Thursday, February 28, 2008

Time Pro Cycling testing camp in May

First, our new uniforms!!!

Now the press release for our sweet camp!

TIME Pro Cycling Offers Huge Opportunity

TIME Pro Cycling has put together a great opportunity for U23 and last year 17-18 men of all ability levels to come together and receive expert-level input into their future cycling careers. Riders will receive valuable physiological testing, the opportunity to establish networks with athletes pursuing similar goals, and the chance to meet informally with the directors of several UCI teams. You will leave this Camp with the knowledge about what it takes to become a career professional and a clear understanding about how to market and present yourself to potential sponsors and teams - and most importantly, the chance to be a stagiaire with TIME Pro Cycling.

The Performance Camp will focus on three areas: Mentorship, Peer Networking, Professional Networking. The TIME Pro Cycling Team will be selecting stagiaires for the 2008 season from this camp - a huge opportunity for any rider looking to get his foot in the door and into the world of professional cycling.

Our three day camp will include: physiological testing at PER4MANCE TRAINING in Charlotte, NC, on the bike physical assessment through two full days of training, and numerous topical discussions from a wide array of knowledge bases: U23 TT Champ and TIME Pro Cycling team member Nick Frey, Nutrition Expert and EP-NO founder John Gamble, Per4Mance Training founder Chad Andrews, as well as Pro Team directors from Toshiba, Jittery Joe's, Rite Aid, HealthNet, Kelly Benefits Strategies/Medifast, and of course TIME Pro Cycling.

The fee for the camp will be $260 per person and include a gift bag, camp activities, testing at PER4MANCE Training, and lodging for Friday and Saturday evenings.

Registration for the camp will open Friday, February 29th 2008 and close on Thursday, April 16th 2008. Attendees will be notified of their acceptance on April 17th 2008.

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