By Leah Goldstein on September 15, 2021A Day in the Life of an Endurance Cyclist – Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst Finishing as overall SOLO WINNER of Race Across America 2021 was a surreal moment for me. As an endurance cyclist, I had basically trained for this event for over 20 years. In fact, I had actually trained non-stop for over 2 […]
By Leah Goldstein on June 28, 2021Canadian Cyclist Becomes First Woman Ever to Win Race Across America At 52 years old, on her 3rd RAAM ride; Leah Goldstein is the first women to win Race Across America. Never in the 39 year history of the legendary, gruelling 3000 mile cycling race has it ever happened that a woman has won the solo division. It was the […]
By Leah Goldstein on January 3, 2021I have decided to go at it once again and compete in RAAM 2021. For those of you who know me well, this likely isn’t a huge surprise. The pull to compete in Race Across America is greater than ever; my reasoning – I feel that I can still ride it faster. In 2019 I arrived at the starting line […]
By Leah Goldstein on July 1, 2015Lessons from the Peloton An ex-professional cyclist’s tips on surviving a tough crowd By Leah Goldstein with Lori Friend Moger, M.Sc. When I first started cycling, I raced in duathlons which includes running and biking. I trained very hard, and actually became the Israeli National Champion while I worked in the military. I took the competitions very seriously, as did […]
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