Team Sky riders, performance and coaching staff from Team Sky and British Cycling will be giving seminars and talks at the Road Cycling Show at Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey, over April 21-22.
Gatorade, an official sponsor of Team Sky, is hosting the G Series Pro Theatre at the Road Cycling Show, and will be bringing several Team Sky riders as well as performance and coaching staff from Team Sky and British Cycling for seminars and talks throughout the weekend.
As well as talks to the general public, there will also be an exclusive invite-only coaching seminar where selected coaches will receive a dedicated session with the latest coaching tips and advice.
The 2012 Road Cycling Show features a mix of road bike exhibitors and retailers, giving visitors the chance to not only look at the latest road bikes and kit, but also try them and buy them.
Rob Hayles has also been confirmed for the show. The Olympic medallist and former world champion will be on the Law Shield stand.
In addition to the exhibits, seminars and test rides, the Road Cycling Show will also host the start and finish of the Sandown Cyclone cyclo-sportive. Three routes are on offer: 35.5 mile (57km) 'Fun' route, the 66-mile (106km) 'Standard' route and the 81-mile (130km) 'Epic' route.
Anyone entering the sportive gets automatic entry to the show.
For more information on the show and to purchase tickets, go to the Road Cycling Show website.
Sandown Cyclone Sportive: Route details and entry information
New Road Cycling Show for 2012
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