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Stages Cycling University is proud to announce its support for the Roadless Ride to benefit Brent’s Place on Friday, October 13th, 2017 at Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club in Greenwood Village Colorado.
Join Stages Master Educators Pam Benchley, Marina Mitchell and Dennis Mellon for their Master Classes or ride with any of the other amazing instructors at Greenwood Athletic Club to support the kids of Brent’s Place.
Brent’s Place is a living facility for families with children who are receiving treatments for cancer, bone marrow or organ transplants in the Denver area. Brent’s Place provides a pristine living environment for children whose immune systems are severely compromised due to these treatments or surgeries. The Roadless Ride is a fundraiser held annually at Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club that consists of 12 one-hour Indoor Cycling classes where participants donate to ride in each class.
Reserve your bike here!
Dennis will be teaching at 8:00 am
Pam and Marina will be teaching at 3:00 pm
Dennis, Pam, and Marina will be teaching at 4:00 pm
In addition to supporting the kids of Brent’s Place, Stages Cycling University will be offering the largest certification event in its history on Saturday, October 14th also at Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club. Join Pam, Marina, and Dennis for Stages Cycling University’s Instructor Essentials Course.
This workshop will help you get acquainted with your new Stages® bikes and power meters in this action-packed, fun-filled workshop! Learn how the simplicity of the bike, innovative features like the SprintShift™, and the information displayed on the console can elevate you, the instructor, from ‘good’ to Rock Star status!
Add simple metrics and watch as your classes engage in powerful new experiences. Walk away with tips you can implement tomorrow, as well as continued resources that you can dig into long-term to keep your classes full and your ideas fresh!
Know what’s up before you show up, by taking our mobile optimized pre-training modules and assessment – an industry first! Then use the SCU app during the live training to immediately dig into the good stuff. Explore our intuitive power console, and learn to interpret the data – all while riding the only indoor bike with a power meter chosen by Tour De France cyclists for its accurate and consistent feedback. Experience the future of indoor cycling for yourself and learn what it means to say #weknowpower.
Use the discount code roadlessrider17, at checkout, to receive our Roadless Ride discount of 20% off the cost of the Instructor Essentials Course. Since Stages Indoor Cycling believes so powerfully in supporting the kids of Brent’s Place, we will donate $70 to the Roadless Ride for every instructor that uses this code.
The SCU App available only to course participants
• Includes an ever-expanding library of Simple Sets, playlists, and screencasts.
• Optimized for any mobile device, tablet or desktop
• Our always-current manual lives in the SCU app. Letting you know any time there’s an update to the content, so you always have the latest from Stages.
This training is open to the public!
So you bought a power meter; now what do you do with it? Stages Cycling hopes its new Dash computer and corresponding Link software will answer this question on a daily basis for riders who want to improve.
While many cycling computers are increasingly focused on GPS-related elements, such as navigation or Strava Live, the new Stages Dash has a myopic focus on training with power.
Although it has GPS, Stages Dash is not a direct competitor to the top-end Garmin Edge computers; its closest comparison would be SRM’s PC8, the training tool found on many pros’ handlebars.
When tied in with the Stages Link software, the Dash delivers specific workout instructions, with a spartan but customizable presentation.
The Dash is the first head unit computer from Stages Cycling, which launched its left-crank power meter in 2012.
Read More at Stages Dash cycling computer review @BikeRadar