Pro riders must train for a long season comprised of dozens of races. But how do you plan for a season that's comprised of just three or four total events?
The Pro’s Closet shows us the bike Colby Pearce rode to the U.S. hour record in 1995, the Lotus Sport 110
Velo columnist Phil Gaimon introduces readers to three riders that made it out of the EPO era clean, but not necessarily by choice
Colby Pearce's last day of the 2012 Breck Epic there was nothing left to do but kick a dead horse until it inched to the finish
Colby Pearce did the super stage race, following the Leadville Trail 100 with the Breck Epic. Here are some of his experiences
For a race like Silver Rush 50, Colby Pearce says he would never regret dual suspension, plus he shows off his prototype Kappius hub
Editor’s note:: Longtime pros Colby Pearce and Scott Moninger are heading up the new Horizon Organics-Panache Development Team. Pearce will be filing reports throughout the year on the trials and tribulations — and hopefully, successes — of this regional squad of younger riders. This is his fourth entry. Related: Previous entries. The Horizon Organic/ Panache Development team […]
I went into stage 6 of the Breck Epic optimistic. Because I had some serious mechanical issues on stage 4, I was completely out of GC contention, which allowed me to chill a bit on stage 5 and save some energy. It made for a nice chance to enjoy the view on Wheeler Pass, but […]
Since I was out of GC after yesterday's adventure into mid-stage bike repair, I took the opportunity to shoot some video footage of the race in action while we were on the pass. You will have to excuse a few mis-spoken words
Today was the third stage of the Breck Epic, and it was Epic.