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2015 season planning

PostPosted: 26 Oct 2014 19:40
by IanM
Useful one for CCS and also anyone contemplating J5/8 in May (Manc district pref uber fast 25 event) - Central (A) open event dates https://www.dropbox.com/s/7amprp6efqsmv ... 202014.pdf

Useful because it shows that events are still planned on the fast A50 courses - 25, 50 & 100, and the J5/8 25 course covers some of the same ground, so hopefully the districts are confident that the planned roadworks will not be disruptive, or might not start until post season.

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 09:52
by CCS
Ooh... interesting....
Now, which are the fast courses on that list. if I am lucky, I may be able to secure a couple of exit passes to support my BBAR quest - but will have to plan wisely

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 11:12
by IanM
A25/11, A50/6 and A100/4 - all the courses based out of Etwall, near the A50/A38 interchange just south of Derby.

Strava links:
http://www.strava.com/segments/795930
http://www.strava.com/segments/703949
http://www.strava.com/segments/5306070

I'll be looking to do as many of the 25s as possible, and the 50.

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 11:43
by Jack Hughes
IanM wrote:A25/11, A50/6 and A100/4 - all the courses based out of Etwall, near the A50/A38 interchange just south of Derby.

Strava links:
http://www.strava.com/segments/795930
http://www.strava.com/segments/703949
http://www.strava.com/segments/5306070

I'll be looking to do as many of the 25s as possible, and the 50.


Only the 100 is on timetrialcourses.co.uk

http://www.timetrialcourses.co.uk/course/a100_4

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 14:14
by Worrying Will
good to see some of the CW in there again and a nice early start to the season

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 14:31
by IanM
Worrying Will wrote:good to see some of the CW in there again and a nice early start to the season


Yep, planning to do the February one as my season opener, same as this year. Then there's (provisionally) a hardriders hilly 25 the following week in the K district that I'm looking at.

Got 15 events pencilled in already, and that's without the full list of V, K, J & O district events!

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 15:22
by Jack Hughes
IanM wrote:
Worrying Will wrote:good to see some of the CW in there again and a nice early start to the season


Yep, planning to do the February one as my season opener, same as this year. Then there's (provisionally) a hardriders hilly 25 the following week in the K district that I'm looking at.

Got 15 events pencilled in already, and that's without the full list of V, K, J & O district events!


L?
R?

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 15:28
by IanM
I'd like a crack at the Welsh Mountain 25 so will be looking out for R events. If the A50 events get cancelled/moved, then that'll probably put more focus on other courses like the R25, and possibly E2/50c. Think Levens 10 is the fast course in L? Don't plan on going that far for a fast 10 when I should have as quick/quicker courses nearby and in Hull.

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 15:34
by Jack Hughes
IanM wrote:I'd like a crack at the Welsh Mountain 25 so will be looking out for R events. If the A50 events get cancelled/moved, then that'll probably put more focus on other courses like the R25, and possibly E2/50c. Think Levens 10 is the fast course in L? Don't plan on going that far for a fast 10 when I should have as quick/quicker courses nearby and in Hull.



Historically, Wiggo has tended to ride L courses....

Re: 2015 season planning

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2014 15:38
by IanM
Jack Hughes wrote:
IanM wrote:I'd like a crack at the Welsh Mountain 25 so will be looking out for R events. If the A50 events get cancelled/moved, then that'll probably put more focus on other courses like the R25, and possibly E2/50c. Think Levens 10 is the fast course in L? Don't plan on going that far for a fast 10 when I should have as quick/quicker courses nearby and in Hull.



Historical, Wiggo has tended to ride L courses....

Ah, interesting....