Posted by Editor on 11/5/98
Calling all Mountain Bike Coaches
CCSD National Cycling Centre Presents NCCP Level One Mountain Bike Technical Course - November 21-22 9:00 AM-5:00 PM each day.
CCSD Boardroom, Saanich Commonwealth Place, and on the trails Instructor, National Team Coach, Steve Lund.
This Course covers all the basics on how to effectively teach Mountain Bike skills to entry level rides and help them get in to racing. You donÃ¢â‚¬Å¡t have to be an expert rider to be a good coach, but basic MTB skills and enthusiasm are required.
Course limit is 12, register early!
More info, call Steve Lund, (250) 744-1385
Registration (by mail or fax by November 18)
CCSD National Cycling Centre Presents NCCP Coaching Courses
Mountain Bike Level One Technical
Cost $ 75
Mountain Bike Level Two Technical
January 16-17, 1999
Cost $ 75
Road Level One Technical
Cost $ 60
Road Level Two Technical
Cost $ 75
Training Level Two, all disciplines
This is a new level two course to be held January 30-31, 1999 focusing on training theory and methods for all cycling disciplines.
For more information or to register please call Steve Lund at (250) 744-1385
Instructor for all courses is Steve Lund, CCSD National Cycling Centre Assistant Coach
Coach, Canadian Team, 1998 Commonwealth Games,
Coach, Canadian National Team, 1998 Victoria Track World Cup,
Coach, Canadian National Team, 1998 Hewlett-Packard WomenÃ¢â‚¬Å¡s Challenge,
Coach to numerous National Team road, track and MTB athletes.
Contributing author NCCP MTB Level One Technical Manual and Program
Author NCCP MTB Level Two Technical Manual and Program
We are back from Chicago and the final trade show of the year. Expect over the next few days to get the report from our Trek factory visit. We have also begun to catch up on the Classifieds that have come in over the last week - 50 plus! About half of them went up today, the rest will be updated tomorrow. One tidbit of news that can't wait: Trek will be fielding a Canadian squad for 1999 (mountain bike). It will have a sizable budget and will be co-sponsored by Volkswagen.
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