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Race Reports

Baker Gets Flat and Fast: Time Trial and Crit Racing Action!

Published by HPCCycling on 04 Jul 2014  |

Time trial and Crit racing action from the 2014 Baker City Cycling Classic!

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Back to Baker City: Stage 1 of the Cycling Classic

Published by HPCCycling on 29 Jun 2014  |

After a tremendous race weekend in 2013, where the team claimed three of the four stage wins and claimed second in GC with Galen Mittermann, a motivated squad headed east once again to go for glory in Baker City.

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Gunning for Gresham: Criterium in Video

Published by HPCCycling on 18 Aug 2013  |

The HPChiro-RPM team sent a small but effective squad to represent in the Gresham Criterium this weekend, with Stephen Bedford and Nathan Coffey both ready to put their good form to use in the 1/2 Men's race.

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Fast Forward at Franz, Propelling through Peoria: OBRA Road Race and Time Trial Championship Weekend

Published by HPCCycling on 07 Aug 2013  |

Both the OBRA Road Race and Time Trial Championships fell this past weekend, and the HPChiro-RPM team continued to bring in medals and rack up results. Aaron Coker won the Masters 30-39 crit, and the Elite squad put on an impressive show to take home second (Trevor Spahr), third (Stephen Bedford), sixth (Josh Liberles) and 10th (Nathan Coffey).

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Victory in Vancouver Crit

Published by HPCCycling on 02 Aug 2013  |

Crit season is in full swing in Oregon now, and the HPChiro-RPM Mortgage squad brought the A game to the Vancouver Courthouse Criterium. Stephen Bedford and Josh Liberles both made it into the critical breakaway early in the race and they worked together to deliver Bedford to victory, with Liberles taking fifth.

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Long Breakaways, Bountiful Hills and Bunch Sprinting: 2013 Rainier Road Race Report

Published by HPCCycling on 20 Jun 2013  |

A decent prize list drew out a strong, deep field for the 2013 Rainier Road Race, and HPChiro-RPM Mortgage joined the fun with Josh Liberles, Trevor Spahr, Tym Lang and Josh Liberles taking the start. The 80-mile race featured frequent attacks and breakways continually animated the action. However, in the end, a fast, frenetic bunch sprint would determine the results.

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A Capital Idea: Stage Racing in Olympia Washington, Part 1

Published by HPCCycling on 03 Jun 2013  |

Set on the Washington State Capital Campus, this race course is one of the most picturesque in the region -- not that the racers had much time to take it in. Race pace was full gas from the word “go,” with the field covering the 0.7 mile course’s twisty, bumpy roads at a pace of 27 mph and accumulating a total elevation gain of 1400 feet.

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Bending with Little Braking: A Weekend of Bike Racing in Bend

Published by HPCCycling on 30 May 2013  |

With a tight-knit squad of five riders, HPChiro-RPM Mortgage made the most of Bend Don't Brake this past weekend, taking the race win and putting two more riders in the top 10. Stephen Bedford, Chris Bagg, Cort Buchholz, Galen Mittermann and Josh Liberles took the start for the men's 1-2 field, alongside a full Bend Broadband team of nine, two separate Therapeutic Associates squads, a large contingent from Evolution, a Team Oregon crew and several super-strong local unattached riders.

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Eugene Roubaix Race Report: Misnomers, Heat and Ninkasi Beer

Published by HPCCycling on 03 May 2013  |

HPChiro-RPM Cat 3 team member Johnny Banks picked up the pen (or keyboard, as the case may be) for the Eugene-Roubaix race report. Find a quick recap of the action in the Elite race below that, as well.

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Altitude Adjustments: Prepping for the 2013 Tour of the Gila

Published by HPCCycling on 02 May 2013  |

After the Tour of Walla Walla I said goodbye to my HPC-RPM teammates and set off with the Miller family (Hagens Berman racer Ryan Miller and his parents) to begin a long journey to the mountains of southern New Mexico to prepare for the five-day Tour of the Gila stage race. We wanted to get down a week and a half early to help with acclimation to the heat and altitude, as well as to pre-ride the essential course features at our leisure so we'd still be well rested for the race itself.

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