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August 23/07 9:45 am - Cyclo-cross Weekend with Jonathan Page

Posted by Editor on 08/23/07

Cyclo-cross Weekend with Jonathan Page

Herriott Sports Performance and Cascade Bicycle Studio are proud to announce a cyclo-cross weekend with Jonathan Page and Frank McCormack. Jonathan Page is the most successful American cyclo-cross racer in history, solidifying this title with his silver medal performance at the World Championships last season, in addition to his 6 US National Championships. Veteran US cross-racer, Frank McCormack, won the elite US Championship in 1997 at South SeaTac in Seattle and first introduced Jonathan to the sport of cyclo-cross.

The weekend will include a presentation on Friday evening, two 3 hour clinics on Saturday and a fundraiser dinner and silent auction to raise money for Washington State athletes attending the Cyclo-cross World Championships this season. The dinner will be held at Brouwer's Belgian Cafe in Seattle, WA. To the winning bidders at Saturday's auction, Jonathan will hold 2 private cyclo-cross skills clinic on Sunday, each 90 minutes in length. Other items up for auction include items from Kona, Ridley, Vermarc USA, Hammer Nutrition, DeFeet, Cascade Bicycle Studio, and Herriott Sports Performance, including a Kona Rad Jake frame!

Schedule of Events

Friday, Sept 28th 7-9:00pm Presentation, "meet and greet."
Cascade Bicycle Studio 473 N. 36th St, Unit C. Seattle, WA

Saturday, Sept 29th 8:30-11:30, 12:30-3:30 cyclo-cross Skills Clinic
Marymoor Park 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond, WA

Saturday, Sept 29th 6-9:00 Fundraiser dinner and silent auction
Brouwer's Belgian Cafe. 400 N. 35th St, Seattle, WA

Sunday, Sept 30th 8-9:30 Private lesson from Jonathan Page** (Auction price)

Sunday, Sept 30th 9:30-11:00 Private lesson from Jonathan Page** (Auction price)
Woodland Park, W. Greenlake Way, Seattle, WA


For more info: or 206-306-5899.


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