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Cycling Clinic With Julia Violich (Climbing, Descending, Cornering)
Sunday, May 18, 2014, 9:00 AM
** please park on Paradise Drive (1st right after the shop) **
13 San Clemente Drive
Training - Bike
GGTC bike skills clinic hosted by local cycling coach and professional cyclist, Julia Violich.
Registration required. Clinic is limited to 20 cyclists.
This clinic will be focused on developing skills associated with climbing and descending and is open to all levels of cycling abilities. Newer and less experienced riders are highly encouraged to join, however some advanced technique will also be covered so the clinic is fit for all. We will be focusing on improving your comfort and skills levels associated with many aspects of climbing and descending.
The day will start with a pre-ride briefing covering:
Main topics (climbing, descending, cornering, etc),
Areas to focus on during the ride (body position, pedal stroke, gearing, steering, etc)
After the pre-ride discussion the group will start riding. While riding Julia will be providing all participants feedback and tips on how to improve their form and body position.There will also be a number of breaks to re-group and discuss what was learned as well as what to expect in the upcoming portion of the ride.
Expect the distance cover about 15-20 miles, this is not designed to be a "training ride" but a "learning experience." Clinic should last 2.5-3 hours.
Background on the Coach
Julia Violich is a decorated coach and professional cyclist on both the mountain and the road.
Over the last two decades of cycling she has won nationals 5 times and earned a silver medal at the 2008 world championships.
Other accolades include:
Co-founder of top tier women’s pro cycling team TWENTY16 (sent 3 to London Olympics & 2 medals)
13 years of coaching experience in and around the Bay Area
Co-Director of the Bear Development Cycling Team