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Physio Racing Team Updates – October 2020

From the President – Dave Hogue Hey folks! Wow, I can’t believe it’s already nearing the end of October. Somehow, 2020 has felt like the longest year of my life, and also it keeps slipping away faster and faster. It’s been a busy month behind the scenes for the team! Registration for 2021 is underway…
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Meet the Officers & Board

Title Sponsor – Chris Robl, Physio RoomPrimary discipline(s): MTBWhat you love most about bikes: I used to race motocross and love bombing downhills!Why you joined Physio: 3 years affiliated with the team. I just loved seeing how many people we have at the races and it is nice to have that support and friendship at…
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Selecting Your Events

Written by our training sponsor Cody Waite, professional endurance athlete, endurance sport coach, and founder of Sessions:6 Sport Performance. Looking for help with your endurance sport training? Check out his Stock Training Plans, Custom Training Plans, and  Personal Coaching options created to fit your needs and budget. Daylight hours are shortening, leaves are falling, and temps are dropping… You’ve set…
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Season One Reflection: 1st year Physio Racing member Marcus Cooke reflects on his first season of road racing

Growing up I was always involved in sports. From elementary school through high school I excelled in track and basketball. Competitive sports stopped overnight after the final race of my senior year of high school. I missed the competition, the camaraderie and crushing the goals I would set for myself. Fast forward 17 years later to…
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Karen Hornbostel and the Cherry Creek Time Trial Series by Gary Harty

I’m sitting here reflecting on my return to bicycle racing last year and specifically on using the Karen Hornbostel Memorial Time Trial series at Cherry Creek Reservoir to reacquaint my legs and lungs to bicycle racing. The popularity of this time trial series is tremendous – and I cannot think of a better tribute to…
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Ride the Rockies from a Racer’s Perspective

Have you ever thought about doing Ride the Rockies? Maybe you’re concerned it won’t mesh well with racing? I thought it only appropriate to address these questions having done RTR six years in a row, including last year in the middle of my 21 race season. I also caught wind of a special opportunity (detailed…
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