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Friday Roundup: Cycling Odds & Ends

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  • Trek kicks off Women’s Expert Tech Course in Waterloo – This past week 11 women bike techs, along with industry partners SRAM, Shimano, RockShox, Bosch, and Fox, all came to gether with the Trek Certified Service team at their global HQ in Wisconsin for their first Women’s Expert Tech course. The six-day, scholarship-funded program is the third in a series of women’s-focused courses designed to provide growth opportunities and increase diversity within the cycling industry, with each of them heading back to their home shops with new Expert Technician certifications. TrekBikes.com



  • Luxury tour outfit DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co. adds destinations to Greece, Peru & Corsica in 2017 – Pedal an idyllic approach to the Greek Islands, with a yacht+bike tour, riding up volcanic passes and sailing past sleepy fishing villages. The new Sacred Valley & Machu Picchu tour does a bit of multi-sport experience hiking as well as biking. Or hit up Corsica for stunning scenery and car-free cols. Duvine.com



  • Snatch up one of Ellsworth’s 2016 Demo bikes – It’s that time of year when demo fleets get updated with new 2017 models. Ellsworth is selling off the remains of their 2016 fleet. All bikes have been maintained throughout the year and have now been cleaned, tuned, and are ready to ride. Demo bike sales are to the US only, and include shipping. Hurry they won’t last long. EllsworthBikes.com
  • Recover with Fluid in Mint Chocolate for a limited time – Fluid Recovery’s post exercise Protein+Glutamine drink has just added a new flavor called mint chocolate mountain. They seemed pretty psyched about the new flavor to help recovery and repair of your muscles after hard training, but it is only being made in a small batch so get it now if that sounds good to you. LiveFluid.com



  • Yoga for Cyclists now in the Sufferfest App – The Minions of Sufferlandria have finally added the ‘Yoga for Cyclists’ suite of 20 videos to their Training Centre App. Specifically designed to increase strength, flexibility and agility, reduce injury, and speed recovery on the bike the Yoga sessions are quick easy ways to drop something different into your repetitive training schedule. Find them in the ‘videos’ section of the app. TheSufferfest.com
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7 years ago

Kelly V.!!! -great mechanic!

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