Rider Resources

Adjusting goals and event predictions

2021, the first year of the new world, and we’ve been through a ton and we’re not at all out of the COVID woods. With everything that has happened in 2020, it’s easy to lose sight of what life was like and where we are heading for next year. There are many things that are…

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The Inaugural Belgian Waffle Ride Cedar City Experience, Explained

Adam Mills attended the inaugural Belgian Waffle Ride Cedar City late summer this year. He did a write up on this already legendary event over on Pure Gravel. Click below to check it out. Did you attend the event this year? Is it on your 2021 event list? Read it now.

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CdA and Aerodynamics of Cycling

Photo courtesy of SnowyMountain Photography. Seventy to ninety percent of the opposing force you face as a cyclist on a flat road is aerodynamic drag. Most of us have felt the experience of drafting before, or even a tailwind versus a head wind. This is the greatest drag we face on the bike and changing…

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Meet SE Coach Taylor Warren

Taylor Warren just joined the Source Endurance coaching team. Taylor began his cycling journey on the bike path as a kid and fell in love with racing shortly after. He’s spent time at the top in road and track, holding National Championship titles and racing professionally on the road with 303 Project.   How did…

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Pre-order Your Source Endurance Gravel Kit

source endurance gravel kit

It’s that time of year again…the Source Endurance kit pre-order time is here! We use Castelli Cycling for our kits. This time we have the Podio Jersey and Team Bibshort in both men’s and women’s sizing, plus the unisex MTB jersey. Jersey options pair well with the Unlimited Baggy Short.⁠ ⁠ Castelli Cycling has been…

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SE Athlete Meagan Gehrke breaks Trans Ohio record

Meagan Gehrke

On Saturday, October 3rd, Meagan rode her bike across Ohio. “We rolled out at 5:07am and it was 35 degrees with a frost warning. Clothing-wise I decided on a wool buff, wool base layer tank, my MFF Summer weight LS, my LGS winter jacket, a cycling cap, wool glove liners, Specialized long finger fall gloves,…

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Dylan Zakrajsek comes back from bad crash to win his first race back!

Dylan Zakrajsek

Over the course of the past few weeks I have continued to train and do more recovery from my hard crash back in February. This past weekend I did my first race since the crash and man was that fun, and I won! Being able to get back in-between the tape and shake some of…

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Weight Cutting for Cycling E-Racing

Indoor Training Smart Trainer

Cycling is adding a new discipline of racing in the form of e-racing. E-racing can be done on various platforms including (Zwift, RGT, Rouvy, Bkool, and FulGaz). Racers are required to have a bicycle and a stationary trainer with a power meter. At the high level of e-racing, racers are required to have a smart…

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Virtual eRacing: Let’s Talk About Weight Cutting

Indoor Training Apps

The rapid rise of bicycle racing in virtual environments has led us to an interesting moment in time, where we are witness to the real-time emergence of an entirely new sport, a sport that will increasingly face the need to develop a set of systems and practices that reflect its unique identity, distinct from the…

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Performance Improvement and Pitfalls in Weight Cutting for Virtual eRacing

“That rider is cheating at e-racing (Zwift)!” seems to be a common utterance among virtual e-racers (Zwift, RGT, Rouvy, Bkool, FulGaz) regardless of what platform they’re using.  Without a doubt every platform has cheating issues that they’re working hard to remedy and I’m sure there is significant progress being made. However, the rider could simply…

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