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This is the from introductory meeting of the AAVC's new Development Program. It covers the goals, basic structure, and what the program will provide participants.

This is the from introductory meeting of the AAVC's new Development Program. It covers the goals, basic structure, and what the program will provide participants.

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  • Development Program vs. Development TeamNot an exclusive program or team—open to all club members with additional support (and requirements) for those who choose to commit to the “team” (not a race team, just a cohort with similar goals)
  • Get out what you put inNot a structured training programDevelopment Program = incremental gains in many areas
  • Get out what you put inNot a structured training programDevelopment Program = incremental gains in many areas
  • A sampling, not comprehensiveSeeking to advance skills in MANY areas—more than we’ll get done in 2011
  • So what’s the difference for Development Team members?We ask more of you….
  • Participate in weekly/biweekly Development Program activitiesContribute to the AAVC—leadership, projects, events, … club serviceParticipate in performance testing—learning process and way to monitor progressFollow some sort of structured training—coach, book, self-designed, etc. But something that builds toward fitness goals
  • Development Team is not designed for riders to stay forever; 2-5 years depending on where a rider starts (category)Assessment is intended to be self-directed and allow each rider to honestly assess their own effort and performance relative to their own and the program goals.
  • The races completed will need to reflect the team members’ own goals15 is guide, not a hard and fast rule; intent is to support racing so 15 or something close will likely be easy for most team membersWe’ll do a few team races we select together — likely longer trips or big area races
  • Riders participating in the Development Team should expect to progress at a rate similar to the above.
  • Sample schedule is for Development Team members; Development Program activities will happen most weeks.
  • Development Program is not set in stone; with your input it will change and evolveTeam races: ID a few races that we will commit to as a group, esp. those that require significant travel“Formal” commitment to join the team; Dev Prog is “drop-in”Individual & Team Goals
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    • 1. Development Program & Team
      Introduction
      1
    • 2. Mission
      Better Racers, more Cat. 2s
      More Club Leaders
      Attract and Retain Riders
      Attract Sponsors
      2
    • 3. 3
    • 4. Rider benefits
      4
    • 5. Rider benefits
      5
    • 6. Topics for the Year
      Goal setting
      Expedition behavior, group development
      Training &racing with power
      Training and racing with heart rate & RPE
      Pre-race setup/preparation
      Racing criteriums
      Racing road races
      Racing time trials
      Track intro and rides
      Cyclocross intro and rides
      Bike handling skills
      low speed turning control
      high speed turning
      bunny hop (obstacle & curb)
      pacelines (all types, scenarios)
      high speed punctures
      riding in the gutter
      Race skills
      Hand-ups
      Getting a wheel change (crit. and road race)
      Group riding skills
      Race tactics
      Supporting sponsors: promoting, meeting expectations, identifying new opportunities
      Diet: nutrition and timing; supplements
      Heat acclimation
      Training & racing at altitude
      Race travel
      Equipment selection & set up
      Multi-day and stage racing

      6
    • 7. Development Team
      Expectations
      Assessment
      Racing
      Advancing in category
      7
    • 8. Expectations
      Development Program Activities
      Club Service
      Performance Testing
      Structured Training
      8
    • 9. Assessment
      Self-selected Goals
      Self-directed Assessment
      Team Expectations
      Mid-year, End-of-year
      9
    • 10. Racing
      15 Races per Year
      Team Schedule
      Individual Goals
      10
    • 11. Advancing in Category
      1-2 years per category
      11
    • 12. 12
    • 13. 13
      Work in progress
      Team Race Schedule
      “Commitment”
      2011 Goals
      Structured Training Plan
      2010 Race Resume, Ride Bios
    • 14. Development Program & Team
      Introduction
      14