Welcome To HCycling

Where efficiency matters, but its more about taking the time to ride!

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Ahh Tuscany!!!

HCycling had the opportunity to travel to Tuscany, and there is no better way to see it than by bicycle. We had a great guide in Chris Small from La Corsa. Our ride covered part of the Chianti Classico which was featured in a recent Giro d'Italia. The terrain was mostly rolling with a few cheeky climbs. The ride was highlighted with a cruise through Radda and Castellino. The beautiful countryside was stunning as we cruised through vineyards, olive orchards, and swooped through some amazing curves in this beautiful undulating terrain.

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Race Day Software

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Learn about all the features of our premium HCycling Software Application which has surpassed archaic and inefficient manual race timing. Even with the success of Chip Timing Systems, which are over priced and not necessarily more accurate, this may be your solution to a reasonably priced product that will make your race organizers, timers and specifically your racers as the results become available within minutes across multiple race categories.

To learn more about HCycling, our racing software products or just to just to see what we are up to, fill in the fields and someone will be in contact with you shortly. Thank you for your interest in HCycling. Climb Every Mountain and Ride On!

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2017 Ultra Cycling World Championships

Check out the 2017 Ultra Cycling World Championships. Contested every fall in Borrego Springs, CA, racers compete over 6-hour, 12-hour and 24-hour events. The 24-hour event is an official RAAM qualifier. Racers come from over 25 countries looking for the opportunity to call themselves World Champion

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Epic Climbs

Inspired by the Col Collective, the HCycling team takes on some of their own exhilarating climbs

Often times we are just left to wonder about some of the great cycling climbs around the world. We have been venturing out throughout the U.S. and taking on some of our own big climbs. There is nothing as exhilarating as conquering the ascent, and then the reward of the descent.

Riding The Upside Down

Who Said Training Indoors Had To Be Boring?

With the introduction of Zwift to the Cycling Community, a whole new world has opened up for indoor training. You no longer just have to stare at the wall while training. Enjoy races, group rides, individual and custom training programs and many more features in this virtual world.

Check Out Some Of Our Latest Adventures

  • To Zwift Or Not To Zwift
    To Zwift Or Not To Zwift

    To Zwift Or Not To Zwift

    Aug 29, 2018 HCycling 0

    Having been a Zwifter from day one, this was a platform that was going to revolutionize indoor training, and 3 years later it sure did. It continues to grow in functionality and rider/racer appeal; however a few new products have popped up on the horizon. One in particular is Road Grand Tours, which is boasting better cycling physics and more detailed high screen resolution. Just to preview some of the early features, click this link. The realism of RGT is unprecedented, from the bikes, racers, …

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  • Cracked On The Climb
    Cracked On The Climb

    Cracked On The Climb

    Apr 23, 2018 HCycling 0

    As they say, sometimes you get the bear and other times the bear gets you. After a great 3 months of training, the weather finally cooperated for a long ride and decided the Skyline Drive would be a great spot to get in some climbing. A group of 6 left the parking area and ventured up the first climb.  Just to refresh your memory, you are immediately greeted with a 6.1 mile climb of 1571 feet, with a grade of 5-6% for the duration. There …

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  • Climbing Alpe d’ Zwift
    Climbing Alpe d’ Zwift

    Climbing Alpe d’ Zwift

    Apr 7, 2018 HCycling 0

    Let’s just say that I have been thinking about this ride for a while and needless to say I got a big head even before I started. Zwift dangled the release Alpe d’Zwift for a few days before it actually dropped onto Zwift. There was a lot of speculation on whether this was going to be a true reproduction of Alpe d’Huez or Zwift’s version, which in fact it is. The new addition to the many miles of Zwift soars 7.5 miles into the pixelated …

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  • 2017 Christmas Ride
    2017 Christmas Ride

    2017 Christmas Ride

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    December 7, 2017 – Had a great ride enjoying the Christmas Lights and friends!!! Great
    Decorations and a very welcoming party to warm up from the chilly

