SoCalCycling.com Team rider Michael Smith Larsen climbs the final ascent up Mt. Baldy up the steep switchbacks. After the climb, Michael also gives his thoughts on the climb and how he thinks Stage 7 of the Amgen Tour of California will play out for the riders. A must see for cycling fans & riders! Video Timeline: Intro by Michael: 0 – 00:18 secs Climb up Switchbacks: 00:19 secs – 22:30 min Interview with Michael after Climb: 22:30 – 24:06 Visit SoCalCycling.com for coverage of the Amgen Tour of California.
Congrats to the SoCalCycling.com Team.com on a great ride at the San Luis Rey Road Race! David Robertson WON the Pro 1/2 race after teammate Shawn VanGassen’s early break was caught! Lucas Binder of the SKLZ – Pista Palace Team wrote a nice race report that was featured on SoCalCycling.com.
By Michael Smith Larsen, SoCalCycling.com Team The SoCalCycling.com Team has been fortunate to have Michael Smith Larsen riding for the Team this season. Michael, who is from Denmark, has competed in more than 20 professional Six Day races in Europe. He is a former Danish Champion, has medaled at European Championships in the Madison and has ridden for multiple UCI Continental team in Denmark. We are excited that Michael is riding for the SoCalCycling.com Team and racing in SoCal with […]
The SoCalCycling.com Team’s recent photo shoot produced some fantastic photos that will be used on the Team’s web site, promotional materials and for sponsors. The shoot was held in the beautiful Claremont Colleges and Bonelli Park.
SoCalCycling.com is proud to announce our continued support and sponsorship of the SoCalCycling.com Elite Team for the eighth year. We are excited to continue our partnership with our co-sponsors Bull BBQ and Echelon Design in 2011. Team Director, Frank Sarate, has structured the Elite Team to include nine Category 1/2 riders. The team is comprised of a balance of seasoned riders and up and coming riders including Frank Sarate, Raul Frias-Estrada, Michael Smith Larsen (Denmark), Ruben Meza, Waylon Smith, Taylor […]
The Time Trial was slated for Thursday afternoon and my start time was just after 1pm. It was a 35km course with a 10-12km out and back followed by a 10-12 km lollipop loop. The way out was a solid, gradual uphill and the way back in was screaming fast! The loop was hilly, with a few power climbs and exposed to the wind and some super fast sections as well. I lined up a quiet spot under the shade of a tree and grabbed a double espresso before hoping on the trainer. I began my typical warm up, pedaling easy for 20-30 minutes then slowly ramping up the intensity in shorter 1-2 minute intervals with good recovery between. It was definitely a bit warm today, and super dry as usual.