Spring is here and the clocks have moved forward creating the perfect time to oil the chain, air the tires and join you friends for a bike ride.
What’s stopping you from enjoying the benefits of cycling?
Thursday, March 15 at 5:30 p.m.
Administration Boardroom, Main Clinic
Lead by Rhonda Eichenberger, we will address the following questions:
- How do I get started cycling for fitness?
- Can I ride without my bum hurting?
- How do I use the gears?
- Where is a safe place to ride? What are the rules of the road?
- How do I select a bike and bike fit? What gear or clothing will I need?
Rhonda Eichenberger is a clinical laboratory scientist at the Harbin Clinic Laboratory and is an avid cyclist. Cycling for Rhonda is transportation, fitness challenges and soul therapy. Rhonda has been training and competing in local road and mountain biking events since 2005. Her past wins include the Dirty Spokes 12 Hour Endurance Series Champion, Chainbuster’s 6 hour Solo Mountain Bike Race, and a 2nd place finish in the Georgia State 40K Time Trial. In 2011, Rhonda complete The Pisgah 5 day Mountain Bike Stage Race.
Beginner and more experienced bikers are encouraged to attend.
Spouses and children are welcome.
Register via the HarbinSTRONG calendar on the Intranet.