Published: Tuesday, 19 June 2012 20:00
Written by Michael Hopkins
Awarded the Doc Counsilman Science Award
The United States Olympic Committee today announced Neal Henderson (cycling; Boulder, Colo.) as the 2011 Doc Counsilman Science Award winner and one of its coaches of the year. For years, Henderson has been at the forefront of applying scientific principles in the lab and on the field to improve athlete performance in the world of cycling. During the 2010-11 season, he formulated additional tools and protocols for aerodynamic drag analysis, which helped determine the specific power required for cyclists to attain a given speed.
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Published: Wednesday, 13 June 2012 20:00
Written by Staff
Folding Bike Leader Places First in IG Markets London Nocturne Bike Race
Dahon, the world leader in folding bicycles, debuted it’s 30-year limited edition carbon Dahon folding bike in winning style on Saturday by taking first place in the Tern Folding Bike Race as part of the sixth annual IG London Nocturne races in London. Over 12,000 spectators packed London’s inner city streets to witness Dutchman Jeroen Janssen win the folding bike race on the road circuit.
Jeroen Janssen Racing Dahon Anniversary Bike
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