May 15 information meeting at Northfield High School: summary and presentations

Gary Sjoquist speaking to May 15 audience at Northfield High School Sue Welch speaking to May 15 audience at Northfield High School
We had 9 students and their parents show up for our first information meeting tonight at the Northfield High School. I was pleased that Red Wing and Cannon Falls were represented, as well as students from Northfield High School (NHS) and ARTech High School. And I was glad to see Stew Moyer and Cody Larson from Mike’s Bicycle Shop there, too.   Thanks to Tom Graupmann, Activities Director at NHS, who graciously provided the AV equipment and helped set it up.

Gary Sjoquist, Founding Chair of the Minnesota High School Cycling League and QBP’s Advocacy Director spoke for about 30 minutes. See his Powerpoint presentation below.  Erin Mayberry, Recreation Coordinator for Northfield Community Services spoke briefly about how they work with the NHS lacrosse and ski clubs in Northfield and that that model could work for mountain biking, too.

We talked about how we got involved in the sport and our plans for the summer and fall. Here’s our Powerpoint presentation:

 

High school mountain bike racing team: information mtg for student-athletes & parents, May 15

Cannon Valley Mountain Bike Racing Team posters Gary Sjoquist, Founding Chair of the Minnesota High School Cycling League
We’ll be putting up posters around the area this week, promoting our first information meeting for student-athletes and parents:

WHEN? Tuesday, May 15, 7 pm

WHERE? the Northfield High School cafeteria

Gary Sjoquist, Founding Chair of the Minnesota High School Cycling League and QBP’s Advocacy Director, will be presenting. Head coach Sue Welch and I will be there as well.

The posters will be going up at the Northfield High School, ARTech High School, and area bike shops: FIT to be TRI’d, Mike’s Bicycle Shop, and Milltown Cycles.

Can’t attend?  Attach a comment with your questions or use our Contact Us page.

Help spread the word by downloading and printing out this poster (DropBox link) and putting it up in public places.

The QR code in the lower right corner of the poster links to this website.