Meet the 2010 Cyclepaths/Wild Cherries Racing Team
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Cyclepaths/Wild Cherries Racing is back for the third year of racing and bicycle advocacy in 2010. Based out of Truckee, the team is presented by Cyclepaths Bike Shop and Wild Cherries Coffee House.
The team consists of amateur athletes competing in a variety of road and mountain bike racing events and triathlons. Athletes range in age from 20-something to 50-something, and in level of competition from racing categories 4 to 2. Most team members are from Truckee, but the team also includes riders from Reno and the San Francisco Bay Area.
So far in 2010, the team has recorded more than 30 top-10 finishes, including a number of victories. Team members serve as ambassadors for our sponsor companies, with shared beliefs and perspectives. Most importantly, team members serve as advocates for cycling in the community and#8212; teaching mountain biking skills at Northstar, hosting clinics on bike maintenance and safety, helping with local trail building/maintenance, and volunteering to promote bicycle safety and awareness.
The team hosts several informal rides throughout the summer in Truckee and extends an open invitation to anyone who would like to participate. Keep your eyes on the bulletin board at Wild Cherries for a team schedule of rides and races.
The teamand#8217;s headline sponsors, Cyclepaths and Wild Cherries, are staples of Truckee business.
and#8220;CWC Racing is Cyclepathsand#8217; latest effort to create growth opportunities for cycling,and#8221; said Greg Forsyth, Cyclepathsand#8217; owner. and#8220;Through the team and the rides they lead, weand#8217;re providing a platform for bringing the entire cycling community together, from the competitive athlete to the recreational weekender.and#8221;
And, as any cyclist knows, nothing goes together better than cycling and coffee.
and#8220;Many CWC Racing local team rides start and finish at Wild Cherries,and#8221; said owner and former Olympic Alpine skier Kristin Krone. and#8220;Supporting CWC Racing is one way weand#8217;re showing our support of the local athletic community, because providing a venue for social and professional networking in Truckee promotes active lifestyles, education and advocacy, and blends our community.and#8221;
The team maintains a blog, schedule for racing and events, results, sponsor information, links, and photos on the web at http://www.cwcracing.org.
and#8212; Team member Conrad Snover is the author of this weekand#8217;s column. Team members will be writing in this space throughout the season on everything from local and regional cycling news and events, tips on training and bike maintenance, and anything else related to human-powered pedaling on two wheels.
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