The next Florida Polytechnic Time Trial is this Sunday! We will have road bike men/women starting at ~8:30am and TT bike men/women starting at 9:30am. We also have team time trial options and categories for any rider classification. With the State Time Trial coming up in two weeks from this Sunday, we will have the same eddy Merckx rules apply for riders which is only a wheel rim depth increase from 60 to 80mm. Come on out for a morning of time trial action on one of the best courses in Florida🌞 Register here below:
We will also be having a special cycling kit sale for the remaining original blue @perezluhacoaching kits. Full Kits are $100, Bibs $55, Jerseys $50, Speedsuits $110, skinsuits, $125. Here are the sizes we have left:
- M (bib only)
- L (bib only)
- XL (bib only)
- XS (jersey only)
- XL (jersey only)
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Register here below:
The Florida State Time Trial Championship is coming up May 16th. This year we have the opportunity to get ready for this months in advanced which is why I have the 6-12 week 2021 Florida State Time Trial Championships Training Plan ready for those that want to start training! Since this course is still very fresh from December this past year, we have more tools and advice in the brain to help prepare you for this years event. This training plan will feature specific workouts to prepare you for this years event along with advice for the day of the race. We will have a State TT preparation ride the day before this years event as well. This training plan is specially priced at $25/week or $269 for the entire 11-12 weeks starting tomorrow or next week.
Another way to prepare for this years race will be to come out to the 2021 Florida Polytechnic Time Trial Series in which we have 3 available to race in coming up (March 14, April 11, and May 9).
See more registration details here below for the State TT training plan:
March 14th, 2021 Florida Polytechnic Time Trial Registration:
We have updated the starting times for this Sunday’s Time Trial to have two separate starting groups which prevents too many riders together at once and also gives riders the ability to race in two separate categories in the same day. Please see the update timeline below:
Warm Up and Times:
- 7:00-7:15am: Arrive
- 7:15am: Registration Opens
- 7:15-7:45am: Registration (Registration will be open 7:15-9:00am for time trial bike and recumbent categories)
- 7:45am-8:20am: Structured warm up with Coach including course preview, safety briefing of u-turns, warm up tips, pacing tips for race, and wind forecast. This is a unique and valued offering that will significantly help participants perform at their best and enjoy the event
- 8:30am: Racing (Wave 1) begins with the following categories in this order:
- 15-Kilometer racers (start at u-turn 2)
- Women Road Bike
- Men Road Bike
- 9:10-9:20am: First Set of Results/Podiums/Awards
- 9:30-9:40am: Racing (Wave 2) begins with the following categories in this order:
- Women Time Trial Bike
- Men Time Trial Bike
- 10:20-10:30am: Second Set of Results/Podiums/Awards
- 11:00am: Group Ride Begin (30-50 miles; easy-hard options)
Registration is still open for this camp! Email me directly to sign up today! (Stevenacrossamerica@gmail.com)
Want to take part on a fun and challenging cycling training camp adventure tour to kick off 2021? We just set the dates for the Heartland of Florida Cycling Camp coming back for its 4th year in a row for January 15-17, 2021. Martin Luther King Day will be the next Monday which will give riders and extra day to recover after this epic weekend. This is a 3-day, 2-night all inclusive camp with 310 miles of riding throughout the Heartland of Florida with some of the best cycling roads in the state.
We will ride from Florida Polytechnic University through the quiet farmland southwest towards Sarasota then south to Venice, Florida. We will then ride on the Legacy Bike Trail followed by the bright blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico on Casey Key to conclude the first day of the ride with 127 miles. After a good nights rest with a big authentic Mexican dinner and breakfast buffet, we will ride over to Sebring, Florida through Sweetwater, Florida cutting through some remote undeveloped stretches of Florida and some Pristine gravel which is road bike friendly. On night two we will stay at the historic Inn on the Lakes hotel with a big dinner at the Chicanes Restaurant right at the hotel.
Riders will then get a good nights sleep before departing north through Sebring, Avon Park, Lake Wales, Haines City where riders will ride on and near the famous scenic highway 17 and side streets through rolling hills and orange groves making our way on up back towards Florida Polytechnic University. The final miles of the trip take us on Old Lake Alfred Road which is the beautiful quiet road in Polk County where we hold the Special edition time trial. Riders will then arrive back at Florida Polytechnic University and enjoy a cold beer or Hammer Recoverite before departing.
Mark your calendars and do not miss out on this amazing adventure!