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As part of the Source Endurance family, the focus is on you. Our highly educated endurance coaches have extensive experience in road cycling, mountain biking, cyclocross, gravel, time trials, track, multisport, XC ski, Zwift (virtual racing), and more. In addition, our in-house RDN expands our professional services and enhances the wealth of knowledge we leverage to maximize your coaching relationship and provide you with the tools to reach your goals.

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Camps & Clinics

Being at a Source Endurance cycling camp is like being a professional, but without all the pressure or hype. Enjoy learning from professional coaches and athletes in a comfortable, adventurous setting. We offer gravel, road, cyclocross and criterium camps.

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Athlete Spotlight

From Our training Blog

Gravel Worlds: Comparing Jay Thomas’ Championship in 2012 to 2022

The year is 2012 and Jay Thomas is a young 43 years of age and newly minted Gravel Worlds Champion. Even though he is officially an “aging athlete” Jay was very much holding his peak form from his mid-30’s. Jay came home with a victory, brand new rainbow-ish striped jersey, a sabre* and the swagger of a Gravel Worlds Champion. The winning time was 9 hours and 6 minutes.

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FROM OUR TRAINING BLOG

Tips for SPNDX Stampede Big Bear Edition Cycling Event

Blaize Baehrens Tips for SPNDX Stampede Big Bear Edition

By Source Endurance | July 25, 2018

SE athlete Blaize Baehrens shares his insider knowledge on the upcoming SPNDX Stampede Big Bear Edition: If you haven’t seen it yet, Hornbeck has been dropping some knowledge to get you prepped for the upcoming SPNDX Stampede Big Bear Edition on the SPNDX Stampede website.  He’s got some Tips for Riding at Altitude and a nifty 45 second…

Gravel Worlds: Comparing Jay Thomas’ Championship in 2012 to 2022

By Adam Mills

The year is 2012 and Jay Thomas is a young 43 years of age and newly minted Gravel Worlds Champion. Even though he is officially an “aging athlete” Jay was very much holding his peak form from his mid-30’s. Jay came home with a victory, brand new rainbow-ish striped jersey, a sabre* and the swagger of a Gravel Worlds Champion. The winning time was 9 hours and 6 minutes.

"My work/life balance has not always allowed me to train/race or even ride as much as I would like. I appreciate my coach for his willingness to adapt to my challenging schedule so that I am able to enjoy my limited time on the bike without feeling guilty or frustrated for having a lack of fitness. Adam and Source Endurance have been a great partner for the past 10 years both on and off the bike!" 

- Patrick Robinson

“My season goal was to finish DK200.  Goal crushed.  I can’t say enough how well the plan leading up to Dirty Kanza worked out.  Perfect on so many levels, I was beyond ready mentally and physically, evidence by beating my DK goal by almost 2hrs.  BWR challenged me technically, but the rest was a piece of cake in terms of my readiness for the duration and heat.”

– Sonja Johnson

“I’ve loved working with Grant and Source Endurance so far, really happy wtih the results I’ve been seeing this cross season!”

– Alex Edwards

“Just wanted to say the year is turning out okay despite rocky winter. Steady build has me seeing power numbers as high as I’ve seen in a decade. Now onward to DK 200. Thanks for the guidance!”

-Trey Harrison

“Basically just writing to say a big thank you.  I truly don’t think my performance would be where I’m at without the training regimen you provided. During those primes and sprints I felt unstoppable.  I was calculated, composed and even more importantly, coached, on exactly what I needed to do.”

-Chris Lowry- La Crosse, Wisconsin