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Time Pro Cycling has put together a camp for Under 23 and 17-18 men of all ability levels to come together and receive expert-level input into their future cycling careers. The camp will take place May 16-18 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Riders will receive valuable physiological testing, the opportunity to establish networks with athletes pursuing similar goals, and the chance to meet informally with the directors of several UCI teams.
"You will leave this camp with the knowledge about what it takes to become a career professional and a clear understanding about how to market and present yourself to potential sponsors and teams," said Time Pro Cycling's Erik Saunders.
The performance camp will focus on three areas: mentorship, peer networking, professional networking. The TIME Pro Cycling Team will be selecting stagiaires for the 2008 season from this camp, providing an opportunity for any rider looking to get his foot in the door and into the world of professional cycling.
Registration for the camp will close on Thursday, April 16. Attendees will be notified of their acceptance on April 17. For more information and registration see www.timeprocycling.com.