Sunday, August 19, 2007

Talk about a Pro! Tina Pic takes her 5th USA Cycling Criterium Championship!

This gal can sprint!

Tina Pic (Colavita Olive Oil-Sutter Home) collected her fifth national title in six years, while Daniel Holloway (VMG Racing) picked up his first on Saturday at the Elite USA Cycling Criterium Championship in the Chicago, suburb of Downers Grove.

What a run!

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Jeremiah Bishop takes 2nd at Finals, Ends Season 3rd!

Again, what can we say about the results our pro men and women are showing? We can say that your fit can make or break your season. Only over the course of some time can one show what is possibly the very best fit. We call this a "TREND!" We can't claim anything, neither can the other fitting systems. However, we can go to the end of an all-out mountain bike war and show who is at the top!

Having results and success shows that Wobble-naught CAD and Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish really makes a difference. There are a lot of ideas on how a bike should be set up. We take our ideas to the race and show the difference it makes over and over! We speak the truth, which is all we can do!

We have racers who experience our fit, and later they change it due to outside pressure and ideas. We have seen past US Champions pressured to do something different, they are looking for something more. This makes us sad after all the work we have done, only for them to fall short of their dreams.

Congratulations to all the racers who stayed with our CAD fit. You just had your best season to date! You know that the fit makes a difference! Results speak loud and clear!

Kabush thus claimed his third victory in the series, beating Horgan-Kobelski 900-832. Bishop wound up third with Wells and Barry Wicks (Kona-Les Gets) rounding out the podium.

2007 National Mountain Bike Series Finals
Cross country

1. Geoff Kabush (Can), Maxxis, 1:38:20
2. Jeremiah Bishop, Trek-Volkswagen, 1:38:21
3. Adam Craig, Giant, 1:40:50

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Use our CAD and your game will never be the same!!!

Gould Makes History - Sweeps The 2007 Series!!!

Gould clinch ed the NMBS XC title!

August 11, 2007

Gould sweeps the series.

Georgia Gould sticking to our fit program, had a season that saw her spring to the top of American women's cross-country racing. Georgia Gould won the sixth and final round of the 2007 National Mountain Bike Series on Sunday in Snowmass, Colorado. In doing so, she became only the second woman in series history to sweep the series. Mountain biking great, Juli Furtado, owner of 26 NORBA cross-country wins, swept the old NORBA series in 1993.

Gould already had the overall locked up heading into the Snowmass finals. Still, the 27-year-old admitted the buzz surrounding her potentially flawless season brought some extra pressure to bear.

Gould took the series with a perfect 910 points, while Luna teammates Nash and Shonny Vanlandingham grabbed the second and third spots.

How can we ask for more? We had a history-making year for Georgia, and Shonny came in 3rd!

Check out Sundays Short Track Results. Georgia must have blinked her eye? Sue Butler has her best results yet!s
Lunas are bad to the bone!

Race 15 - August 12: Pro Women Short Track,


1. Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Womens MTB Team 0.24.02
2. Georgia Gould (USA) Luna Womens MTB 0.01 (Wobble-naught CAD & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish)
3. Heather Irmiger (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher 0.19
4. Shonny Vanlandingham (USA) Luna Womens MTB Team 0.34 (Wobble-naught CAD & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish)
5. Willow Koerber (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher 1.11
6. Zephanie Blasi (USA) Kenda/X-Fusion/Titus 1.57
7. Lea Davison (USA) Trek/Vw 2.05 (Wobble-naught CAD & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish)
8. Kelli Emmett (USA) Giant MTB Team 2.24
9. Chloe Forsman (USA) Luna Womens MTB Team 2.42
10. Jennifer Smith (NZl) Trek/Vw 2.51
11. Sue Butler (USA) Bear Naked/Cannondale MTB Tm 2.52 (Wobble-naught CAD & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish)

What's in your game?

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Nat Ross & Rebecca Rusch are 2007 National Ultra-Endurance Champs!

The final standings for the 2007 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Ultra-Endurance Calendar are as follows:

Men’s Individual Standings:
1. Nat Ross (Boulder, Colorado/Subaru-Gary Fisher) 130
2. Tinker Juarez (Downey, California/Cannondale) 90
3. Rob Lichtenwalner (Nazareth, Pennsylvania./Bare Naked-Cannondale) 90
4. Travis Brown (Durango, Colorado/Trek-FRS) 90
5. Chris Janiszewski (Gainesville, Flordia.) 65

Women’s Individual Standings:
1. Rebecca Rusch (Ketchum, Idaho/Red Bull-Specialized) 160
2. Carey Lowery (Athens, Tennessee/Team Outdoor Store) 130
3. Monique Sawicki (Mililani, Hawaii/Ergon Elsworth) 60
4. Lynn Stott (Boise, Idaho) 60
5. Christina Smith (Denton, Texas/Team Ortho-Sage Cycles) 40

2007 UCI MTB Championship Team (4 Wobble-naught Nominations)

Nominations to 2007 MTB World Championship Team announced

Colorado Springs, Colorado (August 6, 2007)—USA Cycling announced today the 61 athletes that have been nominated to represent the United States at the upcoming 2007 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Fort William, Scotland, Sept. 3-9.

