Holiday Nurtrition Tips

The holidays are upon us! The time of year for celebrating with loved ones, usually served with generous amounts of food and alcoholic beverages. With so many opportunities to indulge during the holidays, it difficult for even the most disciplined athlete to stay focused on training and proper nutritional. While it is true that one should resist…

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Jens Interview

A local bicycle coalition sat down with Jens to get his perspective on his upcoming Gran Fondo. Enjoy the interview! 1. Why did you decide to get involved with Marin County Bicycle Coalition for the Jensie Gran Fondo?    First of all, I love California. And what I love more than California is riding my bike…

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Jensie Route Changes

JENSIE ROUTE CHANGES Due to ongoing construction on Bolinas-Fairfax Road up to Alpine Dam, the Jensie Gran Fondo has been forced to reroute the courses for 2016. Both the “Shut Up Legs” and “Presidential” courses will have new and exciting routes for this year.  Thanks to a world-class network of remote roads, hidden climbs, and…

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Training Ride: Sat, 8/20

Join Dana Williams and other Achieve athletes this Saturday for a fun, aerobic spin. There’s no better way to prepare for the Jensie Gran Fondo than to motivate with other like-minded riders.  We encourage you to come out whether you are training for the Shut Up Legs, Presidential, or Break Away routes. Ride departs the Rapha Cycle Club SF, this Saturday, August 20th.…

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Training Ride: Sun, 7/31

Join us for our next training ride Sunday, July 31st and test your fitness as we ride the iconic Reverse Stinson loop. Ride Details: Location: Studio Velo – 31 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941 Date: Sunday, July 31, 2016 Ride: 8:00am departure Route: Reverse Stinson Loop RSVP to: info@thejensiegranfondo.com   Pre & Post Ride treats…

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Straight from Skratch

1)You sweat whenever you are doing something that makes you really hot like working out or mowing the lawn in oppressive heat. 2) Sweat has fluid and electrolytes like sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and chloride. 3) While all electrolytes are important to your body’s function and performance, sodium is by far the most important electrolyte,…

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