Year: 2009

By Head Coach Scott Saifer This article was originally published in ROAD Magazine in May 2009. What takes place… is believed in only after it has been accomplished. There will be great progress and success. Advantage will come from being …

Zen and the Art of Bike Racing – Relax, Focus and Enjoy the Contradictions Read More »

We’ve all been impacted by it, in one way or another; whether personally, professionally or financially every one of us has been hit in some way by the global downturn in the economy. We’re dealing with less money in our …

Finding Motivation in a Down Economy Read More »

by KC Wilder, PhD Question: I had a pretty major crash in a criterium two years ago. I cracked my helmet in two and separated my left shoulder in the crash. I took a year off from cycling so that …

Sports Psychology Q & A Returning to Confidence After a Major Crash Read More »

by James Hibbard The time of year is fast approaching when many athletes will fly to their annual target events. When competing at a major event, it is critical to arrive not simply physically prepared, but also psychologically calm. Critical …

Traveling with Bikes Read More »

Bike racing is fun and exciting. Bike racers are generally happy, healthy people. They have things to do on weekends. They have goals that give meaning to their daily lives. This is all great for people who already race bikes …

From Couch to Podium: The Road to Fitness and Why It’s Not Too Late to Get Started Read More »

by Mike Henderson How many times have you gotten to your hotel during a business trip, looking forward to a workout only to realize you didn’t have your clothes.  Or, maybe you had your clothes but it was late at …

Training While Traveling for the Busy Business Person Read More »