To complete the 100-mile MTB race in Leadville, Colorado, is every ultra-endurance rider’s dream. To finish it in under 9 hours is a goal that only a tiny percentage of Leadville riders reach. CCNS athlete and New Hampshire resident Matt Regan focused on that goal for the better part of the last year.
Riding 200 miles in one day is a feat that relatively few cyclists attempt! If this is on your bucket list, 2021 is your year to give it a go. This June, Coach Hunter will lead riders on the famed 200 on 100, Canada-to-Massachusetts route in Vermont. Here is what you can expect: Pre-ride planning […]
The goal of the CCNS TTT Series is to give teams and friends the opportunity to race outdoors in the face of current limitations that are affecting mass-start events. Series TT’s can be run when it is convenient for each team, and winners are determined by Strava segment times.
Phew! That was tough. Congratulations to Aidan and CCNS athlete Lucas Huesman. They were the only ones to finish the Breaking 4 Challenge in under 4 hours. It was close! The duo needed a bit of pacing from Coach Vivien, who dropped off the lead pace and sat up to be lapped 20 min later.
Today was a brutal stage three. If going round in circles for 100km wasn’t enough, there was the additional challenge of having all the categories on the course simultaneously. For two-plus hours, as groups passed one another, there was a constant battle to be in the front.
Results are posted! Overall GC standings include a couple of riders that were omitted from yesterday’s scoring. Keep up the great work everyone! We have a long and fast course tomorrow… The GC battle in each category is still up for grabs and a lot can happen in 100km! CLICK HERE FOR A PDF of […]
CLICK HERE FOR A PDF of the results CLICK HERE FOR A JPEG of the results WOMEN First Name Last Name City State Team Stage 1 Time Points 1 Rebecca Jaroszewski Vernon CT BikeReg | Share Coffee 26:21:00 16 2 Patsy Klotz windsor CT Velo Femmes 27:22:00 15 3 Lisa Lochner Hamden CT ERRACE 27:25:00 […]
The pressure was on this morning! The majority of our omnium riders chose to race early in the day. It felt like the Tour Du France Prologue at 9 AM today! The early pacesetter was 17-year-old Lucas Huesman, who was one of the first to take off from the start pen.
We’re getting excited… The friendly trash-talking has begun… Preparations and course recon’ing for the ZwiftOmnium is on par with any much-anticipated IRL (in real life) event! Scoring Notes and Event Details: The General Classification is by total points scored over the three events.
LET’S UP THE STAKES CCNS is organizing an omnium style “stage race” during April 10th, 11th, and 12th. The omnium will use established, well-attended Zwift events as the backdrop for the competition. Participants will be racing not just each other, but the entire race field as well, which can number into the 100’s at these […]