|January 2, 2011|
|5:00 pm||to||7:00 pm|
Team and Friends
Below are details about the seminar on nutrition I was talking about recently. In addition to this seminar, Larry Nolan will be presenting a brief lecture about being ready to race at the Early Birds.
Team Fremont 2011 members and prospective 2011 members entrance will discounted to $5. The team will reimburse the remainder so your entrance is FREE. I’ll collect names on the night and get the $5 back to you ASAP.
Nutrition Talk with Stacy Sims, PhD.
Race Ready 2011 with Larry Nolan
Benefitting Team Specialized Juniors
Stacy Sims, PhD gives an exciting and meaningful presentation that you will not want to miss. Her work with national and pro cycling teams is cutting edge, yet practical. Arm yourself for the New Year with information and motivation!
Larry Nolan is an Early Bird leader, has over 30 years of racing and coaching experience, and currently manages Team Specialized. He will provide you with tips and tactics that you can use in your next race.
When: January 2, 2011 from 5pm to 7pm
Where: 48989 Milmont Drive, Fremont, CA
Meeting @ Mission Springs Community Church
Cost at the door: $10, discounted to $5 for teammates, Early Bird mentors, U23s and Jrs. Donations are tax deductible so bring your checkbook!
Who: Experienced athletes of all levels.
Questions: Contact Larry at TeamNolan@hotmail.com
We have been collecting and purchasing equipment for member use.
So far we have
2 spare front wheels (1 by Donation by Alex Cortez)
Shimano 9 speed wheel set (donation by Henry Mar)
Shimano 10 speed wheel set (2)
Campagnolo 10 speed wheel set.
All wheels have tyres and tubes, rear wheels with appropriate cassettes.
2 trainers, Fluid (long term loans from Mike Zuerlein and Garry Birch)
Rollers (long term loan by Garry Birch)
Aero bars. 3 different styles (long term loans by Bastian Sopora and Garry Birch)
Pedals (Look, old style) donations by Mile Baxter
Bike bag (long term donation by Fernando Colmenares)
and at Team Target events and on other suitable team occasions, we have the TTE box, which contains gels, Clif bars, first aid kit, tools, spare tubes, snacks (Thomas’s favorite), activity drink mix, recovery drink mix, spare sun shades, chamois cream, sun block, garbage bags, wet wipes, chain lube, CO2 caninsters.
And 6 collapsible chairs, two collapsible tables, Chipotle banner, 10×10 canopy.
And we have plans to improve and increase the number of items.
|June 3, 2010|
|7:30 pm||to||9:01 pm|
I am proposing a one evening change in the schedule.
The TNT scheduled for June Thursday 3rd is canceled.
The reasons for this is that the program for the club general meeting that night is about the application of first aid to cycling injuries. I think that it is absolutely essential that we all have some basic first aid knowledge, and this 45 minute lecture will go a little way to making us all feel a little more confident in dealing with the inevitable injuries that happen to active people, especially in cycling.
The lecture is being given by:
I am also in the process of getting some team members who have experience in dealing with the follow up treatments they have found to be useful to provide there insights. And hopefully, Jacon Chun of ESPT, one of our sponsors will be able to chime in with a few words as well, regarding post injury physical therapies.
The general FFBC club meeting is held on the first Thursday of the month at the Silliman Activity Center, Newark, at the far western end of Mowry Blvd.
6800 Mowry Boulevard
Newark, CA 94560
The general club meeting commences at 19:30 and the lecture will start at 20:15
Race Team President
Merry Christmas Everyone
Looking forward to 2010, I am hoping the Fremont Race Team has a great year, and our members strive to achieve whatever goals they may have set for them selves.
With that thought in mind, i wanted to remind all members who intend to race, both experienced and newbies, that the Early Bird series of events right here in Fremont are an amazing resource.
These events are on the first 5 Sundays of year, commencing January 3rd, 2010.
This series of events are designed to be progressive, where skills learned or practiced are built upon in following weeks, in a way that hopefuuly will produce athletes with a good understanding of the dynamics of riding and racing, and their responsibilities to your fellow athletes around you.
These events are USAC sanctioned, and you will require either a USAC one day license or USAC annual license. Your annual license can either be purchased on-line (the best and safest way), or at the event registration. The annual license costs $60. A 1 day license is $10.
Please visit here for an annual license purchase.
The club name is Fremont Freewheelers
The race team name is “Team Fremont / FFBC powered by Chipotle”
There is also an event fee of $15 each week. When you consider the high quality mentoring you will receive, this is a bargain.
Please visit the following for the days schedule
Anyway, i hope to see you out there, and remember, SMILE.