Tag: heartrate

  • Athens, Roswell power and lap data

    I am too tired to write up my race report tonight, but I wanted to go ahead and upload my power and heartrate data. I’ll be working on a full race report tomorrow! Athens Twilight heartrate summary Roswell Criterium heartrate summary 2011 Athens Twilight heartrate data 2011 Roswell Criterium heartrate data I had crashes in […]

  • Barbers Ride to Live Race Reports

    Wow, what a great day! This picture about says it all. My teammate Pat Allison won the Pro/1/2/3 race, and I managed to hold on for 3rd after putting in an attack on the last hill. Travis Sherman rode strong to finish 2nd after having won the Masters 30+ race earlier in the day. Summary […]

  • Which is tougher? Athens Twilight (USA Crits) or Sunny King (NRC)

    Hmmm, just got asked this question by @Nashvillcyclist – @nashvillcylist – an interesting question The short answer is that Athens Twilight is the more difficult race because there are so many more variables that have to work out perfectly for a good finish (or even to finish at all). On the other hand, Sunny King […]

  • Dothan Cityfest Criterium quick summary

    Lots of strong teams and strong riders made the journey down to Dothan for this fun, fast, well-organized criterium. The race is part of Dothan Cityfest with tons to do for the kids (everything from pony rides to jump zones) and some great entertainment for the adults too. Our pro/1/2 race had about 50 riders, […]

  • Tour de Tuscaloosa Crit – Quick Report

    We dodged the rain for the Saturday night crit here in Tuscaloosa, and scored a pair of top 10 finishes on the team. Team Type I had a really strong team here, along with Thomas Brown from Mountain Khakis, a strong Hincapie Development team, and strong riders from Herring Gas, Texas Roadhouse, Marx and Bensdorf, […]

  • Racing, riding, and climbing

    Racing – Southern Cross Ultra-endurance Cyclocross 2011 You could not pick a more perfect setting for any kind of bike race than Dahlonega, Georgia. Nestled right at the base of the North Georgia mountains is the home of the Six Gap Century, tons of climbing, and for the third year in a row – the […]

  • GSMR Training Race #1

    Excellent weather yesterday for our first team race of the year. About 20-25 guys lined up for the Category A race with our squad represented by me, Pat Allison, Chris Allison, Stuart Lamp, Mike Lackey, and Timo Stark. Other strong teams included Velocity Pro Cycles led by Ed Whitehorn and Preston Beasley; Bob’s Bikes/Alabama Masters […]

  • A very rainy Pine Mountain climbing loop

    I explored three new climbs today on a somewhat epic 103 mile ride in the rain with nearly 8500′ of climbing. Classes ended last week, and my students finished up their finals online today. With the icy roads and a very busy day of grading yesterday, I decided to take yesterday completely off. That opened […]

  • Gatlinburg Climbing and Crashing

    Me at the top of the Clingman’s Dome tower, Gatlinburg valley in the background Two days, 75 miles, one high speed crash, and over 12,000 feet of climbing! Read all about it below… Day 1 – Cherokee Orchard Climb and Gatlinburg Bypass Loop I just posted a few days ago about the awesome Double Oak […]

  • The Double Oak Way 1500 (aka fun in the off-season)

    The Double Oak Way 1500ft climb (medium version)Huge version (5.9MB) 3D map of the complete Double Oak Way 1500ft climb The Double Oak Way climb has been a favorite of mine since I first rode it a couple years ago after somebody at Tuesday Worlds mentioned that they had rode their motorcycle up it the […]