DATE: March 27, 2007
SOURCE: Downhill Mike Scheur
WILMINGTON, N.Y. – High Peaks Cyclery is hosting two Club Shred mountain bike clinics, featuring experienced pro racers at Whiteface Downhill Park in July.
Each of these two clinics are a three-day mini-camp slated for July 3-5 and July 6-8. Known as Fast Times Training, instructors Mickey Denoncourt and James Ford will lead the clinics. Denoncourt is a semi-pro downhill racer with a degree in Applied Physiology. Ford won the 2006 Whiteface 5K Downhill race as well as many other races in the Northeast. These two pro downhill racers have joined forces to help advanced downhill racers improve their skills and racing techniques.
Club Shred is geared towards the racer who wants to move up a class and is open to all riders wanting to become more comfortable with technical terrain and improve their cycling experience. Fast Times Training will help give riders structure and purpose to their current training program to reach their desired level of performance.
This unique High Peaks Cyclery Club Shred clinic with Fast Times Training will include subjects ranging from how to create a budget for racing, to how-to manage time and physical resources before, during and after a race weekend. The ultimate goal is to make racing less stressful and more enjoyable.
Each clinic includes three nights lodging, three-day lift tickets for Whiteface trail access, three days of personalized professional instruction, bike suspension set-up, video analysis, personalized training and racing strategies, and end of clinic barbeque.
The clinic is $499 per person. Club Shred sign-up and registration may be found at www.highpeakscyclery.com. For more information on Club Shred, please email email@example.com.