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Archive for June 2018

Rider Highlight: Whitney Allison finishes 7th at US Pro Nationals Time Trial

Whitney Allison of Hagens Berman Supermint Women’s Professional Team recently competed at the US Pro Nationals Time Trial in Knoxville, TN, where she sat in the hot seat all day, ultimately finishing 7th. Photos courtesy of SnowyMountain Photography. How’d the race go down for you? The course was new this year- I had a good idea…

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Neil Shirley's Final Thoughts on DK200

As we’re all slowly crawling out of our post- Dirty Kanza 200 hangover, I wanted to do one last blog post with some final thoughts about the work that Neil and I did together.  From the feedback Neil gave me during our debrief, here’s a quick summary of my notes: Neil didn’t think that he…

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Rider Highlight: Casey Cohenmeyer tackles the Italian Sausage Ride

SE Athlete Casey Cohenmeyer recently tackled the Italian Sausage Ride. While not an official event or race it is a gathering of riders possessing questionable judgement: 127 miles, 12k feet, 62 miles off road.    Here’s Casey’s Recap of the epic self-supported day: So what are you doing this weekend? ISR…. it’s kinda like Belgian…

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Cory Williams- 2018 Air Force Classic Sprint Analysis

  There is zero chance or randomness in a field sprint. In fact, the term “field sprint” is misleading.  What we witness isn’t a field sprint but more like a handful sprinters having at it with the remaining riders following and incorrectly believing that they have a chance. It is no coincidence that we would…

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Rider Highlight: Meet Robert Ellis Gravel Guru and Enthusiast

SE:  Want I to talk to you about gravel cycling in the Midwest,  and about the Trans Iowa. RE: Cool. SE:  Tell me about your cycling routine and your training during the year. RE:  I do base miles in the winter on gravel and on the road.  And I try to work on some endurance…

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Dirty Kanza 2018 Recap with SE Coach Adam Mills

What an adventure! I went to Dirty Kanza 200 to experience the event and to cheer on all my friends, as well as the many Source Endurance clients we had there.  While I’m sure I didn’t see each one of them, I’m proud of them all. I entered the 100 mile event knowing that any…

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