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Rolling into Autumn..

by: Jim Fu 2015 continues to be a year of abundance for Epic Endurance Cycling. This includes the spectacular weather and prime trail conditions that we've been able to enjoy in ...

April - 28 - 2015

  After a seemingly endless winter break,  the local racing season finally got under way over the weekend at the 2015 Warriors Cycling|Rocky Mountain Endurance series Ridgeline Rampage. Thomas arrived at Bison Park in Castle Rock, CO in search of a three peat, having won this race in both 2013, and 2014.  Not certain of his form as he scaled back a little on his bike miles this spring in order to improve his swim and run for the Xterra Off-Road Triathlons he’ll be focusing later on in the summer. His Cannondale F29 was dialed in and ready to go Saturday morning. The race started out  [ Read More ]

March - 31 - 2015

Cannondale-Epic Endurance Cycling looks ahead to 2015 with every one of our team members catching our breaths after an incredible year of our lives and families growing, taking new forms, and moving around to new jobs and even new places. Through all of the chances, challenges, and choices we’ve met, our friendship has strengthened through the support we’ve given to, and received from one another. More than ever, this past year has affirmed us as team mates, not only kitted-up on our saddles astride our F29’s and Scalpels, but also extending into our lives-out-of-Lycra as spouses, partners, parents, neighbors, and  [ Read More ]

May - 7 - 2014

The second race of the 2014 season took place in Bear Creek Lake State Park in Lakewood, and the course is notorious for “goat heads” that can quickly turn a fun race into a struggle fixing a flat tire with sweaty and shaky hands. Thomas made sure he put some fresh Stan’s sealant into my Schwalbe Racing Ralph’s so he wouldn’t have to worry about any surprises on race day. The course was similar to the first race in that it consisted of five 10 mile laps for a total of 50 miles. The field once again was stacked with  [ Read More ]