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Old 03-27-14, 12:36 PM   #1
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Turning Pro the Phil Giamon Way

I came across a great Podcast interview with Phil Gaimon on Semi-Pro Cycling. He talks about how he went from being a couch potato, to amateur, to pro rider on Garmin-Sharp.

Here is the Link

He also has a book coming out called Pro Cycling on $10 a Day

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Although Phil Gaimon is a professional, I intentionally posted this in the 33 because the content of the podcast is primarily tips and techniques that apply to amateur racing.

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