World Champion, US National Champion, Olympian, and COS Racing Team athlete Chris Murphy wins three golds and one silver medal at the 2017 US Para Track Nationals in Colorado Springs on 2-3 December 2017, while setting a new national record in the kilometer. This follows his gold medal in the men’s C5 1-kilometer time trial at this year’s UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships. #cosracing
On 24 June 2017, COS Racing rider Jon Harp secured 1st place in the United States Endurance Cycling Federation (USECF) Gravel Grinder National Championship at Clinton Lake State Park, Lawrence, Kansas. Jon dominated the Men’s Masters 50-54 category finishing over 13 minutes ahead of the nearest competitor and 4th overall against a field professional and elite gravel riders. Jon spent much of the 113-mile race in a five-person chase group pursuing a two-man breakaway. Jon took second in the sprint for the line from the chase group resulting in an overall 4th place finish. As a result, Jon earned the USECF National Championship jersey for 2017.
Team, the first coaching clinic of the season will be happening December 2, 2015 starting at 5:30 in the evening. This clinic will be hosted by Daniel of Matheny Endurance. He will be discussing Strength Training for Endurance Athletes (see flier below)
Although participation is not required, it is limited. We can only accept the first 20 people to respond to the event. An email will be sent out to the members that aren’t on Facebook. We will post a message on the event page notifying people when it is full.
On Saturday December 13, 2014 the COS Racing team gathered at America the Beautiful Park to clean up the paved trails around the area. The majority of the team headed south on the paved trail leaving the park while others went across the river and started cleanup efforts there. Within 2 hours the team had gathered enough trash to fill 30+ trash bags and they were able to remove 7 shopping carts from in and around the river. The only thing preventing the team from continuing their efforts was the loss of sunlight and they ran out of trash bags. Another event will be planned in the near future to continue the community service efforts that are required to keep this city beautiful.
Clean up the debris on the upper switch back in Cheynne Canyon. With so many riding this area we thought it was a safety hazard for descending and spinning out when ascending. Should make this area a little safer for the cycling community. We even found a bicycle sign buried under the dirt on the road.