We asked Team INFINIT Athlete Maddy Frank to take us through a day in the life of a high school senior who also balances life as a Cat 1 mountain biker and competitive cyclist — From training to homework to shopping for waterproof (and more importantly sweatproof) mascara!
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INFINIT Athlete Ryan Petry discusses his experience at the Leadville 100, a mountain bike race like nothing else. The energy and athletes that fill the sleepy mining town is unrivaled by any other mountain bike race in the world. This year was my 6th time taking on the 104 miles and 11,000ft of climbing.
Rachel Langdon is an INFINIT racer entering her first year as a professional cyclist. Originally from across the pond (Stockton, England) Rachel settled in Kentucky and played soccer for the Murray State Racers, and helped guide them to two conference titles. After her Collegiate career came an end she was looking for something to keep her occupied. At first she competed in Triathlons (making it to Ironman 70.3 world championships in 2015) but realized her true passion was on the bike.
The Dirty Dozen is a devoted group of 12 members (10 men and 2 women), all with the singular goal of spreading their passion, racing. Parting with raceco.org in an attempt to get people on the bike, and in the race. They are represented at over 100 races per year, spanning a large swath of races.
Sixteen years ago, Team INFINIT Athlete, Maddy Frank, was born weighing just 1 pound 13 ounces. From the second she was born Maddy was a fighter. This resiliancy has helped her develop into a fierce competitor on the bike, and has enabled her to crush every obstacle she has met along the way.
Entering its fifth season, First Internet Bank Cycling Team is an elite amateur cycling team based out of Fishers, Indiana. The team focuses on rider development to compete at the highest levels of racing in the nation. INFINIT has teamed up with 1IB to fuel them to the top step of the podium in the Elite Mens Time Trial National Championships this year, and will continue to fuel them through the rest of their successes.
Alycia Hill is the 2016 Duathlon National Championship winner. Alycia is primarily a professional triathlete where she excels in long distance, 70.3 and 140.6, races. In her 8 years of competition, Alycia was named one of 2015’s Adventurers of the Year by The Olympian for her top-five finishes in the National Triathlon Championships and two World Championships.
E/evate-KHS Pro Cycling Team is a professional cycling team based out of Southern California. E/evate-KHS is completely focused on winning the USA Cycling Pro Road Tour (PRT), as well as the invitational UCI events they will be competing in.
Meet a Couple of Moms Who Know How to Get it Done. Tammy Hassenpflug and Malissa Petrov discuss their experience being athletes and mothers.