TTEndurance is now an authorized Garmin retailer. All Garmin products are now available to order through our Service Course Program, including the new Edge 1000. Please contact Eneas@ttwestport.com for details.
As a member of the TTEndurance community, you'll be in great company - sharing your passion for cycling, triathlon and endurance training with other athletes from all over.
Join us Thursday, May 29 at 7:30pm for a TT Social
Featuring Mike Pattinson’s Discussion of his Training Preparation for
The Race Across America, a non-stop ultra endurance bike race from
SEA TO SHINING SEA
Then on Saturday, May 31, at 8am we’ll host a 100K supported send-off ride for Mark on a marked course, $15 per person.
TTE, WHERE THE CHAMPIONS RESIDE
Congratulations to all of the TTEndurance coached athletes that participated in the Tour of the Battenkill including Jeff Lesser, Dean Robert, Adam Schwartz, Pascale Butcher, Mark Pattinson (Pictured below winning his category) and Eneas Freyre (pictured below making the podium in the men's elite race)
2 Weeks ago, Eneas Freyre won the Overall title in the Category 1 Pro Race at the Criterium de Bethel, the 5th race in the Annual Bethel Spring Series. The following week, he did not start in Bethel because he was committed to racing the grueling Elite Pro Race at the Tour of Battenkill against stiff, international competition.
His decision to not contest Bethel was of little consequence in the Spring Series since he had already cliched the individual Pro title by finishing first in 4 of the 5 initial races, (and 2nd in the one he did not win.) Furthermore the opportunity to ride Battenkill yielded a 3rd place, podium finish in perhaps the Northeast's largest, and most competitive single-day Pro race.
Ever going the extra mile, the 2014 Bethel Yellow Jersey unalterably on his back, Eneas closed out the Spring Series on Sunday in a 2-man breakaway that produced a runner-up finish, solidifying TTE's claim on the Overall Pro Team Title.
Never finishing off the podium in the region's most prestigious competitions this year, Eneas' gravity as Connecticut's most elite cyclist is buoyed tremendously as he enters a brief term of respite before cranking into his next prodigious challenge.