Indoor Training @ Penn Cycle Woodbury

Join Us This Winter

Our annual winter Indoor Training runs December 5th, 2019 through March 26th, 2020.

We train Thursday evenings for 16 weeks at OneTen Cycles in Mendota Heights.

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Fall/Winter Indoor Training – Update 2

Fall/Winter Indoor Training – Update 2

Hi Riders, Here's a nutshell of the winter program: This Thursday, November 14th, is a "test ride" at One Ten Cycles for the first 20 people that respond (I believe it holds approx 20 riders, and one of the purposes of this test ride is to figure out exactly how many...

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Fall/Winter Training Update

Fall/Winter Training Update

Here's the latest update on fall/winter training... Even though we're not completely firmed up, I wanted to announce that the shop we're hoping to utilize is One Ten Cycles, on Hwy 62/110 in Mendota Heights.  Their address is 1040 Dakota Drive Mendota Heights, MN...

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Final Afton Hill Training Session * June 6

Final Afton Hill Training Session * June 6

Our Spring '19 session of Afton hill training wraps up Thursday, June 6. It's been a great year of climbing, and I hope you can join us for our final ride until the fall. As always, we'll meet in front of Selma's Ice Cream at 5:25 for a brief pre-ride meeting. We'll...

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