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Old 12-04-04, 01:27 PM
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Would you like to attend training camp with pros.?

http://www.velonews.com/news/fea/7266.0.html

Link provided above...Anyone good enough to attend training camp with either the Health Net or Jelly Belly team...No details provided as to costs..One week with either team in "Sunny California' this coming January or February...
WOuld be a highlight of my life, but for me that would be hilarious for all...Anyone consider it...Fill us in on details...Gonna consider this event, anyone.?.Five days of training..Most ammenities included..
You train with Jelly Belly - you are on the home turf of San Diego Bike Forum members..Look for you in Jelly Belly gear..Those colors, You sure won't be missed..Wish I could be there.
Post this in part to inform those who don't subscribe to Velonews..Good luck..Can't imagine what it would cost...I would if I could..
I need seek out training camps for somewhat overweight/over aged riders..Should anyone know of such, please advise.
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I'd do it,

If i was in 5 times better shape.
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I already enrolled in the Top Gun School of Cycling here locally. Classes begin in February.
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Originally Posted by MERTON
they'll probably just sit around and make fun of your wimpy average speed.
Jelly Belly Candies would not approve of mean spirited pros...ANyone attends, I will be jealous..I see Jelly Bellies all the time on some of my favorite trails..They almost seem to train daily about these parts. Would not feel so cheated from some cycling event had I gotten in a tour this year.
As to HealthNet vs. Jelly Bellies...Does not Health Net have a busier schedule?
As much as Cycling is prime about San Diego county, Solvang is special..Less development, great hills, wine country.

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id love to get some pro advice, but I wont be ready for something like that for a couple of years.
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