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2012 Washington DC Cyclocross Clinic

Join Fulcrum Coaching and JBV Coaching for a one of a kind cyclocross experience: A two-day cyclocross camp with US National Cyclocross Champion Jeremy Powers. The camp includes a full day of instruction by professional cycling coaches and Jeremy. For the second day, JPow and the instructors will provide personal coaching and instruction as campers compete in Tacchino Cyclocross, the opening race of the Super 8 Cyclocross Series. Race entry fee is included in the cost of the camp. The camp also includes an opening night meet & greet and cross talk at camp sponsor Bike Doctor of Waldorf.

Cross talk and meet and greet with Jeremy on Friday, September 7 from 7:00pm to 9:30pm at Bike Doctor of Waldorf in Maryland.

Cross Camp takes place Saturday and Sunday, September 8 and 9, at Rosaryville State Park in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Saturday's clinic runs 9am to 5pm. Sunday's instruction begins with a course walk through and also includes instruction throughout the day, before and after attendees races.

Cyclocross racing not only requires you to be in great physical shape but also relies on a unique skill set.  Learning and mastering these skills will make you a better racer this cyclocross season!

On Saturday attendees learn:

  • Mounting
  • Dismounting
  • Carrying/Shouldering
  • Off-Cambers
  • The anatomy of a race course
  • Clipping in quickly
  • Exchanging bikes
  • Bunny hopping: when,why, and how
  • Equipment and tire selection


In addition to putting the skills learned the previous day to use at the Tacchino Cyclocross race, attendees receive:

  • Free entry to the race
  • Pre-race coaching from the time you arrive until the time you start your race
  • Post race analysis
  • Small group session race course evaluation
  • On-site mechanical support
  • Reserved "team"area course side
  • Trainers for warm up and cool down


Four coaches in addition to Jeremy will be in attendance to ensure each attendee gets plenty of individual instruction.

Friday night cross talk is free to the public but is considered part of the clinic.  Space is limited to 50 people!

Registration is HERE!

The Saturday clinic closes with a question and answer period in which prizes are awarded to the most improved riders of the weekend.

Cross Camp cost: $ 300

Cross Camp attendee current limit: 50

Check out this incredible video shot and edited by Peter Nicoll at sl-films.com of last year's Washington DC clinic.

The Saturday clinic is held rain or shine but will be canceled if there are thunderstorms. Sunday's races are subject to race promoter discretion.

In addition to learning valuable cyclocross skills from Jeremy, Chris, and Dan, lunch on Saturday will be provided (Chipotle).

Jeremy Powers is a professional cyclist and the 2012 US National Cyclocross Champion with the Rapha-Focus professional cyclocross team and the Jelly Belly professional road team.  In addition to winning America’s signature event, last season Jeremy took home his 2ndconsecutive overall victory in the US Grand Prix of Cyclocross, recorded an impressive eleven wins, stood on top of eighteen podiums and finished up the season ranked eleventh in the world, the highest ranked American. For more information about Jeremy visit: http://www.JPows.com


For more information please contact Dan at dan@fulcrumcoaching.com or call 314-774-1816

Google or MapQuest: 3200 Leonardtown Road, Waldorf, MD 20601

Google or MapQuest: Rosaryville State Park, 10 West Marlton Ave, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.

Alternately:  From I-95 north or southbound, directly east of Washington DC:  At exit 11A, take MD 4 / Pennsylvania Ave east to US Route 301. At end of exit, turn right on US 301.  Continue on 301 for 3.8 miles.  Turn right on West Marlton Ave, just past small brown sign for Rosaryville State Park. After 200 yards, turn right again at park kiosk and proceed straight, up the hill .  Rosaryville State Park is approximately 20 minutes by car from I-495 and a half hour by car from downtown D.C., 45 minutes from Baltimore.