Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is a grateful beneficiary of the Tour de Talbot which will be held in Easton, Maryland on October 1st. Whether you have been touched by type 1 diabetes or not, we would like to welcome you to join us for what promises to be a great day. As you will note from the attached flier, the ride is established, well supported and enjoys manageable terrain and great scenery.
We invite committed cyclists to ride 100 miles as well as those who are entering the sport and wish to pursue shorter distances. We will also have a family ride that will leave later. The registration fee is modest but the fundraising potential for this great cause has no limit.
Please consider this ride for yourself, but also do what you can to get the word out to others wishing to spend a Fall day on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Thanks for your attention and please feel free to call or send an email with any questions you may have.
Tad Wood, Executive Director
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation- Maryland Chapter
825 Hammonds Ferry Road Suite H
Linthicum, MD 21090
7th Annual Tour de Talbot
Special for riders who raise over $1,000!
Pasta Dinner on Friday night | Hincapie JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes Race Jersey | Outdoor BBQ with live music Saturday Night for rider & family
Cycle the remarkable Eastern Shore, including the historic waterfront towns of Oxford and St. Michaels and tour through downtown Easton and the farm country of Trappe. This established ride has great support, manage- able terrain and benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Midshore Riverkeeper Conser- vancy.
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011 | 7:30 – Century Ride | 9:30 – 60 & 20 mile Rides Talbot Country Club 6142 Country Club Drive | Easton, MD | 21601 www.talbotcc.com
20, 60 or 100 mile options |$60 Day of Event | Kids under 16 FREE!
Lunch when returning to parking area Cue sheet/map and 2011 T-shirt Route marking and SAG support Rest stops providing food and drink
Eastern Shore Vacation Rentals—(866) 398-2722 Tidewater Inn – (800) 237-8775
Directions: From Rt. 50 East: Turn right on Easton ByPass (322) – make
right onto Oxford Rd/Rt. 333 (5th traffic light). From Rt. 50 West: Turn left on Easton ByPass (322) – make left onto Oxford Rd/Rt. 333 (1st traffic light). Follow across 2 small bridges and turn right on Country Club Rd. TCC is at the end on your left.
To Register: http://www.active.com/cycling/easton- md/tour-de-talbot-2011
To Fundraise: http://jdrfevents.donordrive.com/ event/talbot/
For more information: Contact Serena Houle, JDRF at 410-636-8080 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Ryan Hickey, Easton Cycle and Sports at (410) 822-7433 or email@example.com
Tom Doyle wins two gold metals at the VA Senior Games on May 8, 2011 at West Creek Park in Richmond, Virginia.
There were two cycling events, a 5KTime Trial and a 20K Road Race that he won.
Peaks Coaching Group is pleased Hunter Allen is coming to Richmond for
an updated power workshop January 8th and 9th, 2011.
For those of you who haven’t been training with power, it’s time to
get started now! For those of you new and experienced users, it’s time
to come in for a refresher course and learn the latest power training
techniques, strategies and applications used by the worlds’ top
professional cyclist and coaches.
The event will be held by our cosponsor, Dr. Teresa Stadler at
Commonwealth Sports Medical Center, 4101 Cox Road Suite 301,Glen
Allen, VA 23060, 804-270-7750 Innsbrook in Richmond’s West End.
Enrollment is $80 for one-day and $120 for both days. You’ll find all
the details and registration information at bike reg.com or
If you haven’t gotten a copy of Hunter’s latest book, I would highly
recommend you do so. However, you can get a signed copy at the
workshop! In his new and highly rated book, Training and Racing with a
Power Meter, you’ll find great new detail about workouts, workouts
that occur within the workouts and the logic and the science behind it
all. Lots of brand-new material includes two groundbreaking power
1) fatigue profiling, which is a way of determining how well you
maintain various power levels over time and how to train to improve
and race to win with this new information and
2) quadrant analysis, which will enable you to see the requirements of
your power in a race effort and then how to simulate those same
required efforts in your training.
In 2010 Hunter has traveling all around the world, teaching and
training with his power concepts. He has personally coached Tour de
France participants in top professional and amateur champions. He will
be sharing the latest in his techniques at this workshop.
Saturday is an all day session that includes a working lunch conducted
by one of Richmond’s top nutritionists. If you provide us your power
files in advance, we will look at them in a case study format using WKO
+ v3 analysis software, helping you (and the class) to better
understand your data, your strength and weaknesses as a rider, what
you can do to improve and how and when to peak in your racing season.
There is no additional charge for this analysis, but please contact me
in advance and have your files uploaded to training peaks or
transferred to a jump drive.
There’s also a special triathlete only workshop session on Sunday the
9th. Hunter recently returned from the Hawaii Ironman triathlon and
will be sharing with you his knowledge on how top triathletes use
power in their training and racing to put in winning performances.
(Hunter and his group personally coach numerous triathletes). Numerous
triathletes who have already enrolled signed up for both days (at a
So sign up now, seating is limited. We are fortunate to have Hunter
available for this important session on power training and racing.
Come out and make 2011 your greatest season ever! Feel free to contact
me with any questions. See you there!
This is your friendly reminder that the team party is Friday December 3rd at Conte’s from 7:00pm on.
Caffespresso will be providing drinks and food.
So please RSVP to Felix if you have not already, and YES this party is open to family and friends of CYCOR
CyCor and Conte’s are presenting a seminar on CYCLEOPS on Tuesday, October 19th at Conte’s from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
This is a first of a series of seminars on bikes, bikes accessories, bike fits, training and sports medicine.
Conte’s Broad Street Location
- October 19th 6pm to 8pm
(Exclusive specials that night only on all CYCLEOPS Products!)
** Limited Spaces*** Please RSVP:
POWER VS HEART RATE
PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING WITH POWER
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
CYCLISTS OF ALL LEVELS
ANYONE LOOKING TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING