Fit Werx News February 2014
As we head towards spring, we wanted to let you know about some great events we are hosting or sponsoring as well as let you know about an article on how to use your power meter as a wind tunnel and present the charity rides we are sponsoring for ’14. Hope you are having a great winter!
News & Events
Wednesday, February 19th – Damon Rinard, Senior Design Engineer for Cervelo Cycles!
We are excited to welcome one of the top engineers in the cycling industry. Damon Rinard from Cervelo Cycles, will speak at Fit Werx in Peabody, MA from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, February 19th. Damon is a Senior Advanced Research and Design Engineer for Cervelo and previously worked at Trek in their Advanced Concept Group.
He will talk about “Defining Performance: What Makes a Bike ‘Better’?” and “Cervelo’s Core Technologies: What they are, how they work, and how you benefit.” If you are interested in attending please RSVP by emailing email@example.com. Space is limited so act now. Thank you
Saturday, February 22nd – Fit Werx 2014 New England Triathlon Symposium
Come to the Fit Werx 2014 New England Triathlon Symposium in Fitchburg, MA and get a huge headstart on your 2014 triathlon season! All in one day, you’ll get to attend four morning seminars and your choice of four afternoon sessions (small-group workshops and hands-on clinics) led by expert coaches and other triathlon professionals! You will be hard pressed to find a greater value for your training dollar. For more information and to register click here.
Saturday, March 29th – “Is your saddle a pain in the butt?” at the 2014 TriMania Expo
A trained Fit Werx fitter will be happy to set you up on our gebioMized Saddle Pressure Sensor and provide a complimentary demonstration of this technology that helps you (and us) see what you are feeling. The information the gebioMized Saddle Pressure Sensor provides, in combination with a well trained technician, can help you not only find the best saddle, but also helps Fit Werx offer you the very best in bike fitting.