Sent to me earlier today, this may interest someone:
I am currently representing a notable sports drink manufacturer (High5) and we are need off around 14 cyclists on the weekends 20th-21st and 27-28th April for a unique research study, taking place at Hertfordshire University later this month. Participants will be selected on a first comes first served bases.
In short, the study aims to investigate whether High5s' race day strategy is better than cyclists who follow their own strategy. High5 are willing to offer between £100 and £200 of High5 products to each participant. The study will be conducted over 2 weekends and each participant will be required to complete a 90km bike ride followed by a TT. I am aware that many cyclists have races on the corresponding dates however the testing does present itself as a useful training session. For those expressing an interest I will attach further information of the study on request.
Please let me know if this would be off interest.
Lead Researcher: Scott Paulin
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