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School Sports Programme-Cycling
Prospectus

  1. Sport Demonstration - HKCA coaches and cyclists will introduce different types of bikes (including road bike, track bike, mountain bike and BMX), bike accessories and competitions, and give demonstration of skills. Play-in sessions will also be arranged for students.

  2. Easy Sport Programme – Bronze Level - Mainly teach students the Safety rules of cycling, cycling signals, checking of bikes and basic handling skills. Upon completion of the class, students who reach the required standard (  Bronze Level ) will be obtained a set of certificate with badge according to their achieved levels from CAHK with expense.
  1. Outreach Coaching Programme – Silver Level (Non-school team training) - Mainly teach students the safety rules of cycling, cycling signals, checking, setting up and adjusting of bikes, use of derailleurs, basic handling skills. Upon completion of the class, students who reach the required standard ( Silver Level ) will be obtained  a set of certificate with badge according to their achieved levels from CAHK with expense. Silver Level is qualified to participating in Outreach Coaching Cycling Competitions organized by HKCA.

  2. Outreach Coaching Programme – Gold Level (School team training) - Mainly teach students the Safety rules of cycling, cycling signals, checking, setting up and adjusting of bikes, use of derailleurs, basic knowledge, about competitions, handling emergencies. Upon completion of the class, students who reach the required standard ( Gold Level ) will be obtained  a set of certificate with badge according to their achieved levels from CAHK with expense. Gold Level is qualified to participating in Outreach Coaching Cycling Competitions organized by HKCA. 
  1. Joint School Training - Students with potential in Cycling will be provided continuous and systematic training. Veteran HKCA coaches will train the students at the stated venues. Coaches will assess trainees’ skills regularly. Students with an attendance rate of 80% or above will be awarded attendance certificates by the LCSD as a token of encouragement. 2016-17 Joint Schools Training - Prospectus
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School Sports Programme - Track Cycling 

 Prospectus 

1.  Cycling Trainer Programme  - Cycling trainer is accessible and easily to be set u Student can build up their cycling skills more efficiently through using the cycling trainer to practice full speed training and mock racing.  

2. Track Cycling - Elementary - In  Whitehead Velodrome. Mainly divided into theory courses, field practice sessions and technical tests. Theory lessons will introduce the rules and regulations of venue, basic cycling theory and safety checking (M-shaped checking). Practical lessons mainly teach students starting technique, speed down practice, stopping skill and practice for sprinters line and blue band. Students who pass the skills test can apply for Track Cycling Intermediate I Course and the pass to use Whitehead Velodrome. 


3.  Track Cycling - Intermediate I - In  Whitehead Velodrome. Mainly divided into theory courses, field practice sessions and technical tests. Theory lessons will introduce the run-down of local competition, warm-up technique (including time and method).  Practical lessons mainly teach students riding across obstacles, flying lap, changing position on stayer’s line in a group, staying start, flying start and technique of speed up and slow down. Students who pass the skills test are qualified to apply the Track Cycling Intermediate II Course. 


4.  Track Cycling - Intermediate II - In Hong Kong Velodrome Mainly divided into theory courses, field practice sessions and technical tests. . Theory lessons will introduce the rule and regulation of Hong Kong Velodrome.  Practical lessons mainly teach students riding across obstacles, flying lap, changing position on stayer’s line in a group, practice for individual time trial (500m, 1km, 2km) and mock racing. Students who pass the skills test are qualified to apply the Track Pass of Hong Kong Velodrome. 


School Sports Programme-Bicycle moto cross (BMX) 



1. BMX Sport Demonstration - HKCA coaches to introduce BMX bikes, protective gears and competition events; to perform demonstration of skills; and to lead Play-in sessions for30 students.


2. BMX Sport Demonstration cum Visit HK Jockey Club International BMX Park - HKCA staff to guide the site tour and to introduce the operation and management of the BMX Park to enhance students’knowledge of local sport facility management.


3. Outreach Coaching Programme BMX Non-school team training - Training at school included briefing on protective gears and bike parts and flatland skills training. And, training at the BMX Park included Riding on an obstacle track, technique of crossing obstacles, turning and Mock races.


4. Outreach Coaching Programme BMX School team training - Training at school included Crossing obstacles on parallel pedals, flatland jump, Improvement of riding skills, Track stand competition, Sharp turn drill, obstacle games for paired up players. And, training at the BMX Park included riding on a standard track, technique of crossing obstacles and sharp turning.