Women’s Cycling Clinics

Women’s Cycling Clinic – Our Women’s road cycling clinic is just around the corner. We’re geared up to instruct everyone from the recreational rider to the racer. We’ll cover everything from basic bike maintenance to skills that will build your confidence on the bike and increase your efficiency on the road. As a special bonus, those participating in the racing group will be instructed by Wayne Simon, a US Master’s Road National champion. The event will be held at the Highland Park High School and in case of inclement weather, the event will be held inside on the indoor track. For details or to register for the event click here

Women’s Track Clinic – If you’re even a little curious about riding a fixed gear bike or racing at the velodrome, attend this women’s only event. You’ll learn everything from what makes a track bike different from a road bike to riding on the track and even practice a few races. Don’t have a track bike? No worries, you can borrow one from Turin Bicycles or George Garner Cyclery. For details on the event or to register click here


We’ll have a variety of rides, including several women’s rides starting soon from Higher Gear.  For now, join me for a little speed on the Judson ride. The ride starts at 7:30AM, both Saturday and Sunday. There’s an option for a 60 or 70 mile loop which will average 20+mph.  Meet at the Starbucks on Dempster in Evanston.


Kenosha Spring Training Criterium Series. The final race in this spring series is on Sunday. To check the race schedule click here.

Gaper’s Block Crit Series. There’ll be a whole-lot of racing next week. Head out to catch some or all of the action. For race details click here.

Burnham Racing Spring Super Crit. Start your engines, or is that clip in your pedals? Experience the thrill of racing on an automobile track and head out to Blackhawk Farms for the Spring Super Crit. For information on the races click here

John Frasier 10 Mile TT– The first outdoor time trial of the season is Sunday, April 1. Get out the aero equipment and get ready to set the bar for the outdoor season. For details on the race click here

Get out and enjoy this great weather!


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