Category: race results

Do You Want to Share an Article or Create a Post on the Site?

The better question would be, do you want to share your story? pR has grown significantly since it started in early 2014.  We have added a functioning board of directors, developed a structured annual plan and worked really hard to create one of the best team communication websites around.  So, what does this mean for…
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Katie Trotter’s Battle of the Bear WIN REPORT!

“If you’re not first, you’re last” was the unfortunate reality of my race at the 2016 Battle The Bear. I entered a field of two – first, or last. The other rider in my category is someone that I have battled very closely with, neck-and-neck, on several occasions in the past. Frustrating and seemingly never…
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David Trotter’s Battle of the Bear WIN REPORT!

Leading up to Battle The Bear, the majority of my training consisted of intervals, of various intensities and durations, taking place in my living room, on the trainer, most evenings after work for the past three months or so. I’ve had a few early morning rides, a few quick after work rides and some enjoyable weekend…
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Classica de Rio Grande Win Report

I want to keep the tradition of winners creating and posting race reports so that everyone can participate in, and perhaps learn from, the race experience… So here goes: The Clasica de Rio Grande is one of the best, long, road races that we have on the cycling calendar. If you are not familiar with the course,…
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Will’s Win

To start off I just wanted to say that a year ago if you told me I’d be writing a race report for a win I would not have believed you.  My season last year was a struggle. I would get dropped from the main group quickly and then just struggle to not finish last. …
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Race Report: Deer Trail Road Race

by Will Pirkey Deer Trail is an interesting race. For one, a small Eastern Colorado town is a bit of an odd place for hundreds of cyclists to invade. On the road we dealt with deceptively hard rolling hills (2500 ft of climbing in 43 miles), hotter weather than we had all May, unpredictable winds,…
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Aaron’s Win – Look Back and Lessons Learned

From Chip: Aaron Hugen is a both roadie (Cat 3) and MTB’r (Cat 2) and a generous advisor / volunteer to pedal Racing. I could fill a book with what he’s taught me. He also won at Ridgeline and at my request, has given us this great write-up on the occasion… After more than 3 years of…
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