Friday, November 26, 2010
15% off Store Wide Sale - includes Clothing, Nutrition and Accessories (does not include 2011 bicycles)
40% Off all 2010 Triathlon Clothing
40% Off 2010 Short Sleeve and Sleeveless Cycling Jerseys
40% Off all 2010 Wetsuits
40% Off all 2010 Cycling & Triathlon Shoes
30% Off 2010 Race Wheels
25% Off 2010 Bicycles
Come & get it while the gettin's good!
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Monday, November 8, 2010
Date: November 19, 2010
Come join Austin Cycle Camp for a day trip you’ll never forget. On November 19th, we’ll take you to Dripping Springs to start an all-inclusive 45 or 75 mile ride ending in Gruene. What’s included? Check it out...
- Transportation from Austin to Dripping Springs and back from Gruene
- CLIF nutrition product
- nuun hydration tablets (and water of course!)
- Endurox post-ride recovery drink
- A guided 45 or 75 mile ride - (includes part of the Livestrong Challenge course). Yes, guided. No cue sheet, no maps, no looking for painted arrows on the road.
- Mechanical support on the ride (think flats, dropped chains, etc. If your front wheel spontaneously combusts, that might be a bit outside of what we can do)
- Full shower facilities after the ride so you can completely freshen up
- A chance to spend the afternoon in Gruene, catch some live music, dip a toe in the water, or do a little wine tasting!
If you’re in, complete the registration form here and meet us Friday the 19th at 6:45 a.m. at the parking lot beside Jim’s Coffee Shop in the Y at Oak Hill (intersection of 290 and 71). We’ll have you back to your car by 6:00 p.m. so you can spend the evening with your friends and family.
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Chris lost his mother, Theresa, to breast cancer on April 26th 1999. MaccaNow is the foundation set up by Chris McCormack that aims to donate $1,962,800 dollars to Breast Cancer and its affiliated charities by 2015. Since beginning in 2008, the foundation has raised more than $200,000 dollars for Cancer, through the help of a variety of different challenges and charities. "I lost my mother to breast cancer in 1999, at the age of 53. I set myself the challenge of raising this amount to celebrate my mothers life. $1,962,800 dollars represents 100 dollars for every day my mother was alive and I will achieve this goal. I now have two daughters and along with my wife, I am surrounded by women. Breast Cancer is a disease that is fought primarily by women, but as men it takes our mothers, sisters, daughters and wives, and as a man I will do as much as I can to help fight and support the women who are fighting this disease. My mother was taken in the prime of her life, and left behind a family of 3 boys and her husband. The disease took everything from us." Chris McCormack
Come join us on Wednesday, November 17th from 7 to 9 p.m. to celebrate Chris McCormacks latest Ironman World Championship victory and his efforts to meet his fundraising goals. There will be free food, beer, an autograph session, and a talk by Chris. Normally there is a door charge to raise the money for Chris's foundation. The Austin triathlon community has stepped up in a major way, as it always does to bring you this celebration for free. There will be a donation box on site for additional donations. The businesses involved in putting this together include:
Jack & Adams Bicycles, Hill Country Running, Texas Iron, Austin Triathletes & Duathletes, High Five Events, Advanced Rehab, Pure Austin, Clif Bar, Coogan & Associates, Lewis Sign, New Belgium Brewery, Steve Jolly Company, Austin's Pizza, and BigMouth Announcing.
Please RSVP by E-mail here! or RSVP on Facebook Here!