DAN LARINO 2ND IN MASTERS AT GRANOGUE CXMELISSA TALLENT 1ST OA FEMALE AT QUANTICO SPRINT TRINICK LANDO IS MEN’S PRO XC MTB NJ STATE CHAMPIONLAURA SLAVIN IS WOMEN’S PRO XC MTB NJ STATE CHAMPIONJESSE O’DONNELL & GABRIELLE CZERNIK TAKE MEN & WOMEN’S OVERALL WINS AT OLD FORGE TRICHRIS GARATTI LANDS 3RD AT HARDCORE 24 WITH 16 LAP TOTALBARBOSSA & CONTENTO-ANGELL GO 2ND AND 3RD IN PRO AT XC NJ STATE CHAMPSRYAN COLLINS 1ST PLACE AT SHENANDOAH TTJEFF OLIVER 2ND AT SSCX 4/40+BRIAN BRESSLER TAKES 3RD IN A STACKED FINAL MFG RACEPro Factory’s Jess Robinson 5th in women’s open at Bearscat 50STACEY BARBOSSA 2ND AT COOPER RIVER, 10S OFF FIRSTRYAN COLLINS 3RD AT DAM TTBARIS AYTIN 3RD IN TT AT TOUR OF MILLERSBURGJESSE O’DONNELL 2ND MEN’S OPEN AT SILVERMINE TT STATE CHAMPSVICTOR GRAS TAKES 3RD IN GC AT GREEN MOUNTAINKENNETH ROWE 4TH AT DAM TTGRAYSON CHURCH WINS MAPLETOWN RRNICK MORELL LOCKS UP THE MID ATLANTIC SUPER SERIES 40+ CATEGORY – 1ST PLACE FOR THE SERIESPro Factory’s Nick Lando WINS men’s open at Bearscat 50
You Are What You Eat
There are a lot of things that happen in the sport of cycling and in life that you can’t control. I did not choose to flat out of 3 very important races this season. And I certainly did not choose to get a concussion and …read more >
If you are new to the world of Professional Mountain Biking, the USA’s domestic professional series is the Pro XCT series. It is split into two halves. From March until June, the races are on the west coast with California rounds close together and the …read more >
You Win Some, You Lose Some
This season was the hands down, the most successful season that I have had so far. I was riding with a raw speed that I had never had before. I chalk that up to a good amount of bike handling skills, the best xc race …read more >
Full Speed Ahead!!!!!
“They say that if you don’t get out of your head, you can attack yourself right out of the race before it even starts.” Nick Lando reflects on his his race at the 2017 Bear Brook Classic.
Turning over the Motor
Few things are worse than being sick right before the kickoff of a race season. Racing road bikes in the rain was probably not the smartest idea I have ever had. It had left me off the bike with a fever for several days. With a week and a half until the first Kenda Cup on my race schedule, that was one of the last things that I needed to happen.
Yin and Yang: The Good with the Bad
Approximately one year ago, I started working with Ken Lundgren. He has played a huge role in my physical conditioning, diet, and most importantly mental approach. He would always tell me that a good race your first race of the year was a bad omen. …read more >