BUC 2009 - british unicycle convention

BUC 2009 - british unicycle convention

Post by sarah.mille » Wed, 26 Nov 2008 07:04:00


BUC 2009 website is now up and runnning at
www.unicycle.org.uk/buc16

With details of where ,when and how you can help. If you are able to
help out with any of the volunteer roles or have  other skills you can
offer please contact us at

Any ideas for a logo also welcome at that address,should be one colour
on green and contain a unicycle and maybe something  Devon related.

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Post by sarah.mille » Fri, 16 Jan 2009 06:33:03

BUC 2009 website has been up-dated. Now has  some details about the
events and competitions that will happen during the weekend. The
volunteers page has some  job descriptions for roles that need filling,
if you are able to help out with any of them please let us know on here
or by e-mail.
We are getting closer to having details agreed for the weekend and
still  hope to open pre reg in Feb.

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Post by Eddbmxdud » Fri, 16 Jan 2009 07:47:11

Hi Sarah,

Im a little worried about the really strict rules RE: protection in the
trials competition. I can understand the importance of wearing a helmet
and perhaps shin pads, but I think the rule about having gloves and
wrist guards is really un-nessasary. I don't ride with or own a set of
gloves or wrist guards and don't intend on buying some just to use for
BUC.
Do we really have to wear all that stuff on the list?

On another note, thanks for taking on the huge task of organising a
BUC. I think the logo with an umbrella is very relevant to BUC, haha!

Thanks,
Edd

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Post by rob.northcot » Fri, 16 Jan 2009 18:31:38

<fairly pointless post just to get me subscribed to the thread>

Thanks for the updates Sarah.  BTW, the link under the logo isn't
working (missed the quote after the URL)

I'm still trying to organise permission for us to hold a road race, but
it's not looking hopeful at the moment.  I've got one more chance (the
local police), but if that fails then we'll just have to have a
non-competetive road ride (and just happen to notice who gets back first
:p)

Rob

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Post by sarah.mille » Sat, 17 Jan 2009 06:18:57

The wearing of  the listed pro is a condition of our insurance and is
in the risk assessments of that event which affect the cost of first aid
cover.  So yes, you will need to wear* gloves or wrist guards as well as
a lid and leg pro to compete in trials or street.

Sarah
You really have NO gloves... don't your hands get cold in winter? beg
and borrow.

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Post by keg » Sat, 17 Jan 2009 08:15:04

Quote:

> The wearing of  the listed pro is a condition of our insurance and is
> in the risk assessments of that event which affect the cost of first aid
> cover.  So yes, you will need to wear* gloves or wrist guards as well as
> a lid and leg pro to compete in trials or street.

> Sarah
> You really have NO gloves... don't your hands get cold in winter? beg
> and borrow.

Other than shin protection in street I'm reasonably sure these
conditions match the IUF rule book, just borrow your mum's gloves :D

Alternatively nearer the time PM me and you can borrow some wrist
guards, if I bring a big wheel then I'd have them with me.

Keith

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Post by annaat » Sat, 17 Jan 2009 17:49:03

Just wondering what time it will be starting onthe Friday? Will I need
to book the day off work?

Cheers

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Post by Adder17 » Sun, 18 Jan 2009 00:21:21

hey,
i am interested in going (whether i will be able to or not)
obviously nearer the time would it be possible for a full timetable of
the times (roughly) and days in which the different events happen?

thanks :-)

by the way i agree that the logo is fitting

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