January’s Bicycle Lecture Series Begins on Wednesday, January 5
Trek of Pittsburgh’s third Annual Winter Lecture Series begins tomorrow with a presentation from BikePGH’s own Lou Fineberg. Lou will be hosting a bike commuting forum, giving invaluable tips and tricks on what you need to know about commuting by bike in Pittsburgh. He will also be presenting our new publication, the Bike Commuting 101 Guide, so if you haven’t gotten your hands on a copy, this is a great time to do so. There will also be an open discussion and Q&A.
Refreshments and snacks will be provided in this relaxed atmosphere.
Here’s a list of all of the upcoming lectures:
All Lectures are on Wednesday evening at 7PM at Trek’s East Liberty/Shadyside Location and FREE.
- January 6th: Commuting 101: City cycling tips and open-forum from BikePGH. By Lou Fineberg, Program Coordinator, Bike PGH
- January 13th: Mud Sweat & Tires: The skinny wheel and tire choice affects your performance. By Chris Clinton, Bontrager Brand Manager, Trek Bicycle
- January 20th: The Science of VO2 Max: Understanding How to Maximize Your Training. By Bret Goodpaster, PhD. Exercise Physiologist, University of Pittsburgh
- January 27th: Maximum Performance Begins with Maximum Health: Essential Concepts to Ride and Live Longer. By Darin Shriver, D.C., Shriver Chiropractic
You can also follow T.O.P.’s Winter Lecture Series on Facebook too.
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