As mentioned in the 4/17 update, our amazing clothing sponsor is sweetening the pot for everyone participating. They are giving … More
Author: Mike M
Quarantine Tour Updates
As you’ve probably heard by now, we’ve put together a couple of challenges to help keep you motivated and moving … More
Tour de Southern New Hampshire
Longtime team member and generator of copious amounts of watts, Matt Curbeau, had a great idea this week to help … More
Long Live the New England Training Crit, Part 3: Loudon
You probably thought we forgot about this series, but we did not! Just in time for the lull in the … More
Long Live the New England Training Crit, Part 2: Scarborough
A weekend training crit feels like a normal race but scaled way down. Everyone’s calm, there’s no real expectations and you try can new things. You can race your weaknesses and go way past your perceived limits.
If you blow up, just roll the half mile back to you car and laugh about it in the parking lot or wait until the pack comes around and jump on the back.