Fall Cyclocross Clinic Series

 

Fall Cyclocross Clinic Series

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If the idea of ‘cross racing has even so much as crossed your mind, don’t miss out on our FOUR SESSION Cyclocross Clinic Series taught by Tim O’Shea of Pointway Performance at Green Lakes State Park. Don’t have a cross bike and not sure if you’re ready to buy one? Bring a mountain bike! Don’t have a mountain bike? We might be able to help you out. Let us know! Either way, this clinic series will be a great way to improve your bike handling skills OR prep for the upcoming ‘cross season. Suited for beginners and experienced racers alike.
Cost: $50
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Clinic DATES at Green Lakes State Park
Tuesday, August 30th, 6-7:30pm
Tuesday, September 6th, 6-7:30pm
Tuesday, September 13th, 6-7:30pm
Tuesday, September 20th, 6-7:30pm
 
SB Promise: Besides the skills gathered, we can almost guarantee that cyclocross will soon become your favorite cycling discipline and that a cyclocross bike will also become the favored steed in your stable. From the efforts themselves to the camaraderie and atmosphere of the events, the sport has FUN, FUN, FUN written all over it from top to bottom. There isn’t a more versatile bike available…it goes where a mountain bike goes, accepts wider tires and fenders for off-season training and commuting, and can become a road bike with a swap of tire. The list goes on. If you can only have one bike – this is it.
 
Coach Tim O’Shea – Pointway Performance
tim oshea“Hard to get my mind around it because I still think I’m a kid, but I’ve double checked the math . . . 34 years I’ve been at this endurance stuff.  I completed a half marathon in 6th grade and I have not looked back since!  The target of my passion has moved around some (road, mtb, cross, marathons, ultra marathons, triathlons, 24 hour fundraisers) but the one passion that has not waivered even a  bit is coaching!  Coaching has been the most rewarding, from the grade school cross country runners to elite cx racers I have coached over the last decade, it’s crystal clear to me that coaching is a passion that resides deep in my DNA.  I know this because there is one simple litmus test – I care about the results of each athlete I coach more than my own!”  –Tim O’Shea
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