• Date
    Thursday July 27, 2017 at 6:00pm MST
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Tucson, Arizona United States
    7090 N Oracle Rd #198
  • Website
  • Registration
    Open Free
Why Coaching and Bike Fitting are Important for Cyclists
Clinic/Camp Details:

Join American Bunnyhop at Bicycle Ranch Tucson for this informative workshop

Why Coaching and Bike Fitting are Important for Cyclists of all Levels

Learn from two of the most respected cycling professionals in the Southwest

COACHING: Jason Tullous • Tenāc Championship Coaching

Jason is the founder and Head Coach of Tenac Championship Coaching. As a USA Cycling Professional Coach, he has been coaching athletes for more than 16 years. He uses a foundation of academic education and professional cycling experience to cultivate his approach. Some topics that will be covered:

*How can coaching improve your performance and reduce your training time?

*Why a training plan will help you exceed your goals?

*The three most critical aspects of training and preparing for a race.

*Preparing for the Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder! Combine grit with experience and take this ride to the limit! Training plans available at


BIKE FITTING: Kurt Rosenquist • Fitworks Cycling Support

With over 3000 professional bike fits, and 30 years experience in the cycling industry, Fitworks Kurt Rosenquist is focused on maximizing your performance, efficiency and comfort, and demystifying form and technique. Some topics that will be covered:

*Bike fitting basics, what to look for from a bike fitting experience.

*How will bike fitting impact my performance?

*How will bike fitting impact stubborn pain and injuries?

*What are top three aspects of Bike Fitting as it relates to a climb like the Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder?


Event Details:

Date: July 27, 2017

Time: 6:00pm - 6:45pm Coaching • 7:00pm - 7:45pm Bike Fitting • Join for one or both!

Location: Bicycle Ranch Tucson • 7090 N. Oracle Rd #198 Tucson, Arizona 85704

**Grinder Event Registration: Register for the Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder and receive a 10% Discount!

**Shop Special: Receive 10% OFF on any product purchase over $10 (Bikes and Computers not included)


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