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Adopt A Highway - Gripped Racing Cycling Team
4th Dec 2015 Posted in: Blog , Community , Events , Featured , Fun , Uncategorized Comments Off on Adopt A Highway – Gripped Racing Cycling Team

Before the leaves left the trees we gathered on North Glebe Road in Arlington to pick up trash and make this widely used stretch of road safer for everyone. It’s sad to see how much trash accumulates along this pretty stretch of road however we are very motivated to keep it clean and free of […]

Life In Utah
2nd Nov 2015 Posted in: Blog , Community , Events , Featured , Fun , Travel , Uncategorized Comments Off on Life In Utah

Life In Utah – You know that feeling when you go on vacation, the weather is beautiful, there are a million things to do, and you just want to get out and enjoy every minute before you have to go back home? That’s what it’s like living in Park City. It’s gorgeous every day, about […]

The World Comes to Richmond
29th Oct 2015 Posted in: Events , Featured , Race Reports , Uncategorized Comments Off on The World Comes to Richmond

A look back at the 2015 World Championships in Richmond, VA. Ryan: Just over three years ago I remember a quiet buzz beginning about the UCI Road Racing World Championships making its way to a city two hours South of DC. Luckily I had numerous friends in the Richmond area with rooms to spare so […]

A New Path in Norfolk, VA
27th Aug 2015 Posted in: Blog , Community , Featured , Fun , Uncategorized Comments Off on A New Path in Norfolk, VA

Imagine you are out on your bike.  It’s a beautiful day, clear skies and warm temperatures. Your chain is humming, your cadence is at 95 rpm. Your heart rate is climbing, and you look down at your power meter readings and see you are at VO2 Max, hammering away at 15 miles per hour in […]

Bike to the Beach Fundraiser 2015
24th Jul 2015 Posted in: Blog , Events , Featured , Uncategorized Comments Off on Bike to the Beach Fundraiser 2015

July 15 Gripped Racing hosted our annual fundraiser and again this year it was in support of Bike to the Beach which benefits AutismSpeaks. We nearly sold out the event which featured the broadcast of Stage 11 from Pau / Cauterets to Vallée de Saint-Savin in the 2015 Tour de France. Everyone who attended had […]

Camaraderie, Sportsmanship and Sisterhood - Claudette Archambault
24th Jun 2015 Posted in: Blog , Race Reports , Uncategorized Comments Off on Camaraderie, Sportsmanship and Sisterhood – Claudette Archambault

Last year, I got a bee in my bonnet to try duathlon.  I’ve always loved the freedom of running, and cycling is a passion.  Seemed like a good idea to combine the two sports in one focused race.  I was intimidated to try, but signed up for the Maryland Women’s Sprint  Duathlon which I’d heard […]

2014 DCCX Cyclocross Race - Rob Russell
4th Nov 2014 Posted in: Blog , Events , Race Reports , Uncategorized Comments Off on 2014 DCCX Cyclocross Race – Rob Russell

It was a glorious day at DCCX with cool temps, bright sunshine, a great crowd, and cold beer waiting at the finish.  I was really looking forward to this race because I rolled a tubeless tire on an off-camber rooted turn last year.  I wasn’t going to make the same mistake twice so I got […]

Matt Lee tackles the Shenandoah 100, or did it tackle him?
1st Oct 2014 Posted in: Blog , Events , Race Reports , Uncategorized Comments Off on Matt Lee tackles the Shenandoah 100, or did it tackle him?

I’ve done a couple 100 mile mountain bike races before (Fool’s Gold 100 in GA). I’ve done races with over 10,000 feet of climbing several times (once already this season) and after a solid summer of racing I was feeling pretty good about my chances at Shenandoah so I set a goal time of under […]

Summer 2014 - That's A Wrap!
10th Sep 2014 Posted in: Blog , Fun , Race Reports , Uncategorized Comments Off on Summer 2014 – That’s A Wrap!

After a particularly harsh Winter the Summer of 2014 seems to have gone even faster than normal. Here’s a quick recap of our FAT summer. Amidst the hoopla JB was at the People for Bikes booth helping get e-mails for the cycling cause. If you want your voice included when People for Bikes talk to […]

Early Season Races
12th Jun 2014 Posted in: Blog , Race Reports , Uncategorized Comments Off on Early Season Races

Racing season is in full swing and Gripped has been turning in laps and finding the podium at the end. Few weeks back a bunch of us showed up for the Melford Crit in Maryland, a fast, office park crit with gradual turns but enough pinches in the curb-lined roads to keep it sketchy. Matt […]

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