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Updated Aug 18th, 2020 - The CDC has determined that masks with exhaust valves are largely ineffective; please don’t wear them on our rides, unless the valve can be closed.  

Updated Aug 6th, 2020 - At the board meeting tonight, it was decided to increase the size of the rides to 8 + 2 and 4 + 1, where there are 8 riders and 2 leaders, or 4 riders and 1 leader. The ride leaders have the discretion to have smaller groups.

NYCC Webinar: “Cycling in the Age of Covid,” with Steve Vaccaro

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 6:30pm
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NYCC Webinar: Cycling in the Age of Covid with Bike Lawyer and Advocate Steve Vaccaro

 

Event: NYCC Webinar: “Cycling in the Age of Covid,” with Steve Vaccaro

Date: Tuesday, August 114, 2020
Location: Virtually, via Zoom Video Communications

 

Schedule:
6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Program

Program: Join us for a talk with leading bike attorney and advocate Steve Vaccaro of the Law Office of Vaccaro & White, on the impact of the pandemic on recreational and commuter cycling.  Steve speaks for himself,  but his views are informed by his experience as a board member/advisor of New York Cycle Club, Bike New York, Transportation Alternatives, and StreetsPAC; his fourteen years as a lawyer primarily representing cyclists and other crash victims; and his forty years as a New York City cyclist. Topics will include: the pandemic-fueled bike boom; the risk of disease transmission during cycling; the government’s pandemic transportation policy; and some practical tips on cycling in the age of covid.  Steve will leave plenty of time for Q&A at the end in the hopes you will contribute to a robust and open community discussion!

Program will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., with time for questions at the end.
 
As always, non-members of NYCC are welcome. The event will be streamed live over Zoom onto your phone, desktop, or other device.
 
 
PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR by visiting the page at this link and following the instructions.
 
After registering, follow the instructions provided in the email that you have received.
 
Throughout the process, please BE PATIENT and wait until prompted before you start clicking. Read the instructions, follow them closely, and you will be rewarded with easy access!
 
If you have never used Zoom before, you will be required to download, accept and run the software.  This should take less than a minute.  Zoom supports Windows, macOS, iOS (iPhone/iPad), and Android.  You can participate on a phone, tablet, laptop or desktop.  You will receive instructions on how to participate by phone during the online registration process.
 
If you are unwilling to run the Zoom software on your device, you will not be able to participate.
 
Up to 100 people can “attend” the Webinar (meaning that they can pose questions during the Q&A period).  Many more than that can listen and watch. If it is important to you to be able to pose questions, please register early for the event as this feature is limited to the first 100 registrants.
 

SponsorScience in Sport (SIS).

Science in Sport was going to be the major nutrition sponsor for Escape New York 2020.  The ride may be cancelled, but SIS wants to help you meet your training goals by offering NYCC members and friends 30% off of your purchase from the SIS Amazon store when you use the code TRAINSIS30 at check out.

Science in Sport is a leading sports nutrition company that develops, manufactures and markets innovative sports nutrition products for professional athletes and sports enthusiasts. Science In Sport was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in London. Our manufacturing facility is in Nelson, Lancashire.

 Science In Sport has three core product ranges:

  • SiS GO: comprising of energy powders, isotonic energy gels, energy bars and hydration tablets
  • SiS REGO: the complete recovery product
  • SiS PROTEIN: includes whey protein, Advanced Isolate, Overnight Protein and the biggest innovation in protein in years - WHEY20.

Science In Sport products are sold in a range of retail channels, including Amazon, Competitive Cyclist as well as at scienceinsport.com and select local retailers.

 Science In Sport has been supplying elite, regularly tested athletes, national and professional teams for more than 15 years. Science In Sport is a strong brand in the elite athlete community - in the 2012 London Olympics, 24 medal-winning athletes or teams used Science In Sport products and in Rio 2016 another 34 medals were fueled by Science In Sport. We also fueled Team Sky to victory in the 2016 and 2017 Tour de France.

 The range of products are researched and developed by sports scientists in conjunction with international athletes. This scientific research underpins everything Science In Sport does to ensure that all products meet the exacting standards of Informed Sport. This means that everything Science In Sport does and every personal best you achieve with Science In Sport, is FUELED BY SCIENCE.

All products are tested over and over again with different athletes and consumers. This is done to ensure Science In Sport provides you with the right range of products with the best possible ingredients for your needs - so that you can focus on performing to the best of your ability.

That’s Science In Sport promise - the best science to deliver the best products and the best advice for your sports nutrition.

 USA Cycling Partnership

Science In Sport is the official nutrition partner of USA Cycling. The formation of a partnership with USA cycling was a key part of the international strategy for Science In Sport. In the official supplier capacity, Science In Sport provides a range of award-winning sports-nutrition to athletes across the organization and benefit from the feedback of USA cycling's elite, to again further our innovation and product development.

NYCC Webinar: “Cycling in the Age of Covid,” with Steve Vaccaro
08.11.2020
6:30pm
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