Drop into the pump track and see how many laps you can do. Back-to-back laps, no rests, no stops, the works.
While this could be a mean feat of endurance, it’ll be about as interesting as watching paint dry so we decided to spice it up a bit and add a competitive edge.
Once you’re halfway round, another rider drops in. Try to catch them, they are after you too!
Do as many laps as you can without getting caught (or your legs dropping off). Simple.
Pick a random numbered peg from the bucket
Riders start in peg number order
Pumping only, no scooting or scuffing. Crank and you’re out!
Stay on the track or you’re out
Once the rider on course hits the halfway flag, next rider drops in
If you are caught (one clear bike length), pull over.
As soon as there’s one rider on track, the next rider lines up and drops in as the preceding rider hits the halfway flag
The winner is the person who clocks up the most laps in their session.
Any tied places will be decided by a one lap pumping race of the whole track. Finish order past the post or furthest round the track determines positions.