Strength Training for the Bicyclist: A Weighted Concern

Event date: 
Thursday, January 19, 2017 -
7:00pm to 8:30pm

Hello 2017! Start the New Year (and your training season) out right with this unique opportunity to hear from the best in the business, and learn why strength training should play an integral role in your training routine this year. 

Addressing questions like,"What role does strength training play in bicycling?" “Do I really need to lift weights?” and “I don’t want to bulk up.”, Erik Moen will discuss the merits of weight training for the bicyclist.  He will de-bunk myths, share science and create an argument for why some level of strength training is important for any bicyclist.


FREE; RSVP below as space is limited.

About the Presenter Moen PT  

Erik is a national authority on bicycle biomechanics and injury intervention and prevention. His rehabilitation strategies utilize elements of keen biomechanical assessment, restoration of motion, coordination, and strength. Erik’s extensive coaching experience in cycling, soccer, and skiing can help you plan a successful return to your sport. Erik received his Bachelor of Science Biological Research from Pacific Lutheran University, and his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Washington. Erik is a national and international classifier for paracycling. Erik is currently serving as President of PTWA (Physical Therapy Association of Washington). His favorite form of exercise is riding any form of bicycle.


Cascade Bicycle Club
7787 62nd Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115