**Disclosure**I never claimed to be a good videographer.
Here is some bad video of a few Frederick Pedalers trying out the Multi Rider CompuTrainer Class.
Check out the chili pepper lights in the back of the room
Resting in between sessions
Lucas finished first!
Dave Miller reported "What a session! The ladder really stressed all of us and there was an abundant amount of sweat produced during the session. The Kona course itself had a few interesting climbs and one sweet downhill which was really cool. As expected, Lucas came in first finishing this segment in a little over 54 min, avg speed of 21.6. But, several of the cyclists weren’t too far behind.
My overall first impressions are positive. I really liked the multi-rider session and all the stats that the Compu Trainer produces. It definitely was a step up from just using the Spinerval DVDs on my trainer in my basement. Plus having an actual course with a sense of resistence adjustment according to my abilities/physical makeup definitely adds to the realism and ability to gage one’s self."
The "guinea pig" sessions provided very helpful feedback on the CompuTrainers, the facility and the classes. Many thanks to The Tribe for their input.
Over the next two weeks we will be setting up class schedules and arranging for group training sessions for the fall and winter.
For additional information contact Chris Kelley at 301.788.4631 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“Kelley Acres” CompuTrainer Center is owned and operated by Chris and Fred Kelley.
Chris is a USCF Category 1 Cyclist and races for HPC powered by Altarum (www.hpcracing.com). She is also
District Time Trial Champion and Master’s Criterium Champion as well as a USCF Coaching License and Coaches for HPC of Reston (www.hpcoaching.com). Fred is a former frame builder and owned Alpine Cycles. An accomplished cyclist in his own right Fred is also a District Time Trial Champion and has many victories on the road.