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Recent studies have shown that beet juice can actually improve economy, or gross mechanical efficiency, meaning more power is being produced for a given amount of oxygen consumed or energy burned. The ability to produce more power without using more energy can have huge ramifications over a day of hard racing or several hard days of racing. And for this to occur with a simple glass of beet juice a day is pretty amazing.
We were just ranked the #1 gran fondo in the United States by Gran Fondo Guide. We're honored, and proud. But it couldn't have been achieved without you, the rider who has been with us from the start. Being trend-setters is hard work, but we've stuck to it and people have noticed. Thank you!
This is undeniably one of the best spots for birds to watch the action on the Pacific Coast Highway along the Gran+ routes of Levi's GranFondo. We've seen a few photographers over the years scramble up this hillside as well, as evidence by this birds-eye view looking south. Photo: Darrell Parks, 2013.
Here's a throwback to 2009 when everything we did was brand new. Riders sail through a trough in the road at the spine of King Ridge. This is around mile 45 of the Gran route. Photo: Carson Blume
I ate oatmeal for breakfast nearly every day for over 20 years during my cycling career. Along the way I met Biju and he taught me his recipe. The oatmeal I was eating before Biju didn't compare to the oatmeal I ate after Biju. Biju's Oatmeal is not only mouth wateringly delicious but it's enormously more nutritious and my training and racing clearly benefited from it. ~Levi
Rain can be a great excuse for a rest day but sometimes it rains a lot, for extended periods of time, so sooner or later you're going to go crazy right?
Here’s a shot in the arm from the Meyers Grade descent above the Pacific Ocean just north of Jenner, CA. It's at mile 45 on the Gran/Fort Ross route, mile 60 on the traditional Gran and mile 75 if you're doing the Panzer.
As we make our way toward a decade of producing America’s Premiere GranFondo, our 9th year is poised to be something special. Each year we introduce something new. In January we will unveil a new, unique way of challenging yourself and others, as well as discounted hotel rates and other lodging opportunities. Until then, here's what you need to know.
Let's talk about what motivates and inspires us to ride. Motivation is the spark that gives us the power to push the pedals and pile on the miles.
Check out our mobility work with Dr. Kelly Starret!