Friday, April 10, 5.30 pm – Team Two Wheel “Shop Ride” – We will start at Two Wheel Transit at 5.30 pm and ride the Riverside State Park/Seven Mile Bride loop. No drop, casual pace (at least at the back). Rumors about a beer afterwards.
Sunday, April 12, 1 pm – Pedals2People Fundraiser – Come watch Paris-Roubaix at the Steam Plant Grill, party starts at 1 pm, Paris-Roubaix coverage on all tv’s starts at 2 pm. $2 suggested donation to P2P; Steam Plant Grill will make a donation to Pedals2People for each pint of beer or entrée, all ages welcome. http://www.pedals2people.org/paris-roubaix09.pdf
Next Friday, April 17, 6.30 pm – Team Two Wheel “Pro Night” – Kit Vogel, bike fitter extraordinaire, will give a presentation and demonstration on some of the basics of bike fitting and why it’s important. If you think the “guy at the bike shop” can fit your bike, you will be blown away by the lasers and knowledge that Kit brings to the subject. Here is Kit’s education background and a link to her business: http://www.bikefit.com/about.php#BioKit; Director of Education, Bike Fit Systems, LLC, Doctorate in Physical Therapy, University of Southern California, Masters of Science in Biomechanics/Human Movement & Performance, Teaches clinically-based bike fitting classes to physical therapists/clinicians throughout the country (16-18 CEUs/class), Guest lecturer for University of Washington Physical Therapy Program.
Questions, e-mail me at TTWRider3@gmail.com.