Cracking the Code: Tim Johnson’s Cyclocross Secrets

Colorado Cyclocross Mini-Camp with Tim Johnson and Pete Webber

Saturday, August 18, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Get ready for your best ‘cross season ever with cyclocross superstar Tim Johnson and Masters World Champion Pete Webber!

- Learn from Tim & Pete’s combined 40 years of professional experience
- Structured curriculum by head coach Pete Webber
- Hands-on instruction to “crack the code” for cyclocross success
- Max ratio of 1 coach per 10 riders

Tim Johnson is one of the most friendly and easy-going guys in the sport. He loves teaching ‘cross and his passion for the sport is contagious. When Tim discusses training and racing, you can’t avoid feeling pumped up and motivated for the season!

Pete Webber has led clinics for years and has developed a well-organized curriculum that packs a lot of instruction into a 1 day mini-camp. Focused on the keys to ‘cross success, Tim & Pete will take you thru a step-by-step process that includes their best tips and tricks. Check out these testimonials about Pete’s coaching.

We’ll end the day with a complete review and you’ll get a take-home handout to remind you of the essential lessons learned and your priorities for improvement.

The only way you’ll learn Tim’s cyclocross secrets is to attend this mini-camp! (Or you could kidnap Tim and torture him, but the camp will be easier.)

Where: Interlocken East Park, Broomfield, CO. Home to the legendary Interlocken race course, this park offers fun terrain and plenty of variety. Address: 272 Interlocken Boulevard, Broomfield, CO 80020

When: Saturday, August 18 – 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Please arrive by 8:30 a.m in order to sign in and get ready to ride.

Who: This camp is best for intermediate & advanced riders with some cyclocross racing experience. If you’ve never done a ‘cross race before, please consider one of Pete’s clinics that is targeted at new riders or attend one the Boulder Cycle Sport Wednesday night clinics. Photo Michael Robson

What: Instruction will include…

The dismount and remount sequence: how to be faster and smoother
Portaging: carrying and shouldering the bike like a pro
Bike handling, ride better and faster
Cornering, learning fast lines and proven techniques
Off-cambers and other tricky terrain
Sandpits, barriers & stairs
Race starts and holding your position
Equipment selection and set up, pro secrets
Tires and tire pressure, the most important part of your bike
Race day preparation, keys to being prepared
Solutions to common mistakes (we all make ‘em)
Stories from Tim’s career in the mud (heckling encouraged)

Registration: Cost $175. Space is limited, register early to save your spot.

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