace in this race is set by a Madison team (see Madison). The bunch follows the Madison team for ??laps until, with 5 laps remaining the Madison leaders take off leaving the bunch to sought out the winner in scratch race style finish. The Idea of this race is to allow the lower grades to experience following a Madison change (which is a key skill in learning to ride a madison). The pace of this race can often change with the experienced leaders putting in a few hard attacks to stir up the bunch.

Madison- A high speed, two person continuous race relay. Think of tag team wrestling meets track cycling - while one partner is racing the other is resting at the top of the track. This race is named after Madison Square Garden in New York where the event was first held. Two man teams contest the event, which is typically an endurance event. Only one rider from each team is allowed in the race at a given time, meaning that teams must take it in turn each lap (or more) to have a rider in the race. Changeovers are quite dangerous, but impressive to watch when done well - one rider circles around waiting for his teammate, who joins hands and imparts his momentum to the slower rider. At RAW Track we usually ride this on a scratch race format reference www.cyclingnews.com




Cory Hart Sang "Sunglasses at night"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2LTL8KgKv8
•   Whilst at RAW, things are a little relaxed
•   It is important to understand RAW is a training ground for higher level racing
Rule states:
3.9.20 The wearing of dark tinted eye glasses by competitors shall not be permitted on velodromes during competition and training under the following conditions:
•indoor velodromes, at all times
•outdoor velodromes, after sunset or when velodromes lights are on
This regulation does not effect the wearing of eye glasses for protective reasons. i.e. with clear or coloured light enhancing lenses.

•   Here is a simple way of putting it. If I look at you and I can see your eyes…. It OK  
•   Please assist by abiding by the rules


Going up a grade
It is time for the 10 Point Rule to be activated.
 •   Promoted riders will take points with them but will not exceed 10pts below leader of grade.


A Lot of our Div 1 riders and Top Women  
 •   It is a great opportunity for div 2 riders to have a go in the MADISON  




Point Score info
 

Last week’s top scorers

 
•   Div 1 Tom Cornish 18  points 
•   Div 2  Gary Mandy 18 points
•   Div 3  Graham Cockerton 18 points   
•   Div 4 Sandro  Nava + Deb Coulls  18 points   
•   Div 5 Mack Apps-Tulip + Zachary Bonham   18  points 


series
•   Div 1  Tom Cornish 107 points 
•   Div 2  David Browne 93 points
•   Div 3 Ian Grant 93 points   
•   Div 4 Sandro  Nava 93 points     New leader
•   Div 5 Georgia Bonora   95 points 

note 3 leaders on 93 points




Teams/Clubs Challenge

After week 6
1   Dulwich Hill   1057
2   St George    1033
3   ATTA-NSW    793
4   Illawarra   719
5   Randwick    638
6   Lidcombe   541
7   Penrith   523
8   Hunter Dist    424
9   Bicisport    361
10   Sutherland   354
11   Canberra    281
12   Central Coast   278
13   Southern X   226
14   Bathurst   211
15   Bankstown    171
16   Vikings    158
17   MacArthur    117
18   Northern Sydney    116
19   Park-Life    110
20   ANU   97
21   Rapha    96
22   Waratah Masters    70
23   Eastern Sub    70
24   Peloton Sports    66
25   Tamworht    62
26   Muswellbrook   45
27   Manly    42
28   WA    34
29   Parramatta    33
30   Marconi    20
31   Goulburn   20
32   All other Clubs    0
    

Handicaps for this weeks round 3 1.75km graded wheel races
Div 1 Riders
Thomas Cornish    0   m
Stephen Cuff    0   m
Nick Yallouris    0   m
Rohan Hayden-Smith   15   m
Tirian McManus    25   m
Lachlan Scott    25   m
Tom Lynch    30   m
Tom Bolton    30   m
John Trovas   35   m
Jackson Williams    40   m
Zac Marshall    40   m
Max Housden    40   m
Charles Hoffman    45   m
Luke Britten    55   m
Ben Dutton    55   m
Sean Whitfield    55   m
Blake Ryan   60   m
Nathan Craig    65   m
Daniel Gandy    75   m
Declan Prosser    75   m
Matt Glanville   80   m
Jake Abramovic   85   m
Timothy Spackman      95   m
Alex Chubb   100   m
Scott Mills   170   m
      
      
Div 2 Riders       
Dave Try   0   m
Gary Mandy   5   m
Gav White    10   m
James Schneider   15   m
David Browne   20   m
Merrick Law    20   m
Jarrod Williams    25   m
Brad Heap      30   m
Troy Fisher    35   m
Darren Cash    35   m
Richard Cartwright   35   m
Sam Estell      40   m
Ondrej Slezak   45   m
Nosh Mistry   50   m
Rodrigo Notaro   55   m
Paddy Cochrane      60   m
Michal Kafka   65   m
Lawrence Santos   65   m
Michael Churchward    65   m
Adam Ingall   70   m
Peter Rogers    75   m
Richard Pettigrew   75   m
Brett Scruse    80   m
Stef Fernandez   85   m
Sophie Knox    85   m
Max Cyreszko   90   m
Nathan McLachlan   90   m
Harry Bryant   95   m
David Ludenia    100   m
Geoff Wilson   105   m
Darryl Thorncraft   110   m
Paul Parlett   115   m
Dean Preddy    140   m
      
