Join Cycle-Smart Coaches and Athletes at Paris to Ancaster!
Join coaches Adam Myerson, Al Donahue and Michael van den Ham, and athletes Ellen Noble and Anthony Clark at Paris to Ancaster April 29th-30th! Inspired by Paris-Roubaix, the Paris to Ancaster has taken place for the past twenty three years over the roughest farm lanes, trails, and gravel roads available. Combined with unpredictable spring weather and the largest field of riders assembled in Canada, it has become a classic race experience for everyone from average riders to Canadian Olympians.
Register for the Elite Wave by March 31st, 2017, or for the wave of your choosing.
Here's the confirmed Cycle-Smart roster so far:
Michael van den Ham
For more information and to register, visit:
Cycle-Smart Athletes Race to Strong Early Season Results
Coach Adam Myerson: 2nd, Coastal Classic Criterium, P/1/2 Men
Nate Ryan: 7th, Coastal Classic Criterium, Cat 4 Men
Kira Segunchuk: 10th, Coastal Classic Criterium, Cat 4/5 Women
Coach Nick Lemke: 10th, Lakeville-Milltown-Lakeville
Coach Jacob Fetty: 3rd, Tour de Lake XC, Pro Men, 3rd, Tour de Lake STXC, Pro Men
Merv Davis: 2nd, Tour de Lake XC, Pro Men, 1st, Tour de Lake STXC, Pro Men
Seth Kemp: 1st, Tour de Lake XC, Pro Men, 2nd, Tour de Lake STXC, Pro Men
Jason Cyr: 2nd, Tour de Lake, 35+ cat 1/2
John Witherspoon: 10th, Tour de Lake STXC, Expert Men, 5th, Tour de Lake XC, Cat 1/Expert 35+
Ben Gongola: 1st, Tour de Lake XC, Sport Junior, 3rd, Junior Overall
Eli Ballantyne: 3rd, Tour de Lake XC, Sport Junior
Mandi Riddle: 3rd, Tour de Lake XC, Expert Women
Joey Riddle: 1st, Tour de Lake XC, Expert Vet Men
Where in the World are the Cycle-Smart Coaches Racing?
Adam Myerson: Michael Schott Memorial Circuit Race, Marblehead, Ma
Serena Bishop Gordon: Gorge Roubaix, Gorge Gravel Grinder, The Dalles, OR
Jordan Dubé: US Cup Fontana City, Fontana, CA
Nick Lemke: Ragnarok 105 Gravel Race, Red Wing, MN
Find us and say hello!
The Myerson Line Podcast
Episode 11 with Phil Gaimon is posted.
You can find that and all past episodes at the Wide Angle Podium Network.
Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheMyersonLine.