Rider Resources

Robert Ellis basks in Midwest summer heat

From Robert: It’s amazing how quickly the seasons change. We had record rains and cold in May and suddenly it’s in the 90s and hay season is in full swing. Suddenly boom, it’s summer! No racing around here yet. When it first turns hot it’s tough to get used too. Kind of a power drain…

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Skyler Mackey creates new custom kit for his “going solo” debut!

From Skyler: Smack Racing is a go! Massive thanks to Vie13 Kustom Apparel and my dad for making this little project of mine a reality. With going solo this year I wanted something to call my own that would stand out Amongst the racing crowd and I think that goal has been achieved. I have…

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June Challenge: DIY Ride Food

Kristen Arnold MS, RDN, CSSD shares her favorite easy ride food recipe: sweet potato bites! This month, we challenge you to make your own ride food at some point- whether it’s Kristen’s recipe or something else. Kristen’s special tip for sweet potato bites: freeze leftover bites. You can put them directly in your pocket and…

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Lori McCarty gains new riding partner!

Since COVID, I struggled to find time and energy to ride my bike. Juggling new roles and developing new routines I wondered how I did it before. Luckily, Adam was encouraging and said not to worry, get it in when you can. He suggested I give Zwift racing a try. I’ve been hooked, it’s a…

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Casey Cohenmeyer sneakily snags sourdough at the Swift Sourdough Seekers Challenge

From Casey Cohenmeyer: We are all looking for some entertainment in this weird world we are living in right now. Enter the The Swift Sourdough Seekers. Rally Cycling pro and sourdough ninja Robin Carpenter came up with a rad game for us. He picks a Strava segment or two and we all go out and…

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Shadd Smith maximizes variety in training and adds exploration rides

From Shadd Smith: Since the start of the mandatory COVID-19 quarantine I have been working from home, home schooling my two teenagers, working on way overdue house projects and riding a shit load. With that said boredom has not entered my vocabulary not even once. On the cycling and training side of things, having a…

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Scott Rollins finishes century ride in under 5 hours!

From Scott:  I have always struggled with endurance. It seems like every time I hit mile 70 or so the legs give out. I wasn’t sure if it was nutrition related, a lack of strength, or my aerobic capacity. That has all changed over the past 10 months. I started working with Zack Allison with…

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May Challenge: At Home Strength Training

SE coaches and next door neighbors, Kristen Arnold and Zack Allison are challenging you to share your at-home strength workout or try theirs! Tag us on Facebook or Instagram in your at-home strength workout post or story in May for a chance to win schwag from ENVE, AMP Human, Chamois Butt’r and of course, Source Endurance! …

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Basic Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, Part 3: Foods to Boost your Fitness, Putting it All Together

Build a Strong Fueling Foundation for Victory, Blog Series Part 3 Now that we’ve discussed what nutrients are, macro and micro, we can start to put it into practice with foods! Below is a list of nutrient-dense foods which are rich in micronutrients and also high quality macronutrients. Nutrient density is a term used often…

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Tyler Reynolds joins Zwift Driveway Series and finishes 2nd

Riding on the trainer can be a drag for the most part, but my coach Adam and I have found a way to implement it into training and filling in what we can for racing with Zwift racing. The main Zwift race I do is the Driveway Series because it has great competition, a good…

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