For many riders, cyclocross season is less than 90 days away. And with that comes thoughts of race schedules, gear and training, including cyclocross clinics.
Reigning US Cyclocross National Champion Jeremy Powers, who we spoke with recently, is putting on a clinic in early July in Pennsylvania. Proceeds from the event benefit Cadence Youth Cycling, a Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia program. The clinic is already half way sold out.
You can get more details on the clinic in the press release, below.
Exclusive Cyclocross Clinic with US Champion Jeremy Powers
US Cyclocross National Champion and top ranked American cyclist Jeremy Powers is leading a cyclocross clinic Saturday, July 9, to benefit Cadence Youth Cycling, a Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia program.
The event is hosted by the Bicycle Coalition for Greater Philadelphia and is presented by Piscitello Law.
Led by Jeremy Powers, with assistance from Dan Chabanov of Pointway Performance, the non-competitive clinic will cover skills such as dismounts, remounting, race starts, handling and include race simulations.
The clinic will take place at Sly Fox Brewery and Tastin’ Room at 331 Circle of Progress Drive Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464 and be held from 9am to 5pm, with lunch, snacks and drinks to be provided.
Attendance is limited to 30 people and the cost is $250 USD. All proceeds will benefit Cadence Youth Cycling.
About Cadence Youth Cycling
Cadence Youth Cycling is a program of the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia which fosters healthy habits, independence and leadership in Philadelphia youth. Students from North and West Philadelphia are taught perseverance and goal-setting through the sport of competitive cycling.
About Jeremy Powers
Jeremy Powers is a four time cyclocross National Champion but has taken time to give back in the form of the JAM Fund, which gives grants to riders under 25 who show a strong interest and promise in cyclocross. Overtime JAM Fund helps those riders become part of cyclocross programs that help them further hone their skills as riders. One JAM Fund rider recently joined a professional team!