Drink coffee? Ride a bike? Sonoma State University wants you for a study.
Caffeine’s effects on cycling is the focus of a new study being conducted
by SSU kinesiology professor Bulent Sokmen.

Sokmen, an exercise physiologist, is looking for experienced cyclists who train more than 100 miles a week as subjects.

Subjects must be between the ages of 18-45 who could make a total commitment of approximately eight hours over several visits. He is looking for 10 males and 10 females.

Subjects will visit the human performance lab at SSU three times:
one for baseline testing (anytime of the day) and two in the morning for
experimental trials.

Participants should be able to complete two hours of intermittent exercises
and time trials immediately after.

Payment is $50 in addition to individual VO2max and body composition
results provided.

Interested persons should contact Sokmen at 664-2789 or
sokmen@sonoma.edu.