Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 09:30 AM

Targeting and Training for a Cycling Event

Boston University Fit Rec Center
915 COMMONWEALTH AVE, Boston, MA 02215-1394
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Event Information
Part of the RACE-MANIA line-up of clinics and workshops, this 90-minute workshop led by ex-professional cyclist and head coach at Cycle-Smart, Adam Myerson, will help you learn how to train for a long distance cycling event or better prepare for an entire summer of events.
What you will learn

If you’re new to competitive cycling and want to know how to plan and train for a long distance ride -- or prepare for an entire summer of long rides -- attend this 90 minute clinic and you'll learn:

  • How to plan, measure, and quantify your training for the season
  • How training for the dynamic nature of cycling is different than other endurance sports
  • How to build and peak for an individual event
  • How to improve skills as well as fitness for maximum success

About your instructor
Adam Myerson is an ex-professional cyclist and coach who specializes in criteriums and cyclocross. He is the 2017 Masters 45+ road and cyclocross national champion, and defended his 45+ cyclocross jersey in 2018. He began racing as a junior in 1987, and was a professional for 13 years, racing his final season for the Astellas Professional Cycling Team in 2015.

He is also the founder and president of Cycle-Smart, Inc., President of the New England Cyclocross Series and organizer of the Northampton International Cyclocross (the oldest UCI event in North America).

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