2017 Team Meeting

Annual meeting - done! O's showed up in force yesterday to kick off the 2017 season at North Lake Physical Therapy's Northwest Portland location. We ate, we drank (Laurelwood, of course) and learned about new leadership and sponsor updates. Check out the meeting recap, below, and don't forget to register as a 2017 ... More

Baker City Cycling Classic 2016: P/1/2 Race Report

After some success in 2015 which saw Team Oregon put two Elite team members into the top ten of the final GC at the Baker City Cycling Classic in a stacked P/1/2 field, we returned this year with the goal to land one of our GC riders on the podium... More

MUSCLE CRAMPS: Facts, Myths, and Action Items

By: Melissa Shays, ND, LAc and Chris Swan, Cycling coach and Licensed Massage Therapist, #18718   Why do muscles do this to us?  They twist and tighten and don’t let up.  With no scientifically proven reason, they can help you sprint past your lead out or stop you in your tracks. There are plenty of ... More

Team Training camp 2016!

SPRING TRAINING CAMP Regardless of ability, we promise that you will increase your fitness, learn new racing skills, and ride better as a team! Although we strongly recommend that you do a little “riding” before the camp, the camp is open to all current 2016 Team Oregon members regardless of ability and fitness level. ... More

Canadian Track Championships – Team O racing the boards!

Team Oregon racer Emmet Culp had the opportunity to race the Canadian National Track Championships in the Elite Omnium. He brings back a tale of glory from the land up North and scored some impressive results at his national premier. More

Cascade Cycling Classic: One for the Home Team

The coolest thing about our presence at the Cascade Cycling Classic might not even have been how well our Elite guys performed (Andrew Boone, 2nd overall!), but how well we represented across categories. We had Sophie Andrews in the women’s race get 3rd in the crit and ride strong against a tough field in the road races. And we had a 1st place finish from Phil Kerns in the cat 3 Awbrey Butte Road Race. Cameron Clark and Kent Ross even managed to hold their own in the Pro race in some Team Oregon kit. More

Baked in Baker

Most years, the Baker City Cycling Classic is the hardest race of the season. But this year’s BCCC might have been the most challenging test of stamina I’ve ever endured. We loaded up the van Thursday night with the intention of driving halfway to the race that evening and making a rest stop in Pendleton. There ... More

High and Dry

Cameron’s house turned out to be the best place to stay because it was immediately adjacent to Long Board Louie’s – the only burrito place in Bend (worth visiting). We ate dinner there the night before our race and Lockwood found a punch card for a free burrito that was almost like half full. More

A Capital Idea

Between the morning TT and the afternoon crit I ate a number of eggs, w/ toast and pretty much never stopped brewing cups of coffee. Which was fine, because I’d bought a 1 lb. bag of Starbucks pre-ground, medium roasted, house blend just for this event. More

That Crazy Tour of the Gila

We might be crazy, but my boy Keegan O’Neill and I had one hell of a time racing Silver City, New Mexico’s Tour of the Gila last week. More