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ANUCC Criterium Training

November 9 - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 6:00pm on Friday, repeating until April 5, 2019

1 hour hit-out for ANUCC members. A series of drills and skills exercises aimed to be regular training for summer crit races, and introductory bunch riding training for beginners and non-racers. Coached by Brian Simpson. Prospective ANUCC members welcome.

Details


Date:
November 9

Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Website:
anucycling.club

Organiser

ANU Cycling Club
Phone:
0432875153
Email:
anucyclingclub@gmail.com
Website:
anucycling.club

Other

People attending (estimated)
10
Area/s to book
Road criterium circuit
Special requests
None
Event Control Room (office) required?
No
Exclusive access
Yes
Will alcohol be sold?
No
Will there be excessive noise (amplified music or live performance)?
No
Camping overnight?
No
Will there be any gas cylinders?
No
Are there arrangements to remove waste generated during the event?
Yes
Will non-emergency vehicles need access to restricted areas?
No
Will coaches/buses require parking?
No
Will car parks be used for any other purpose?
No
Are vulnerable people (children, elderly or people with a disability) attending the event?
No
Will there be any temporary structures?
No
How many people will have first aid certification?
1-2
Please list names of people who have first aid certification
Matthew Gale Brian Simpson
Insurance Company Name
Australian National University
Insurance Policy Number
205095510206
Insurance Policy Start Date
30/11/2017
Insurance Policy End Date
30/4/2019
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Venue

Stromlo Forest Park
Opperman Ave
Stromlo, ACT 2611 Australia
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Phone:
+61 2 6256 6700
Website:
http://stromloforestpark.com.au