Le Tour De France

Second Annual Evolve Cycleops Tour

We invite you to join our tribute to the Tour de France, Evolve Cycleops-style.

Ride with us as we follow some of the world’s most amazing athletes in the 100th Tour de France 2013. For three weeks in July, France becomes the epicenter of cycling. A million spectators line the race route from towns to remote mountain passes. Another 50 million watch on TV. All this to see who will wear the next Maillot Jaune, the most recognizable symbol of the tour; the yellow jersey, worn by the rider with the lowest accumulated time for total distance covered.

Condensed to its basic premise, the Tour de France is a simple athletic contest: The cyclist who completes a strenuous and often perilous course of more than 2,000 miles in the lowest total time wins. We’ll be simulating the stages in our studio this month to challenge our members and guests. There are many parallels in the mountains riders climb, the strategies they use and the struggles we face everyday.

Come Tour de Cycleops with us!

Check out the links to the Cycleops Monthly Newsletter and July Ride Profiles for more details.

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Pam Blum

About Pam Blum

Pam Blum is somewhat of a "jack of all trades" in the fitness world. She is a highly accomplished instructor with specific credentials that include; Group Fitness Director, Certified Instructor of numerous formats and classes, Spinning Master Instructor, Resist-a-Ball Circle of Excellence Trainer and a registered Yoga Teacher. She has over 25 years experience in the industry and has a passion for guiding people through classes or sessions that provide opportunities to, "explore how truly magnificent our bodies really are; physically, mentally and spiritually." She very much enjoys her role as Group Fitness Director, sincerely jumping at the challenge of coordinating instructors, participants, preference, times and predicting trends to keep everyone fresh, happy and actively pursuing their personal fitness and professional goals.

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