Cascade Classic Results & San Rafael Sunset Criterium

The team is back from a long trip and big stage race in Bend, Oregon – the Cascade Cycling Classic. We scored three podiums, and two more top tens. Full results can be found here. Brandon scored two second place finishes, this one atop Mt. Bachelor, and a 6th overall in GC. Jess got barley … Read moreCascade Classic Results & San Rafael Sunset Criterium

Crusher in Tushar, SoCal Crit Racing and Cascade

The team had a great adventure to Beaver, Utah for the Crusher in Tushar and enjoyed a weekend at elevation gravel grinding and enjoying the the southern Utah Mountains. David made a sweet video of his experience out on the course here: Jess continued her domination of the 3s in the SoCal crit scene (results … Read moreCrusher in Tushar, SoCal Crit Racing and Cascade

Results: Nationals, CCCX & Long Beach Grand Prix

D. Priest (the Beast) took home 55th and 60th in the TT and road race this week in Louisville, Kentucky. A great showing for his first two races as a category one racer against the best amateurs in the country. TJ returned to racing for the first time in eleven months to snag his first … Read moreResults: Nationals, CCCX & Long Beach Grand Prix

Priest the Beast at Amateur Nationals

Our director David flew home to race in Amateur Road Nationals flying the #FigFast black and green flag in his home state of Kentucky – today he took 55th in the TT and tomorrow the road race kicks off at 7am EST. Follow live here: Live Timing from KY Morning Light Where can we get those … Read morePriest the Beast at Amateur Nationals

Lake Elizabeth Cat 3 Race Report by D. Silverander

Long Story Short It was stupid windy, which determined the dynamic and outcome of the race. I didn’t quite recognize this while we were racing, largely because I was too attached to my pre-race assessment that the climb would be the most selective element on the course. The main takeaway is that, in extreme weather, … Read moreLake Elizabeth Cat 3 Race Report by D. Silverander

Master’s Nationals Road Race Report from Q. Sims

I got to North Carolina Sunday afternoon and rode the course twice on Monday and once on Tuesday. After watching the previous races, I knew it would probably be a pack finish because the hills were not long or steep enough to keep the sprinters at bay. Personally, I was stressed. Resigned to mid pack … Read moreMaster’s Nationals Road Race Report from Q. Sims