• Saturday Ride. Sierra Madre - Bonelli Loop. Surprise!
  • Big Bike Week - Day 4 - Crystal Lake
  • Big Bike Week - Day3. Cloudburst
  • Pasadena Sprint Triathlon
  • Rose Bowl Half Marathon
  • Sunday Beginner Ride. Hill Repeats along Arroyo Seco.
  • Surf City Half Marathon
  • River Trail Ride
  • Hollywood! Griffith Park Ride Report.
  • Sunday Beginner Ride. Hill Intervals
  • PTC Club Meeting - January 2015
  • PTC End of Year Party 2014
  • PTC at LA Rock N Roll Half Marathon
  • PTC Club Championship at Bonelli's Olympic Triathlon
  • Sunday Swims
  • PTC at VELO Sports Center (VeloDrome)
  • Saturday Coached Ride
    On the Saturday Coached ride we focus on riding together as a group with one of the club's more experienced cyclists as a lead. The goal is to get a great workout, build group riding skills and create an opportunity for more levels of riders to get out on Saturdays with the club.

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Fourth of July – Santa Monica Ride Report
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Fourth of July Ride to Santa Monica Beach. 60.1 miles, 3:34 moving time, 2,598 ft elevation, 134 suffer, 1,809 kJ [This is is a repost from Joe’s Blog] Fourth of July Ride to Santa Monica Beach. I have ridden this route through the San Fernando Valley to the West Side of Los Angeles, because traffic […]

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Summer Brick
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13.7 miles, 1:08 moving time, 1,430 ft elevation, 4 trophies. [This is a re-post from Joe’s Blog.] Brick Route was the reverse of the usual. Linda Vista – San Rafael – Glen Oaks – Linda Vista – Inverness – Hampstead – (Sugar Loaf) – St. Katherine – Descanso. Since we ride it so many times […]

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Resolution Ride in June
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42.5 miles, 3:33 moving time, 4,360 ft elevation, 147 suffer score. [This is a re-post from Joe’s Blog]. Resolution ride climbs every mountain top around Pasadena. We started at Jones Coffee on Raymond and rode a clockwise direction around the city. Parking was busy because the Rose Parade floats were doing their safety checks. [They […]

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Gear swap day
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Pasadena Triathlon Club hosted its first Gear Swap Day at Around the Cycle. It was an opportunity to take care of a bunch of things at the same time.  Cleaning out old gear is refreshing. The stuff I don’t need anymore can benefit other people. The vacancy clear both the shelves in the garage and […]

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Sunday Open Water Swim

Elizabeth, Todd, and Charles lead the PTC Sunday Open Water Swims. First one was held at Long Beach’s Belmont Shores, which is a protected canal.  The crew met my the showers and restroom building. You can leave your stuff along the fence. There’s buoys to divide the waterway between boats/kayaks and swimmers. The swim sections […]

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La Tuna Canyon Ride Report

[This is a re-post from Joe’s Blog.] 39.1 miles, 2:30:58 moving time, 2,789 elevation, 92 suffer score, 161 Avg Power, 20 trophies PTC rode west to La Tuna Canyon. We met at Jones Coffee in Pasadena. Great crew today. Main Ride and Coached Ride. Foggy to start; sunny most of the day. Main ride rode […]

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PTC Club Meeting – April

PTC Club Meeting. Hosted at CENTRIC in Sierra Madre. April 2015. All those going to IRONMAN St. George Utah 70.3 in 2 weeks, raise your hand! Centric’s Brandon Heflin tossed out swag to the crowd and shared all about CENTRIC’s product and services for the Club. CENTRIC’s Michael Hagler.   Elizabeth, PTC Race Director, shared […]

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Ride Report: Sierra Madre to Back side of GMR

54.1 miles, 3:33 moving time, 4,137 ft elevation, 102 suffer score, 44 trophies, 160 W power, 1,813 kJ work, 245 training load. [This is a re-post from Joe’s Blog.] Pasadena Tri Club Saturday Ride. It was a kind of race rehearsal for Ironman St. George 70.3, which is a hilly course (2500 ft of climbing). […]

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Transition Brick

Transition Brick = Bike – Run – Bike – Run – Bike – Run… [This is a repost from Joe’s Blog] The Transition Brick is a chance to practice getting into and out of your bike stuff. It give you the fun of feeling what it’s like to run, after a ride. Different muscles are involved. […]

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PTC Brick #3. Erin’s Loop.

18.7 miles, 1:12 moving time, 1,558 ft elevation, 42 suffer score, 181 W weighted avg power, 726 kJ work, 18 trophies [Re-post from Joe’s Blog] Michel, Mike, Lisa, Peter, Sebastian, Travis, Brian, Joel, and me. Not pictured: Bill and Eugene were seconds late. MikeK caught up with us too. Sebastian and Peter told glory stories […]

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