2012 Apex Meet the Team Ride

Apex welcomes new teammates once a year and this time it’s happening on September 16th, 2012!

Details, location, and what to expect:

The ride leaves Seattle’s Leschi neighborhood from Pert’s Deli  (120 Lakeside Ave, Seattle WA 98122). There is ample parking nearby. Please be at Pert’s by 9:20 for a 9:30 AM departure. This is a social ride, at a conversational pace, around the south end of Lake Washington. Allow about 2 hours. The ride may stop for 5-10 minutes along the way, but otherwise, be prepared for a continuous ride. This ride happens in rain, wind, or sunshine! Bring a functioning road bike (full fenders are appreciated on damp days), helmet, water, some food, weather-appropriate clothing, a little money, and an extra tube in case you flat.

Note: This is a men-only team, thus a men-only ride and thus no conflict with the Intro to Women’s Cycling ride which meets 30 minutes before the Apex Meet the Team ride.

Apex riders share a passion for bicycle road racing while competing in all disciplines. Our organization is rigidly structured around laissez faire decentralization. We celebrate team results derived from strong personal work ethic. Apex knows that character and individuality are as important as podium finishes, and almost as important as how sweet your equipment is. We invite experienced or aspiring Category 2, 3 and 4 senior and master racers who are looking for something different…is the black and white jersey for you?

For more information contact Scott Musgrove (info@apexracing.org).

3 Responses to “2012 Apex Meet the Team Ride”

  1. Bill Booth says:

    Of course, if any riders have questions, they are more than welcome to ask them here!

  2. Kevin Marks says:

    Does your team support mountain biking? Also, how many races per year are required?

    Thanks,

    Kevin

    • Bill says:

      Hi Kevin,

      Our main focus is road racing, so all of our guys hit the road. However, there are about half a dozen of us that also mountain bike – recreationally though. We can sport the kit in mountain bike races, but the team doesn’t focus on mountain.

      We ask that all racers start in 8 road races each season.

      We’ve also got a select group of cyclocross racers and some track nerds.

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