CCNS Athlete Tom Regner is making a big push for 2022! This New Hampshire resident is a lifelong cyclist who wants to get faster on the bike. Specifically, faster going uphill! He came to CCNS to help him get there and the results he has seen so far have him excited for what lies ahead.
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.
Check out these photos from our recent 200 on 100 guided ride in Vermont. Congratulations to the 19 athletes that completed the ride!
CCNS Athlete Vassos Kyprianou started riding & racing in the early ’90s. He raced a lot for the first few years, sometimes north of 65 races in a season (wow!). He was a staple at the Bethel Spring series every year while joining in on events like KSR as a Masters 50+ racer.
CCNS athlete Bill Strebel is starting his second career as an endurance athlete. An accomplished Pro-Am rider as a twenty-something, he is now back at it, having more fun than he ever has, and making great progress by sticking to his training plan. In the span of 5 months, he dropped nearly 20 pounds and […]
Next Tuesday, December 29th, as part of CCNS’ Wintertide Rising Challenge, Coach Aidan will host a fun, 20-questions style ride up Alp du Zwift with WorldTeam Jumbo–Visma rider Sepp Kuss and Peter Thomson from Thomson BIke Tours. This will be open to all.
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.
Yale Police Department Patrol Officer Adam Marong has been a CCNS athlete for nearly a year. He finished off the 2019 season strong, and he continued to make significant progress through offseason training. He was able to race twice at the Frozen Four criteriums in Plainville before the COVID-19 crisis started.
From the archives… We hear from many people this time of the year that their focus is turning to lose weight ahead of the season. The holidays are over and it’s understandable we want to shed any of the weight we may have put on in the recent months.
CCNS athlete and Long Island resident Chris Schwenker is a true Zwift aficionado. An elite rider on the DIRT (Dads Inside Riding Trainers) team, Chris has logged thousands of miles and completed hundreds of intervals on the trainer. He has gone from mid-pack finishes in the races to several top-10’s in the recent month.