Things have been so busy the last few months I don't know where the time has gone! Riders have been putting in the work and this has been showing in their results. Here's a few photos from the last couple of months...
Beth winning a World Cup round in Zolder... Check out the BC guys in the background!
All Jack Bowditch's hard work paying off with a 3rd at Glasgow National.
Between Papendal and Zolder, along with Ross Cullen we stayed with Bert and Chris from BVC Bikes. Emil Paulsen also spent time with us riding local tracks and having fun.
Ryan's devotion to training really paid off at the Worlds, after an amazing gate in the semi, the start of the final didn't go to plan. Ryan kept his cool and worked his way through the pack to a solid 3rd.
Pure's Matthew Gilston trains hard and understands the importance of skills work and setting goals. His riding is going from strength to strength the year.
James Campbell has been having a very strong season with 5 wins out of 6 at Nationals (his chain came off while leading the final at Cyclopark)
After missing Manchester National with an elbow injury Ben Curling has come back strong with two 1st a 2nd and a 3rd in the National series
Friday's pre national sessions have been very successful giving riders a chance to work out race lines and tactics before race day.
Can't thank dave from B73tees enough for saving the day and providing us with some hoodies at Glasgow. Have a look at his website: http://www.b73tees.co.uk/b73_Tees/Home.html
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I have a few places on the following sessions this month. Please go to the bookings page to book.
Sat 19th Cyclopark 12s and under 5.00-7.00 £20
Sat 19th Cyclopark 13s and over 7.00-9.00 £20
Wed 30th Gosport All ages 10.00-4.00 £45
Thur 31st Telford All ages 9.00-3.00 £45
Fri 1st June Telford All ages 10.00-4.00 £45
Tue 29th Hayes All ages 10.00-3.00. Members £30, Non Members £40. This session is booked through the Club via Paypal@ email@example.com
Well the weekend of March 9th to 11th saw MSC coaching's National debut.... It did feel a bit strange after four years with GB but it was also exciting to be doing things exactly how I want do them.
It all kicked off early with a training session with the Northern Outlaws, a young enthusiastic team that I have been working with through the winter, who I'm sure are going to go from strength to strength. They all just love riding their bikes which makes my job very easy!
Danny and Aoife O'Gorman travelled over from Ireland to race at Manchester, they both took advantage of the MSC Race Day Package that we offer. Both riders showed real grit and a passion for learning.Lots of improvements were made over the weekend with both riders coming out stronger on Sunday.
, Beth rode well both days, the aim of the weekend was to have a look at what we need to fine tune with Zolder and Paris coming up in the next few weeks. Beth was supported all weekend by her Sports Therapist Cheryl Morton from The Healing Zone http://www.the-healing-zone.co.uk. I haven't mentioned every rider MSC is working with as there will be other reports in which to do this, but a big well done to Matthew Gilston who trained his socks off over the last nine or ten months only to get ill just before the weekend. Matthew stayed at home Saturday to rest but gave it a go Sunday and made the main while still not feeling 100%.
Many thanks to Billy Wright, Suzanne McHugh and Cheryl Morton for the photos!
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Many thanks to Sean and Redditch Premiers for a great session!.... Edit by Dylan.
MSC BMX COACHING ROAD TRIP.... 9 days, over 1600 miles, 7 tracks ( 2 visited twice). High winds, sleet, snow, rain and a little sunshine. Massive thanks to the following for making us feel so welcome... Birmingham BMX Club,Hayes Hawks, Leicester Huncote Hornets, Blackpool BMX Club,Decoy BMXClub and Matt and Brian at Green Machine.... Edit by Dylan.
Was a very windy night at Cyclopark on Tuesday and that's saying something as TNT members are use to a bit of a breeze! No huge jumps for obvious reasons, but still got stuff done. Got a few trains going between skills efforts.