Tuesday, May 21, 2013
A BUSY AND SUCCESSFUL TWO DAYS
This past weekend...Nick Vita takes the Cat. 3 win at BikeJam/Kelly Cup in Baltimore on Sunday (pictured), Kim Zubris places 2nd and Michelle Lee 4th in the women's 3 and Kim follows that up with 6th in the 1/2/3. Kim and Michelle also place 1st and 4th in the omnium at Master's & Rookies racing at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center on Saturday. Jo Johnson puts racers half her age to shame there, too. Kristen Meshberg places 4th in the open women's race at the Elgin Cycling Classic in Illinois. Junior Bailey Semian gathers up valuable experience in her first pro national crit calendar race at the Wilmington Grand Prix, Rob Virelli finishes up strong in the Grand Fondo there. Three riders set new thresholds in and out of competition...That was a busy and successful two days!
Monday, May 6, 2013
COLLEGIATE ROAD NATIONALS, +
Not too shabby races at all at Collegiate Road Nationals in Ogden, UT this past weekend by 17-yr. old Bailey Semian, including 8th place in the Division II criterium.
Kimberly Zubris also continued to blaze the trail to a Category 2 upgrade with a win in the Women's 1/2/3 race at the Piscitello Law Great Valley Criterium in Malvern, PA.
Monday, April 29, 2013
BRINGING LITITZ OUT FOR A BIKE RACE
Nice win yesterday in the open women's race at the Rock Lititz Tour in PA by Kimberly Zubris out of a break of four. Julia Lonchar then brought the field sprint home for 5th. And check out the crowd!
Monday, April 15, 2013
WEEKEND RACE HIGHLIGHTS
Good races all around this weekend for Kim Geist Coaching athletes. Highlights were the win by Lee Sobotkin at the Readington Time Trial in NJ and 5th place by Nick Vita at Tour of the Battenkill in NY (from a field of 150 riders!). Jo Johnson also raced her way to become this year's Arizona State Criterium Champion in her age group.
Monday, April 8, 2013
GOOD NEWS ROLLING IN
Good news rolling in this week. Kim Geist Coaching athlete Brian Wacik receives a U.S. Paralympic grant after making the standard of the Emerging Athlete pool. And, Bailey Semian earns her Category 2 license upgrade on the road. Congrats to both!