HOWTO: Ride your bike in the Tour de France
Google's own Dylan Casey will be speaking about his experience riding the TdF with the Lance Armstrong and the US Postal Team.
Check out http://www.dylancasey.com/ for more info about Dylan.
Speaker: Dylan Casey
Dylan Casey maybe best known for his prowess on the road these days, but he's also quite accomplished on the track. In 1998, Casey became just the third U.S. cyclist in history to win national championships in both disciplines, winning the time trial event in the National Road Championships and the pursuit event at the National Track Championships.
In 2000, Casey became an Olympian when he competed in the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. The year before he won a gold medal in individual pursuit at the 1999 Pan Am Games.
Casey has stage wins from the 1997 Tour of Ohio and 89er Stage Race and the 1998 Tour of Tucson, which he also won overall. In 1999, Casey came in third overall at the Tour of Holland, sixth at the First Union Invitational and competed at the Tour of Spain. Stage wins in 2000 included one each at the Redlands Classic, the Tour of Luxembourg, and the Four Days of Dunkerque.
Born in raised in California, Casey graduated from Las Lamas High School in Walnut Creek, CA in 1989. He then went on graduate from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.S. in communications information systems in 1994.
Google Tech Talks
May, 14 2008