Cycle-Smart Cyclocross Camp Features Pro Racers Adam Myerson and Gabby Day

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New Rapha-Focus member Gabby Day shows a Hup United rider the best lines for cornering on an off-camber. © Cyclocross Magazine

New Rapha-Focus member Gabby Day shows a Hup United rider the best lines for cornering on an off-camber. © Cyclocross Magazine

by Molly Hurford

SOUTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS – New and veteran racers alike were excited to see a new addition to Adam Myerson’s Cycle-Smart Cyclocross Camp when freshly minted Rapha-Focus racer Gabby Day (look for the official team announcement on Friday) showed up to help herd new riders around the trickier bits of the course. Myerson was joined by a host of Cycle-Smart coaches, and the weekend-long clinic had riders practicing everything from starts to corners to barriers, with a new addition of a sand dune section that showed riders the right (and wrong) way to take a sandy section in a race. Stay tuned for a video featuring coach Alec Donahue talking about starts in races coming soon, and for now, check out the gallery of newbie riders learning the ropes.

Adam Myerson shows off his remounting skills after the sandy runup. © Cyclocross Magazine

Adam Myerson shows off his remounting skills after the sandy runup. © Cyclocross Magazine

 

 

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