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ENHANCE YOUR PERFORMANCE


Take a seat at the Jaguar Performance Theatre for some trackside tips from the cream of the crop of British cycling’s experts and riders


At The London Bike Show we’re all about performance – how to improve it, who’s got it and how to maintain it. So come along to the Jaguar Performance Theatre where a host of experts on sports science, nutrition and maintenance, as well as Team GB riders, will be joining us. You’ll have the chance to quiz riders from all walks of cycling, including the team launches of, among others, the hotly anticipated Team Madison Genesis and Team Sigma Sport, plus Q&As with Jody Cundy (see our interview with him overleaf), British Cycling’s Sprint and BMX Academy


riders, and former Tour de France rider and author Richard Moore. Also taking to the stage are Eddie Fletcher, sports scientist at Wattbike, Nigel Mitchell, head of nutrition for British Cycling and Team Sky, and Adrian Hodgeson, sports scientist at Gatorade. You’ll want to be taking notes – these guys work with the best of the best. ATG Training’s Cytech technicians will also be sharing their tricks of the trade at the Jaguar Performance Theatre, with seminars covering all you need to know from servicing and setup of your bike to frame preparation and truing a wheel.


LOOK OUT FOR THE SURFACE CYCLE CAFE AT THE HEART OF THE LONDON BIKE SHOW


COMPETE AGAINST THE CLOCK If you think your maintenance skills are up to scratch, why not put them to the test and take part in the Cytech Fastest Wrench competition? Compete against the clock in a test of bike maintenance skills to be in with a chance of being crowned The Fastest Wrench and walk away with one of Cytech’s amazing prizes.


The competition will be running throughout the show at the Cytech stand. Come along and put your skills to the test!


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