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2015 Intro to Road Racing Clinic

  Intro to Road Racing Clinic

Presented by Artemis Racing October 31 and November 1, 2015

Artemis Intro to Road Racing Clinic

Have you ever thought about giving bike racing a try, but are not quite sure how to do it? What makes racing different from fast, hard group rides? Do other people ask you if you "race”? Or maybe you just want to be a more proficient and skillful rider.

This clinic is aimed at the athletic/competitive-minded road bike rider who hasn’t raced before and wants to give it a try or is very new to racing and needs additional information. We will cover the basics of racing, as well as training for racing, specific skills needed to navigate the peloton effectively and efficiently, and the special skills needed for the different road race disciplines – Road Race, Time Trial, and Criterium.

You will leave equipped with the knowledge of what to expect so that you are confident and fully-prepared on race day.

*Completion of both days counts toward upgrade for novice women and men.*

When:October 31- November 1, 2015
Details:Saturday, 31 October; 9am – 2pm – Classroom instruction
Sligo-Dennis Avenue Park Activity Building 10200 Sligo Creek Parkway
Silver Spring, MD 20902

Sunday, 1 November 930am – 1pm – On-the-bike skills and drills (helmet required)
Rock Creek Park Tennis Center
Intersection of Morrow Drive and 16 Street NW (park in tennis center lot) Washington, DC 20011
Meet at 9:30; On the bike at 10am
Cost:$75 (Includes breakfast, lunch, snacks and learning materials)
$50 for Day 1 only
$25 for Day 2 only (includes snacks/beverages)
 
Registration:Online registration only via USACycling.org by 29 October (no mail-in/day-of registration)

Registration is open now at usacycling.org


 
7th Annual Dawg Days of Summer Circuit Race

  Artemis Racing and district Velocity Racing Present the 7th Annual Dawg Days of Summer Circuit Race

7th Annual Dawg Days of Summer Circuit RaceOn August 16, 2015 Artemis Racing and district Velocity Racing proudly present the 7th Annual Dawg Days of Summer Circuit Race at the Science and Technology Center in Bowie Maryland.

New this year are Junior fields for 9/10, 11/12 and 13/14 year old girls and boys.

Also new this year is a Women's Cat 3/4 race providing all cat 3 and 4 women with an extra chance to race.

Registration is open now at usacycling.org

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Bunny Hop 2015

  Artemis Racing Presents the 15th Annual Bunny Hop

15th Annual Bunny HopMay 3rd Artemis Racing proudly presents the 15th Annual Bunny Hop in Suitland Maryland. As always, there will be BONUS merchandise prizes to the top 3 first time racers (new/1-day license) for the Women Cat 4. The Course is a 1 km lap, wide open 3 corner crit. Free lap with Neutral Support provided by Artemis sponsor Bicycle Pro Shop & wheels in/wheels out.

Registration opens soon on usacycling.org

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Are Your at Risk of Over-training?
Are You at Risk of Over-training?
Athletes in certain endurance sports are at risk of certain types of overuse injuries, but these injuries are not the only problems that can develop as a result of a heavy training schedule. Over-training is itself a common problem for people in endurance sports, but it's not always one that's easy to recognize. If you have an event coming up it's tempting to train as hard as you can to avoid the possibility of under-training, but the problem is, over-training can actually be even more detrimental to your performance on event day.
 
It's impossible to prevent injuries altogether, but in cycling, as in all sports, there's a lot you can do to minimize the risk. Cyclists do have an increased risk of certain types of overuse injuries—such as Achilles or patellar tendonitis, and neck or back pain, for example—as well as other problems, like wrist or forearm pain, that can result from improper cycling posture. These types of injuries are definitely a risk, but they're not the same thing as over-training syndrome, which is a collection of symptoms that develop in response to a too-heavy training schedule. As well as over-training syndrome itself, people who exercise heavily are also at risk of developing a related disorder called exercise addiction. The symptoms of this disorder are similar to those of over-training, although in each case the reasons why people over-exercise are quite different. In general over-training is much more common than exercise addiction, and while addictive behavior is compulsive in nature, over-training is usually the result of having unrealistic ideas of what a good training schedule looks like. Alternatively, people who feel unprepared for an event may respond by over-training.
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