Thursdays Dec 6-Feb 28, 2013: Open Power, Sprinting & Bike Handling Series
Series Runs Thursdays – December 6 to February 28, 2013*
Session Time: 8AM – 11AM*
This is a structured session which will focus on power, sprinting and low speed bike handling skills. Beginners who have completed at least 1 beginner session are welcome to join.This is a three hour session with all riders on the track for most of the session.
If you have a specific workout that you would like to perform during this session, please plan to fit it into the downtime of the scheduled workout.Riders will be broken into groups of 3-4 riders based on your ability. As your ability increases you will be moved up to the next group.
Expect Results! After six months of training you will most likely improve your sprint and should have a road map of how you got there. You will also increase your ability to anticipate the start of a sprint and respond in a short enough time to get a good position during the sprint.
Contact: Robert Ford (email@example.com)
About the Instructor: Robert Ford is a former professional cyclist and raced for the Jamaica National Cycling Team from 1975 to 1983. Robert raced in the Pan American cycling championships in Santo Domingo in 1978, went on to the 1978 Central American and Caribbean Games in Medellin, Columbia. He moved to the US in 1978 to go to school and continued to race for the Jamaican team. Robert then attended the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, Australia and then the pre-Olympic Games in LA in 1983. He raced on the track in San Jose from 1980 through 1986 and won a some of Northern California noteworthy venues as a Cat 1 including Land Park Criterium, Davis Fourth of July Criterium, Hayward Criterium, San Francisco Columbus Day Criterium, Redwood City Criterium, and Santa Cruz Criterium.