Cycle-Smart Athlete Sharon Sloan Featured by Cxmagazine.com
This week, cxmagazine.com featured a story on Cycle-Smart athlete Sharon Sloan, who has overcome immeasurable mental and physical roadblocks resulting from a near-fatal crash caused by the driver of a motor vehicle. Sharon, who is coached by Jacob Fetty, raced her first cyclocross nationals this year and we can bet it won't be her last.
Read her story here:
Cyclus Sports Team Featured in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette
Last week, the Pittsburg Post-Gazette featured a story on Cycle-Smart team Cyclus Sports, and the way they plan to help shape the future of drug-free racing. Cyclus Sports team members are coached by Jacob Fetty.
Read the Cyclus Sports Team's story here:
Cycle-Smart Athletes Race to Strong Early Season Results
Coach Jacob Fetty: 5th, The Knot MTB Race, Pro/Cat 1 Men
Seth Kemp: 1st, The Knot MTB Race, Pro/Cat 1 Men
Merv Davis: 3rd, The Knot MTB Race, Pro/Cat 1 Men, 2nd, Bull City Gran Prix, Cat 3 Men
Mike Gerran: 2nd, Wolf Pack Crit
Alex Jerome: 2nd Wolf Pack Crit, Cat 3 Men
Ian Baun: 2nd, Bull City Gran Prix, Cat 1-2 Men
Brooks Deese: 3rd, Bull City Gran Prix, Cat 1-2 Men
Matt Moosa: 2nd, Hincapie Race Series Overall, 4th, Tour of Southern Highlands Overall
Chris Shields: 2nd, The Knot MTB Race, Cat 2 40+
Coach Dylan Postier:
Frank Boyer: 2nd, Outback at Post Oak, Cat 3 50+
Tour de Lake Brings USAC Mountain Bike National Qualifier to West Virginia
Mark your calendars for March 25th-26th, east coast racers! Coach Jacob Fetty invites you to Tour de Lake- West Virginia State championships and USAC Mountain Bike Nationals qualifier.
- Equal payout for elite men and women
- Juniors race for free
- Short Track events- Saturday March 25th 2017
- Cross Country events- Sunday March 26th, 2017
To learn more and to re-register, pelase visit:
A free course preview party with guided tours of the race courses will take place on March 12th at 12pm.
The Myerson Line Podcast
Episode 11 with Phil Gaimon is now posted.
You can find that and all past episodes at the Wide Angle Podium Network.
Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheMyersonLine.