Whether you need the motivation to start biking for the event or you are a regular cyclist Bike the Coast – Taste the Coast has all the local, family and beginner information that you want to know, and on August 15, everyone who joins the email list will have a chance to win a few of our new 2011 bike jerseys.
Try our regular newsletter that comes out approximately once per month with information on local group rides, free beginner training plans, youth cycling programs, bike safety, event updates and more. It’s easy to set up. We also have options to get free training alerts to help you improve your riding and prepare for 7, 15, 25, 50 or 100 miles on November 5 at Bike the Coast – Taste the Coast.
1. When you sign up check the “Daily Training & Tips for 7 or 15 Miles” if you would like a daily email alert with a free training plan to prepare for 7 or 15 miles. We partnered with cycling legend and coach John Howard to develop the free training information. The daily emails will start in mid-September and run up until Bike the Coast – Taste the Coast.
2. Check the “Daily Training & Tips for 25 or 50 Miles” if you would like a daily email alert with a free training plan to prepare for 25 or 50 miles. John Howard’s free training adds a little more mileage to your workouts than the 7 or 15 mile plans. The daily emails will start in mid-September and run up until Bike the Coast – Taste the Coast.
2. Check the “Weekly Training, Rides & Tips” if you would like a free weekly summary of John Howard’s training plans, our suggestions for local groups and clubs where you can find riding partners, and tips from experts on how all of us can bike better, safer and have more fun cycling. The weekly emails will start in mid-August and run up until Bike the Coast – Taste the Coast.
Please let us know what type of updates you would like.
You can opt out at any time, and we absolutely won’t share your information with anyone.
And it’s free! Also, all newsletter subscribers can select a free downloadable training plan for 7, 15, 25 or 50 miles (the plans will be ready in mid-August).