INFINIT is excited to announce the new Team INFINT Performance, an Endurance Race Team that is open to endurance athletes of all kinds and calibers. Endurance events are widely known as an individual sport, but age group clubs and teams are becoming increasingly more popular with every passing year. Athletes of all ability levels are realizing that having a support system is a great way to stay motivated and ensure progression while training and competing in such demanding sports.
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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.
The Holowesko-Citadel Racing team, presented by Hincapie sportswear, is heading to San Diego on May 15th to compete in the AMGEN Tour of California. The team and coaches at Holowesko-Citadel have worked in unison with the staff at Infinit to create a line of products that fuel athletes throughout the race. The low-calorie, high electrolyte blend provides energy and hydration, while preventing cramping, for a team that races with high pace and intensity. This year’s team is coming off a very impressive 2015 season in which they claimed the honor of top team on the National Racing Circuit, as well as top individual NRC rider being won by Tom Skujiņš. Tom has since left team Holowesko-Citadel but has been replaced by Former US NRC individual winner, Travis McCabe. This year, the team is aiming even higher, and that will start with stage wins at the Tour of California. This year’s roster for California includes Robin Carpenter, Andrei Krasilnikau, Oscar Clark, Rob Squire, Travis McCabe, Andzs Flakis, Jon Hornbeck, and Joe Lewis.