Newsletter 49 | Winning Cry Baby, an Athlete Profile, and Coffee

Winning Atop Cry Baby

If you’re a fan of bike racing it’s hard to not get pumped on the Tulsa Tough weekend of racing.  An electric atmosphere, fan friendly criterium courses, and the best domestic racers all combine for a 3 day party on bikes.

In our latest post on the blog, DDA coach Sam Bassetti tells the tale of bouncing back after a frustrating off-season to grab the overall win at Tulsa along with victory at Cry Baby Hill.

Beyond the race story, this post is a really cool combination of narrative, great pictures, in depth data breakdown, and video from the race.  You can check it out by clicking on this link. 

Our Latest Athlete Profile

In our latest athlete profile we spend some time talking with Data Driven Athlete Carol Stauffer who just finished her second Dirty Kanza 200.

Carol has done a bunch gravel riding along with road racing and offers some great perspective on some of the challenges in both disciplines (along with how to come back after a scary crash).

An Update to Coffee

We’re constantly trying to keep our training and sports nutrition blogs fresh so on that note we just made a few small updates to our post on how coffee can improve your cycling performance.  Check out the post by clicking here.

Nate Dunn
Founder/Head Coach
Data Driven Athlete

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