Div 3 riders       
Daniel Rickard    minus 25   m
Graham Cockerton   0   m
Ian Grant    15   m
Ben Fox   20   m
Ryan Britton    20   m
Felix James    25   m
Lucie Fityus    30   m
Selina Ho    30   m
Mitchell Green    30   m
Christopher McInnes   35   m
Clayton Read   40   m
Lizanne Willmot   45   m
Batuhan Yildirim   45   m
Matt Karai   50   m
Tim Gale-Re   50   m
Michael Buckingham    50   m
Tommy Conneely   55   m
Brad Hooker    55   m
Julian Yuen    55   m
Ray Gorrell    55   m
Ben Elliot    60   m
Alex Lord    60   m
Fletcher Partlin   60   m
John Caley   65   m
Tess Wallace   65   m
BenJamin Kinsman   65   m
Paul Whitfeild    70   m
Nathan Barnes    70   m
Nick Bowd   70   m
James Thornton    75   m
Ed Garnett   80   m
Paul Kennedy    80   m
Trevor Smith    85   m
Harry Jones    85   m
Makenzie Scott    90   m
Jeff Morris   90   m
Simon Merideth    90   m
Greg Scott   95   m
Eliza Bennett   100   m
Zane Stewart   105   m
Tane Mathews O'Brien   110   m
Michael Elias   110   m
Zane Tapp      115   m
Cameron Rogers    125   m
Bruce Masson    130   m
Henry Cartwright    130   m
Jake Holmes    135   m
Tyler Puzicha   140   m
Hannah Sandison   140   m
Amelia Trkulja    155   m
Samantha Nicholls    160   m
      
      
      
      
Div 4 riders      
Nigel Apps   0   m
Sandro  Nava   (Sandy)   10   m
Phil Dobe   15   m
Eric Macdonald   15   m
Deb Coulls   25   m
Nigel Sirisomphone   30   m
Charlie Dale    35   m
Daika Scott    40   m
Michael Salmon   45   m
Matthew Willis    50   m
Thomas O'Callaghan      50   m
Mark Craig   55   m
Stephen Fityus    55   m
Emmy Howe   55   m
Mia Wallace   60   m
Scott Taylor   60   m
Colin Williamson   65   m
Charlie Crockett   70   m
Wayne Powell   70   m
Adrian McMillan   75   m
Sophie Pappas   80   m
Luke O'Callaghan    80   m
Mick Marshall    80   m
Tom Yallouris    80   m
Mark Windsor   80   m
Rob Russell    80   m
Caitlin Williamson   85   m
Daniel Morrissey   90   m
Safyan Saleem   90   m
Ben Robey   90   m
Elizabeth Huggins   100   m
Hugh Gray    110   m
Renee Covington    110   m
Mel Gibson    120   m
Curtis Trkulja    120   m
Cat Hooton    130   m
Rachael Nicholls    155   m
      
Div 5 riders      
Zachary Bonham   0   m
Mack Apps-Tulip   25   m
Geordie Spenceley   30   m
Emily Strumfin    35   m
Jonathan Bonora   40   m
Andy Verdon    45   m
Kym Daly   50   m
Georgia Bonora   55   m
Marian Renshaw   55   m
Jamie O'Callaghan   60   m
Georgia O'Callaghan   65   m
John Burke    70   m
Victoria Brash   70   m
Ben Kamanjas    85   m
Kaide Morrissey   100   m
Alyiah Jurd   110   m
Alex Pappas    115   m
Tayisha Smith   135   m

 RAW TRACK 2017 ….Bring It!  



  August 04 RAW Track Wheel-Race


Spirito are offering the winner a custom paint job
here is how it works: Bring your track bike to RAW Track August 04  Our expert judges will mark the bike based on the following criteria;
•   Material
•   Manufacturer
•   Structural integrity  
•   Current paint job
•   Bike history
•   SWAG value

The higher the score the bigger the handicap.
You can then go and find someone or yourself to ride the beast in a 3 lap handicap. Winner of the race wins the Spirito Custom paint job.
 
Rear Lane, 62 Atchison Street
St Leonards, NSW, 2065
0421 896 666






« Last Edit: July 25, 2017, 10:18:41 PM by Artson » Logged
Pages: [1]
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

English Steel 1.6 Saxon North Technologies
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2006-2008, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!