Bicycle Racing Team Holds Open House for
Third Annual Open House
Wednesday 10th January 2007
XXX Racing–AthletiCo Junior Development Program will hold its third annual
Open House on Wednesday, January 10, 2007. The meeting will be at Goose
Island Restaurant at 1800 N. Clybourn Street in Chicago at 6:30 pm. Youth
between the ages of 10-18 and their families are invited to attend to learn
about bicycle racing in the Chicago area and receive information on how to
join the team.
juniors program welcomes anyone who has an interest in cycling,”
says Nicole Kemerer, director of the program. “Bike racing is a
growing sport in this country but many people don’t quite know how it
works and how to get involved.” Juniors compete in well-known
cycling disciplines like road and mountain bike racing, as well as growing
disciplines like track racing and cyclocross. The team offers year-round
elite-level coaching and skills clinics to both beginning and experienced
junior athletes. XXX Racing–AthletiCo
strives to make bike racing accessible and affordable – providing bicycles
to all junior racers and offering scholarships that pay for race fees and
uniforms to select athletes. “We want to provide opportunities to
kids, whether their goal is to someday win the Tour de France or simply want
to meet others who like to ride,” says Kemerer.
XXX Racing–AthletiCo Junior Development Program is one of the largest
youth racing programs in the Midwest and is currently recognized by USA
Cycling as a Center of Excellence. In addition to numerous State Champions,
the team has helped produce two Junior National Champions, a member of the
US Paralympic Team and a silver-medallist at the 2003 Junior World
Championships. Coaching oversight is given by Coach Randy Warren, also a
Further information about the XXX Racing–AthletiCo Junior Development Program can be found at www.xxxracing.org/
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