Club President: Matt Schmuker Board Member(s): None Total Membership: 30 Club Dues: 150.00
Club Info: Team Apex Multisport is a Grand Rapids, Michigan-based multisport team offering athletes a chance to train and race together, as well as participate in various social events. The team focuses on triathlon and mountain biking events, but members participate in a wide variety of competitive sports. From beginners to elite triathletes, our members compete locally and nationally, with a diverse goals and expertise. The team was founded in 2010, with the goal of encouraging people to get together and enjoy outdoor activities.
Team Apex Multisport is proud to share a portion of our team dues with 20liters.org. This organization provides the tools to help less fortunate countries learn how to gather and clean drinking water. With the support of our sponsors and the dedication of our athletes, we are proud to compete and have fun as a team, year after year. Club Sponsors: Apex Landscape, Let Us, Cherry Rosso, Cutting Edge Builders, Hurst Mechanical, Rudy Project, Racer Racer, Village Bike & Fitness, Seung-Ni Fit Club, Fisen, Mindshare Marketing Group, Myracesticker.com Club Discounts: Please see http://www.teamapexmultisport.com/ for more information. Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): Please see http://www.teamapexmultisport.com/ for more information. Club Workout Schedule: Please see http://www.teamapexmultisport.com/ for more information. Club Meetings & Events Schedule: Please see http://www.teamapexmultisport.com/ for more information.
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