TTCF certifies Race Mechanics for first timeGary Acosta
Sunday, April 17 2016
The Trinidad & Tobago Cycling Federation this weekend certified 13 Race Mechanics for the first time in the organization’s 56 year existence. The course which has come into high praise by many, including those partaking in same, is yet another implementation that the TTCF has forged forward with to ensure the development of the sport in a holistic way.
The 13 newly TTCF certified race mechanics vary from throughout Trinidad & Tobago and have already put plans in place to established T&T’s first ever Bicycle Mechanics Association in an effort to further professionalize their trade and foster even better relationships with the cycling fraternity and the standing committees of the TTCF.
At the end of the course, instructor, Alan Sekowski was very pleased with the level of competence displayed by the participants and as well interest displayed by all those involved. Rodney Woods of Team Woods was also awarded a brand new Race Mechanic Bicycle Stand to aid in both his and his club’s development.
This course was made possible by the kind support of the Sports Company of Trinidad & Tobago. SporTT was key in ensuring that this investment into our human resource was successful.
Certified Mechanics (in no particular order):
- Rory Doughty
- Marc Codrington
- Troy Nelson
- Gregory Harrison
- Barry Luces
- Ronald Barnett
- Christopher Pitt
- Elisha Greene
- Rodney Woods
- Kevin Tinto
- Raymond Ramcharan
- Sheldon Ramjit
- David Francis
The TTCF will once again like to extend our sincerest congratulations to all the successful and newly TTCF certified Race Mechanics.