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  1. 2014 NoTubes Trans-Sylvania Epic Mountain Bike Stage Race The fifth edition of the Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic presented by DirtRag is now underway! The Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic is a seven day mountain bike stage race scheduled for May 25-31, 2014. In addition to being a fantastic 3-7 days of mountain biking, the Trans-Sylvania Epic is our non-profit’s annual fundraiser event. The mission of The Outdoor Experience Organization [501(c)(3)] is to improve upon Pennsylvania’s network of multi-use trails. Through investment in trail sys...
  2. Update on ALP Cycles Swiss Miss “It’s important to plan structured, targeted and regular training followed by rest days and rest periods.” by Patricia Schwager, ALP Cycles Coaching ALP Cycles Coaching Swiss Miss, Patricia Schwager, has not been racing this year. Here’s why, and an update on her status. A lot of people are asking when I would be back racing – this blog is an update and confirms that I won’t return to professional racing. Since fall of 2013, I am dealing with an ongoing muscle/nerve injury in my right quad. A...
  3. Pactimo at Sea Otter 2019 Having the opportunity to immerse ourselves in everything-bikes-culture for a long weekend, is a great reminder of why we hit the pavement every week... by Ryan White, Senior Product Designer The Pactimo Team was excited to return to the Sea Otter Classic after a few-year hiatus during which we've seen a lot of exciting growth! At Pactimo, we know that our success is firmly rooted in our connection with our customers whom we like to think of as our Cycling Family. Events like Sea Otter o...
  4. Design Your Own Cycling Jersey Total Women’s Cycling and Pactimo have teamed together to bring you the opportunity to design your own cycling jersey. One lucky winner will have their design turned into a real jersey! How to enter Download the jersey template Either print the template and use paint, pencils and crayons to create your design or Download and use your digital creative skills! You can upload your design by either taking a photo with your phone or scanning it into the computer Visit the submission page on Tota...
  5. Shoulder Exercises and Stretches Every Cyclist Should Know "...keep up with shoulder-strength and chest stretches/openers as part of your strength/stretching routine." by Brianna "Brie" Walle, ALP Cycles Coaching One of the more common injury types amongst cyclists are shoulder-related. We spend countless hours bent over on the bike (in combination with desk-work) which lead to "rolled shoulders" / poor posture and eventually, injury. Many factors contribute to shoulder issues: a poor bike fit, lack of core strength, hours wor...
  6. How to Get The Most Out of Your Off Season "Racing this gravel race was a great learning experience and a great personal challenge." by Alison Powers, ALP Cycles Coaching Summer is winding down and many parts of the country have already seen a shift of weather, signaling the end of a long road season and for others the start of cyclocross season. Whether you take a break now from structured training and racing or do it after cross, it's important to get the most out of your off-season. This is where the biggest gains can b...
  7. The Colorado Classic - ALP Cycles Racing Race Recap “These 2 days of racing at a very high level were great for the team.” by Alison Powers, ALP Cycles Coaching and photos by SnowyMountain Photography Our new race team, ALP Cycles Racing, was lucky enough to race in the Colorado Classic - a 2 day event that raced through the Garden of the Gods of Colorado Springs on Thursday and up Moonstone Climb, a 1km climb that has sections of 15% grade, on Friday in Breckenridge. We had a team of 6 riders; Lynne Anderson, Kristie Arend, Rachel Plessing, ...
  8. Day 16: Salzburg to Mainburg It's all downhill from here, right? by Patrick Burns "For, after all, the best thing one can do when it is raining is let it rain." - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow We woke early to the gentle murmur of the Salzburg streets with gas station chocolate croissants to tide us over until breakfast. With the shortened days of alpine climbing behind us, we have many miles to make up if we are to get to Amsterdam on schedule. This means multiple 100-130 mile days in our future. We started of...
  9. Day 17: Mainburg to Bad Mergentheim "...the bike racks were even shaped like pretzels." by Donald Hess As Art Cahn predicted in the comments from yesterday, the day was going to be beautiful for riding. The temperature was perfect, just below 60 degrees, and the clouds were clearing. The terrain was very scenic, rolling hills with a series of small farms. Can you see the shadows of the 4 cyclists? Because of the distance of today's ride - 133 miles on the Garmin - our first stop was a little later than usual, ...
  10. Day 21: Arnhem to Amsterdam. The finish! "We had done it. Athens to Amsterdam in 21 days, and we beat the rain!" by Donald Hess Before going to bed last night, rain was on our minds. For the last few days, rain was predicted in Amsterdam and the forecast hadn't changed. We knew that it was unlikely that we could avoid it, but we were going to do our best to minimize it. Although we had planned to leave at 6:30, when we woke at 5:45, it was raining outside. We checked NOAA radar and it appeared the current storm cell woul...
  11. Pactimo Volunteers at Project ReCycle Project ReCycle is all about the bikes, but they are also all about giving kids the gift of believing in themselves. by Dianna McGhinnis, Marketing Coordinator Many Pactimo employees recently had the opportunity to work with Project ReCycle, a 501(c)3 organization that provides smiles to children all over Colorado via a bicycle. Their first run at this venture in 2010, led them to create a program that would not only guarantee smiles but would also influence academic behavior in a positive ma...
  12. Inside the Factory Put us up against anyone else in the industry and we'll beat them every single time on consistency and quality. Unlike most of our competitors, we own our factory and everyone who works there is an employee of Pactimo. That means we aren't leasing space in random factories around the globe where they're sewing bedspreads one day and cycling clothing the next. We only make athletic apparel. So you can be reassured that our employees are true craftsman and experts at what they do. A...
  13. SBT GRVL 2019 "The pace was lively, lines were tight, and the spirit of gravel was at volume 11." by David Newcomer / Customer Service Manager This year’s inaugural SBT GRVL (Steamboat Gravel) did not disappoint. Steamboat Springs was host to an amazing addition to the gravel calendar and they pulled it off in style. The morning start was a welcome and cool 43 degrees as we departed downtown in a neutral start north to Elk River Road. From there we started toward Clark and then onto a scenic climb...
  14. Pactimo Announces GAIA as September 10in10 Campaign Selection GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO September 1, 2013 – Pactimo, a Denver based provider of premium cycling and triathlon apparel, is excited to announce the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA) as their September 10in10 campaign selection. The 10in10 campaign was designed with the goal of benefitting ten non-profit organizations in 2013. The program commemorates Pactimo’s tenth year of operations, as well as its core mission of having a positive impact on society. “GAIA does amazing work providing heal...
  15. Pactimo Announces Light Gives Heat as July ‘10 in 10’ Campaign Selection GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO. July 1, 2013 – Pactimo, Colorado-based provider of premium cycling and triathlon apparel, has announced Light Gives Heat as their first ‘10 in 10’ campaign selection. The ’10 in ’10 campaign was designed with the goal of benefitting ten non-profit organizations in 2013. The program commemorates Pactimo’s tenth year of operations, as well as its core mission of having a positive impact on society. “We are excited to have selected LGH of Grand Junction, Colorado as our...
  16. New Zealand Team Enjoys Historic Day New Zealand enjoyed a historic day at the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships in Canada by filling two podium spots in the Tandem time trial event courtesy of silver medallists Phillipa Gray and pilot Laura Fairweather and the rookie pairing of Emma Foy and Gabrielle Vermunt, who secured bronze. It is the first time New Zealand has ever achieved two medallists in the same discipline (men or women) at a global Para-Cycling Championships (at either a World Championships or Paralympic Game...

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