Frazier Cycling Partners | Frazier Cycling Juniors Race Team

Frazier Cycling Juniors Race Team, 9 Road National Championships: '08, '09, '10, '11, '12, '14, '15

 

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"When I agreed to ride RAGBRAI (seven days across Iowa) as a Parkinson’s Disease patient I thought I could probably do 20 miles a day if I was lucky…Dr. Alberts coached me through the entire 464 miles!   I would never have imaged I could have done it.” 

 

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Dr. Jay Alberts received his Ph.D. in Exercise Science from Arizona State University.  He is an Assistant Professor in the School of Applied Physiology at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.  Dr. Alberts is an expert in quantifying upper and lower extremity movement patterns through the use of kinetic and kinematic analyses. His experience in biomechanics and motor control allow him to provide a scientific perspective to proper bicycle fit and pedaling mechanics.  Dr. Alberts’ educational background includes physiology, biomedical engineering, nutrition, statistics and sports psychology.

 

Cathy Frazier

Frazier Cycling Partner - 3 years, Pedaling for Parkinson's co-founder, 2003 RAGBRAI finisher

 Dr. Alberts with Cath Frazier at RAGBRAI

 

As a consultant to Frazier Cycling Inc., Dr. Alberts provides expertise in bicycle fitting, design of training programs and quantitative assessment of training programs.  He is the founder of Pedaling for Parkinson’s, a non-profit that promotes the benefits of exercise for Parkinson’s Disease patients through cycling.