Whiteman sweeps Juvenile Ladies at TS5

Ashley Whiteman (Sonics) displayed fine form at the end of the TTCF Track Series at the Arima Velodrome on Sunday afternoon after winning the Juvenile Ladies 6 Laps, Elimination and 500m events to pip Adriana Seyjagat (AWCC) for the Juvenile Ladies Track Series crown. Ryan D’Abreau…

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Campbell, Alexander set new Track records

There is an old adage that says that “Records are made to be Broken”. Saturday afternoon at the National Cycling Centre was a true testament to this as Teniel Campbell (PSL) and Quincy Alexander (Team DPS) blazed the indoor boards when the TTCF hosted the 4th of 5 legs in its 2017…

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International cyclists swarm to Easter Grand…

The 2017 Easter Grand Prix seems to be living up to his tagline; Where Speed Meets Paradise with over 50 International Cyclists already confirming their attendance in addition to the 200+ local cyclists gearing up for what is expected to be the largest Easter Grand Prix in recent…

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D’Abreau leads the field at Track Series…

Arima Wheelers’ Ryan D’Abreau was a cut above the rest in the Tinymite Men category as the youngster captured all three events on the program when the third leg of the Track Series pedaled off at the Arima Velodrome. With the use of the National Cycling Centre becoming more and more…

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Bramble shines at Track Series 2

The National Cycling Centre came alive on Saturday afternoon as the TTCF hosted the second leg of the 2017 Track Series at the indoor velodrome. The 3-hour packed session featured Sprint, 500m Time Trial, 2km Individual Pursuit, Elimination and Tempo Race events for the Juvenile Men,…

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2015 Cycling Year in…

In 2015, cyclists from the little twin island nation of Trinidad & Tobago soared to higher heights, capturing an unprecedented thirty-nine (39) medals at all International events competed in. National teams from T&T were represented at a total of fourteen (14) UCI sanctioned events spanning the entire twelve (12) months of 2015 from the Milton International Challenge…

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National Cycling Center

With ground works beginning in 2012, the National Cycling Centre situated in Balmain, Couva (just north of the Ato Boldon Stadium) will be the first ever indoor cycling velodrome in the Caribbean. Furthermore, the NCC will also be certified as a Category I velodrome, allowing it to host major International cycling events inclusive of the Olympic Games and…

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