Posted by Editoress on 04/24/12
On Thursday, May 3rd, professional cyclist and Olympic medal hopeful Zach Bell will be hosting a session on how to climb and descend like a professional rider. Geared towards cyclists planning a trip to the big mountains in Europe, an upcoming Centurion event, or riders looking for tips to become the strongest in their riding groups, this clinic will help cyclists of all abilities gain more confidence on their bikes.
Zach Bell races for the professional road team Spidertech, recently won Silver at the Track Cycling World Championships, is a favourite for a medal at the London Olympics, and has raced in the pro peloton all over the world.
Starting at 6 pm in Waterdown, Ontario, 2 hours will be spent on the bike with instruction and feedback, learning the tricks of the trade and gaining insight to becoming a better cyclist. From 8-9 we will be off the bike enjoying tasty snacks and have the opportunity to ask Zach questions about what it's like to be a professional bike racer, one of the best track cyclists in the world, advice on training and racing, and any other cycling topic or questions you may have.
The cost is $100 and will help support one of our favourite Olympic athletes. The group size will be limited and people can register by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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