Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Did you hear about this?

We (The Weekly Race Series) will be holding a Cyclocross style race this Thursday, October 29th on the Euclid property in Heber starting at 5:30 p.m. This is a just for fun race for training. We will have 3 categories to choose from: Category 1 - 5 laps, Category 2 - 4 laps, Category 3 - 3 laps, each category should take approx: 40 min. and will start 1 minute behind the previous category. There will be a $1 entry fee with the entire take being raffled off to 3 lucky people after the race. Bring your single speeds, mountain bikes, and cyclocross bikes and join in the fun. If you have any questions send us an email through the help tab above. For an interactive view of the course click here.


Anonymous said...

If you could offer some tips about doing Leadville, what would they be? I am 57 and have dreamed (and trained for) Leadville for a few years now. I am going to submit for the lottery in 2010...
thank you KC

KC said...

I am no coach, but I can share what I felt really helped me. I would suggest early the season that your spring training should really focus on distance. Put in some long rides. While I am not a big fan of road riding, this is often easier on the road.
During the summer, when the mt bike season is in full swing do some cross country races. This will help get the high intensity training that you want. During this time, you probably do not want to as much long endurance. The most important thing is make sure you have done some rides that last as long as you anticipate being on the bike. Otherwise you risk running out of steam at the end and really suffering. Like I said this just seems to work for me. Best of luck--getting in and racing.