Training sessions.........(riding)



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  • motousa

Posted May 02, 2002 - 04:59 PM

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Hey guys, this summer I am interested in starting a little coaching/training program here in Colorado. I would be available to help during the week (race on the weekends :) ). I was just wondering if there would be any interest from the TT riders in CO and what an acceptable rate per hour would be. If any one is interested I am thinking about doing the first session for free just to see if you like it. If you have children who are interested I am ready for that, kids are great. Feedback will be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

Okay, just to clarify, this is NOT SPAM!! I was just seeing if there would be any interest out there, and TT is always a good medium to present questions....also, it would NOT be "fitness" training at a gym, we are talking about pounding laps at a moto track here! :D

[ May 02, 2002: Message edited by: motousa ]

[ May 03, 2002: Message edited by: motousa ]





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