With only one year remaining until the Olympic Games in Beijing, American cross country athletes will square off against fellow 2008 hopefuls from across the globe in the only Olympic discipline of off-road cycling. Seven men and eight women have been nominated to the elite cross country squad.

Adam Craig (Bend, Ore./Giant) received the only automatic nomination to the men’s team after winning the 2007 USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships last month. He was joined by Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski (Boulder, Colo./Subaru-Gary Fisher), Todd Wells (Durango, Colo./GT-Hyundai) and Jeremiah Bishop (Harrisonburg, Va./Trek-VW) Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish, who were nominated via coaches’ selection, as well as Michael Broderick (Chilmark, Mass./Kenda-Seven), Barry Wicks (Corvallis, Ore./Kona) and Carl Decker (Bend, Ore./Giant), who received discretionary nominations.

On the women’s side, Willow Koerber (Ashville, N.C./Subaru-Gary Fisher) and Mary McConneloug (Chilmark, Mass./Kenda-Seven) were automatically nominated – Koerber by virtue of her two podium performances at UCI World Cup events this year in Switzerland and Canada, and McConneloug as the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Champion. Heather Irmiger (Boulder, CO./Subaru-Gary Fisher) and Georgia Gould (Ketchum, Idaho/Luna Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish) were coaches’ selections. Sue Haywood (Davis, W. Va./Trek-VW), Lea Davison (Jericho, Vt./Trek-VW Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish) and Shonny Vanlandingham (Durango, CO./Luna Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish) received discretionary nominations. Vanlandingham and Haywood both declined their nominations and will be replaced by Kelli Emmett (Colorado Springs, CO./Giant).

Hanes Park Classic - Tina Pic is the "Sprint Queen".

Hanes Park Classic, Winston-Salem, NC August 5

Men's Top 10:
1. Ivan Dominguez, Toyota-United
2. Jeff Hopkins, Jittery Joe's
3. Klaber Ramos, Garneau-Crocs
4. Dominique Rollin, Kodak Gallery-Sierra Nevada
5. Jeremiah Wiscovitch, Rock Racing
6. Ricardo Escuela,
7. Sebastian Haedo, Rock Racing 8. Anibal Borrajo, Rite Aid Pro Cycling
9. Uriel Rayo
10. Karl Menzies, Health Net-Maxxis

Women's Top 10:
1. Tina Pic, Colavita-Sutter Home Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
2. Laura Van Gilder, Team Cheerwine
3. Katharine Carroll, Aaron's Corporate Furnishings
4. Gina Grain,
5. Kori Seehafer, TEAm Lipton Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
6. Erica Allar, Salamander Racing/Team Fuji
7. Lauren Franges, TEAm Lipton Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish

Monday, August 06, 2007

Jeremiah Bishop (Trek/VW) takes Wilderness 101!

Wilderness 101
State College, Pennsylvania, USA, August 4, 2007


Jeremiah Bishop (Trek / VW) had a blazing fast victory at the Wilderness 101. If you have not been back east, you might be amazed how steep and twisty some of the roads are.

Bishop, fresh off last weekend's NMBS cross country win in Sugar Mt. NC, held off last year's NUE series winner, Harlan Price (Independent Fabrication), by just under six minutes in the 100 mile race.

Jeremiah looks to be back in form and finished in 6:52:07. Long-time endurance racer Tinker Juarez (Cannondale), Brandon Draugelis (Bear Naked Cannondale), and Sam Koerber (Pro Bikes), the brother of pro racer, Willow Koerber from Brevard, NC(Subaru / Gary Fisher), rounded out the top five.

I was just in Brevard, NC to attend the passing of my father, Thomas L. Coleman Sr. Brevard, North Carolina is where I grew up and I had not been there in 32 years. The town is not the same, but the steep mountains and rain remain! Ha! When it rains there, the streets look like streams and rivers! To keep from killing my shoes,I removed my leather Keen's and walked bare-footed in 3 inche deep water on the sidewalk to our car. "Tarheels". Brevard is known as "The land of waterfalls", from all the streams and the sky!