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iDMS Round FIVE | Online Entry Closes at Midnight.

The 2014 iDMS will close out with a bang with round FIVE at Carrick on the 27th & 28th of September and to make it even more worth while, were offering double points for the win!
Online entry closes for Round FIVE, Wednesday, the 24th of Sept at midnight!

You can check out who’s entered HERE

If you don’t see your name on the list, you can check and see if there is part of your registration to be competed HERE or contact IrishDownhill@Gmail.com to query your entry.

Carrick, Co. Wicklow | 27th + 28th of SeptemberENTER NOW

Carrick has been host to some great racing from a variety of host clubs. It is held high as one of the best courses in the country and should prove a fantastic venue to close out the series.

Timing will be Tag Heuer live timing, provided by Voilla Timing.

Medical cover in the form of ambulance on both days and an advanced roaming paramedic.

Catering will be available both days! Ulla & Kurt, aka “The Germans”, will be on site filling us with some of the best food you will find at any race along with fresh coffee, teas, soup.

On-the-day entries will be accepted but there will be a €10 surcharge so make sure you get entered before hand.

You must have your number board from the iDMS rounds, if you have competed already this year. Failure will result in needing a replacement board at a cost of €10.
New entries get a number board when signing on. The BLUE national championship number boards will not be accepted.
Your number MUST be legible, if your board’s numbers are not legible please speak to a member of the race organisers team.

Practicing the course prior to the event will lead to your disqualification if you are caught! There will be no bending of this rule. The venue at Carrick depends heavily on the kindness of the local residents, we must respect their privacy in the lead up to the event.

Online entry will close, Wednesday, the 24th of Sept at midnight.

Carrick, Co. Wicklow | 27th + 28th of SeptemberENTER NOW

Two of the local Glenealy lads – Rory O’Kelly and Roy Kenny – put this together for us. They have assured us they did not peek once and weren’t practicing the course.

That’s a joke, obviously, the guys at GravityBC.com asked them nicely to make this video for us!

Shedule:

Saturday

08:30 – 13:00 Race registration.
09:30 Open practice for all riders.
16:00 Course Closed.
16:05 Riders’ meeting. (at organisers discretion)

Sunday

08:30 – 13:00 Race registration.
09:00 Open practice for all.
11:00 Timed seeding run followed by one timed race run.
17:30 Last Elite racer down.
17:45 Podium

Location:
https://goo.gl/maps/UJbvs

Carrick, Co. Wicklow | 27th + 28th of SeptemberENTER NOW

Gearing UP Off-Road | Instructor Course

The next Gearing Up Off-Road Instructor Course is been run this weekend the 20th/21st of September. Limited places left.

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GEARING UP OFF-ROAD INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

The Gearing Up Off-Road instructor training is of two days duration.  Day 1, focuses on each of the sessions with time being spent on basic mountain biking techniques. The morning of Day 2 will provide the candidates with the opportunity to deliver a Gearing Up session to their course colleagues.  Candidates who do not hold a Mountain Bike leadership award will gain some basic leadership skills on the afternoon of Day 2.

The intention is to provide a basis for a limited range of leadership in a restricted location that has been previously risk assessed. This experiential section of the course is not intended as a substitute for a recognised Mountain Bike leadership award. The intention is to allow Gearing Up Instructors to include a ride as a part of each Gearing Up sessions.

On satisfactory completion of the Gearing Up instructors course, candidates will be able to operate as a Gearing Up Off-Road Provider running the Gearing Up Off-Road Programme and complete any administrative functions associated with the programme.

GEARING UP OFF-ROAD PRE-ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Individuals wishing to deliver the Gearing Up Off-Road Programme are required to hold a Cycling Ireland coaching qualification or a Mountain Biking Leadership qualification prior to attending training.
Where an individual attends and passes the Gearing Up Off-Road course with only a foundation coaching qualification they will be qualified to deliver the programme but only with a qualified Gearing Up Instructor who has a Level One or Leadership qualification. Therefore they can only Instruct on their own on completion of the Level One or Cycling Ireland Trail Cycle Leader course.

Individuals will be required to complete the Gearing Up Off-Road Instructors Course. This course consists of two days (16 hours) training. Upon successful completion of training and approval by Gearing Up Off-Road Tutor individuals will be qualified to deliver the Gearing Up Off-Road Programme.

Updated DH Series Standings

Following a few amendments, here are the standings for iDMS 2014.

Have a look and see how you are doing and what you need to do to steal the win! Or make sure you have a comfortable margin.

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Download the PDF file .

The 2014 iDMS will close out with a bang with round FIVE at Carrick on the 27th & 28th of September and to make it even more worth while, were offering double points for the final round!

Get yourself entered today!

You can check out who’s entered HERE
If you don’t see your name on the list, you can check and see if there is part of your registration to be competed HERE or contact irishdownhill@gmail.com to query your entry.

keep checking the CRCiDMS Website for more info.