The Oakley Hyde Park and Central City Clusters will be sponsoring a panel discussion on Friday March 6th at 7 pm at Oakley Cycles entitled….Get Ready to Ride….Here’s the corrected announcement that appeared in the newsletter
Get Ready To Ride 2009
Has “Next Year” always been your best cycling year? Why not make it this year instead? The CCC ‘s Oakley-Hyde Park and Central City Clusters are organizing a panel discussion on Friday March 6th at 7 pm that will help you to make ‘09 your best year ever and show you how you can improve every year. The event will be held at Oakley Cycles on Madison rd. in Oakley.
Topics will include:
Something Old, Something New: Clothing and the Cyclist
Base Miles Do Expire*: How to Plan, Schedule and Prepare for Your Peak Rides using Training and Periodization
Old Man Rider, He Just Keeps Rollin’ Along: Training and Recovery Strategies for Maximum Benefit in Older Riders
You Are What You Eat: Nutrition Before, During and After rides: What are the formulae for success and where can you can buy , or make what you need.
Where Does It Hurt and What You can do to Stop It: Physical Therapy, Bike related problems and solutions
An Ounce of Prevention: Stretching and off bike conditioning exercises
You Know you’re Addicted to Cycling When…..10 Best Group Ride Cycling Jokes
I’m Not Dead Yet: The Top 10 Reasons Why even Experienced Riders should take a Road 1 Course
7 Easy Pieces: What to check and maintain on your bike the night before a long ride and how to do it.
Panelists will include Experienced Riders and Professionals who are also riders. The emphasis will be on recreational riders, not racers. In fact New Riders will likely get the most benefit. The discussion will be low key and conversational and light snacks and munchies will be provided. Afterwards participants should plan to adjourn en mass to a very nearby local pub for some well-deserved victuals and libations and to continue the discussion (not included in program).
Cost will be $3 for CCC Members and $7 for others…to defray costs of food. All speakers are volunteers.
Please contact Glenn at 513-236-3433 or by email Glenn.Talaska@uc.edu to let us know if you are attending so we can plan for food. Please bring a folding chair if you have one.
* A Big Dave Saying