Do you want to start racing in Colorado and you aren’t quite sure where to begin? Or perhaps you are Pro 1-2 looking for change? Somewhere in the middle? Twin Peaks runs the gamut and like all teams we expect commitment, but we understand that our team members are moms and dads, students, care-givers, etc. In other words, very hard working folks with obligations.
TPR has a wide range of racing ages and disciplines. We offer a supportive team environment and look forward to hear from you. Please complete the form on the Join Us page and we’ll be touch within 24 hours. Or reach out to Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Twin Peaks Racing chose 2015 to update our look, having migrated to Primal’s Helix group of products. It was also time for a refresh on the team logo, as the team has changed a lot over the years. So, here it is!
Last night a group of us new Stages Power Meter owners got together for an informal presentation on how to get started with our new power meters. As I’ve been training with power since 2007, I tried to share some practical advice on gathering data, doing structured intervals, head unit and software issues, with a primary focus on physiologic training levels and the true power of using a power meter, tracking your training load over time (the Performance Management Chart).
We will probably plan a follow-up clinic in a few months after people have had a chance to gather some data, so if you’re interested in participating shoot me an email.
Power Meter ride file
Mean Maximal Power chart
Performance Manager Chart