Accredited Riders Structured Quality Training (SQT)
Velodrome Structured Quality Training (SQT)
SQTs are for accredited riders aged fifteen years or older. They are training sessions that will test your fitness and some sessions can prepare you for various types of racing.
SQT's (aka Structured Quality Training) - 2hr sessions
For riders looking to structure their training, alongside others. Session offering a workout through structured activities focusing on specific skills, techniques and components of fitness, led by session Coach.
STRUCTURED B & VETS TRAINING
A good session for those who have just gained their accreditation.
STRUCTURED A & B TRAINING
These sessions will further develop technique, skill and fitness. Progress from the “B” session once you have developed your track speed and fitness.
STRUCTURED A TRAINING
For those looking to push themselves further, our highest intensity session will make you do just that. Riders at these sessions will continue to develop technique, skill and fitness. Progress from the “A & B” sessions once you have developed your track speed and fitness to the sharp end.
STRUCTURED MADISON TRAINING
Bring a training partner for this team riding session, or come on your own and ride with an experienced Madison rider. For experienced accredited riders only, so get 6 x A & B sessions in before riding this session! Two hours duration.
STRUCTURED DERNY TRAINING OR STRUCTURED SPRINT TRAINING
Best to use your own bike for these sessions! Two hours duration.For experienced accredited riders only, so get 6 x A & B sessions in before riding this session!
DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC STRUCTURED TRAINING
Discipline specific SQTs will return to the track in Summer 2016, when there are training sessions appropriate for your National and World Masters Track Championships preparation. Details will be published on the Summer SQT Page. These include match sprints, points races, team pursuit and team sprints.
Riders may wish to use the size of gear that they will race on in these Discipline Specific sessions, but caution is advised in the warm up line at the start of each session.