’Cross Camps and Training In British Columbia
Pacific Cycling Centre Ltd. (PCC) is hosting a cyclocross program in August and September for athletes of all levels, ages and disciplines. The camps and training program will be directed and run by Houshang Amiri, Olympic and elite master coach, along with qualified assistant coaches.
No matter what your level, age or cycling discipline – whether you’re a mountain biker, road or BMX cyclist, or just focusing on cyclocross season – this program will improve your riding and biking skills.
This four-week program is suitable for anyone new to cyclocross, and for experienced cyclocross athletes. Our program will help you learn or fine-tune your skills and techniques before your first race. The camps will introduce you to and improve a range of essential skills for cyclocross racing such as:
- Safety and bike set-up
- Techniques for quickly dismounting and remounting the cyclocross bike
- Running with the bike
- Jumping over obstacles
- Riding over obstacles
- Carrying the bike
- Cornering, climbing, descending and accelerating
Cyclocross is the perfect winter cross-training sport for all cyclists. Many world class mountain bikers and road cyclists train in cyclocross during the fall and winter months. Our cyclocross camps will improve your bike handling and cycling fitness, which translates over to any discipline.
The Cyclocross Camps & Training Program runs from August 28th to September 26th and includes a package deal of three camps and a four-week personalized training program based on individual athlete needs plus optional discounted fitness testing. Athletes can also sign up for individual camps that meet their needs
Register by August 15th and receive 10% off!
To register and find out more detail about the program, including camp schedule please visit the Pacific Cycling Center Web site.
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