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Name: Gregg Germer
Date registered: November 10, 2011

Latest posts

  1. What makes you Pro? — January 24, 2014
  2. The New Generation — August 15, 2013
  3. Vertex Cycling – Noah Granigan Blog Update — August 3, 2013
  4. First Win of the Year! — July 28, 2013
  5. 2013/14 Belgian Cyclocross Season — July 27, 2013

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  1. Support Riders in Europe and Get The Worlds Most Exclusive Beer! — 2 comments
  2. Breaking Point – Lets Fix Cycling — 2 comments
  3. Project Meatsuit – Week 1 — 2 comments
  4. Quick and Easy Tortilla Chip Bake — 1 comment
  5. Project Meatsuit – Week 6 — 1 comment

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Vertex Cycling – Junior/Youth Racing in Belgium

We are back! After a nice vacation in Texas, we returned to Belgium ready to bring Belgian Kermis races to a fresh group of Juniors, Youth and even one 14 year old. It’s been a great start to the development camp with Vertex Cycling, with our Juniors (Connor, Robert and Brayden) getting in some great …

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Elite / U23 10-Week Development Camp

Here are The ChainStay we believe hands on experience is the best way to learn. It’s one of the reasons we started our house in Belgium, to give guys (and gals)  a great place to stay while they learn about racing bikes in one of the hardest racing circuits in the world. We are now …

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2013 The ChainStay Development Programs

As we approached the end of our 4th road season here at The ChainStay we have been quite pleased with the progression of the house and all that we have done. For 2013 we want to continue that development and are  now setting specified times in the year where we are running development programs for …

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Photos – 2012 Koppenberg Cross

Like all good holidays in winter, Belgium held a cyclocross race; with All-Saints day, November 1st, becoming the day of Koppenberg Cross. Featuring the first half of the (in)famous Koppenberg climb, the demanding course is a mud lovers delight. This year proved to be one for those who love mud and was won by none …

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Watching the Czech World Cup on Sunday

With the second round of the Cyclocross World Cup coming this weekend I wanted to talk quickly about how you can watch both the women’s and men’s races live. There are several ways you can watch each race, the easiest being a subscription to the entire World Cup on Cycling.TV. This option is available to everyone in …

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