International cyclist provides tips
International cyclist Cy Monk provided inspiration to juniors of the sport recently.
Having undertaken Warragul Cycling Club’s junior track program under current coach Ross Henry about 10 years again,
Cy shared his experiences from starting as a junior to where he is today, riding and competing overseas.
Cy talked about his early track and road riding and what it takes to get to the elite level, including determination and dedication. His overall advice was to practice and ride as much as possible.
Program co-ordinator and coach Ross Henry said the program, which runs on Monday nights, was currently at capacity with 15 members.
Cy left with a parting gift, donating three bags full of cycling kit clothing for the children. “It was appreciated by the kids,” Henry said. “He donated quite a bit, he had three large garbage bags full.
“It was a bit like Santa turning up.”
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