Monday, February 22, 2010

Time Trial Bootcamp!

Cycle University presents a valuable addition to our curriculum with the inaugural Time Trial Bootcamp February 26th and 28th. Taught by professional cyclist Adrian Hegyvary, this program will cover all aspects of time trialing and short-course triathlon cycling including: training, warm-up technique, course reconnaissance, race tactics, equipment selection, bike fit, as well as a few secrets of the pros.

Students may choose between one or two day courses. Class begins for everyone with a seminar on Friday, February 26th from 6-9pm at the Sandpoint location. This first session is indoors and will focus on the “conceptual” aspects of time trialing, with bike time limited only to fit optimization. Cost for just the seminar is $60.

Sunday’s class takes place at the Frostbite Time Trial on February 28th and offers students a chance to apply their skills in a practical environment. We will spend significant time on the bikes and get a chance to prepare, race, and evaluate performances together. Class begins on site at 7:30am and ends approximately one hour following the last rider’s finish; allow the whole morning. Cost for the whole bootcamp is $140, not including race entry; enrollment is limited to 15, please register early to guarantee a spot:

Adrian Hegyvary is a time trial specialist with the top-ranked UnitedHealthcare pro cycling team presented by Maxxis. He was a silver medalist at the 2009 Elite National TT Championships and holds numerous course records on time trials throughout the Northwest.