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  • 2017 World Time Trial Championships
    2017 World Time Trial Championships

    2017 World Time Trial Championships

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  • Climbing Sky Mass
    Climbing Sky Mass

    Climbing Sky Mass

    Oct 9, 2017 HCycling 0

    Over 6,875 feet of climbing over 81 miles, is a slight less than the Skyline Drive 100 Miler, but its that last climb that has your legs screaming.  The ride was slightly more than 87 miles (see ride profile below) out and back starting in Front Royal. I parked below the toll gate (cyclists must pay fee) at the entrance to the Skyline Drive and I was immediately greeted with a 6.1 mile climb of 1571 feet. What a way to warm up. The average …

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  • Climbing the Skyline Drive
    Climbing the Skyline Drive

    Climbing the Skyline Drive

    Sep 18, 2017 HCycling 0

    Over 10,660 feet of climbing doesn’t seem that tough over 100 miles, but it more than I had anticipated.  The ride was a 100 mile (see ride profile below) out and back starting in Front Royal. I parked below the toll gate (cyclists must pay fee) at the entrance to the Skyline Drive and I was immediately greeted with a 6.1 mile climb of 1571 feet. What a way to warm up. The average grade was about 5%, with a few sections with 6-7%, so …

    Sep 18, 2017 HCycling 0

  • Climbing Mt. Evans
    Climbing Mt. Evans

    Climbing Mt. Evans

    Sep 18, 2017 HCycling 0

    Thanks to Mike Cotty and the Col Collective I decided to give Mt. Evans a go this summer. I was heading to Denver for a week of R&R, so I figured why not. Mt. Evans boasts the highest paved road in North America. The ride is 27.9 miles in length with 6,944 feet of elevation gain. The average grade is about 4.6%.  The ride begins at 7,526 and ends at 14,130 feet. Having done rides up to 10,000 feet in the past, I figured that …

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  • Climbing Mt. Ventoux
    Climbing Mt. Ventoux

    Climbing Mt. Ventoux

    Jan 11, 2017 HCycling 0

    Everyone says that Mont Ventoux is one of those epic climbs that you just have to try. Well, with the winter in full swing in Virginia, I thought I  had to to give it a whirl and thinking that I was prepared for this climb was a bit of an understatement. Newly equipped with my Wahoo Kickr and FulGaz (Advanced Virtual Cycling) I had the opportunity to ride it in the comfort of my cycling studio. More on that in a future post. It seems …

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  • Climbing Mt. Lemmon
    Climbing Mt. Lemmon

    Climbing Mt. Lemmon

    Oct 17, 2016 HCycling 0

    Inspired by the Col Collective Cycling Video Series, HCycling takes you on some of the most interesting climbs in the United States. The first in the series is Mt. Lemmon in Tuscon, Arizona.

    Cycling up the Mt Lemmon Hwy in Tucson, Arizona is an epic ride that rivals some of the best climbs across the country and in Europe.

    You start off at about 2,557 ft surrounded by saguaro cactus and mesquite trees and climb as high as 9,133 ft to pine tree vegetation and cool air. With a few breaks on …

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  • Bike Flights To The Rescue
    Bike Flights To The Rescue

    Bike Flights To The Rescue

    Oct 17, 2016 HCycling 0

    I have been travelling with my bike for over 5 years now and it used to be great. Being a million miler flier my preferred airline was always kind enough to waive any fee. Per my rewards, I was allowed to check up to 5 bags and the Airlines allowed the bike bag to count as two at no extra fee. As the times got a little tighter with the Airlines, they all of a sudden waived my waiver. The fees started at $50/one way …

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  • Race Day Software @ Mid Atlantic Championships
    Race Day Software @ Mid Atlantic Championships

    Race Day Software @ Mid Atlantic Championships

    Sep 2, 2016 HCycling 0

    The Race Day Software software made its debut at an Ultra Cycling event. The software was customized for the  12-hour, 24-hour and 100-mile Championships. Several new features were added including the following:

    1. Leaderboard
    2. Dynamic and Automatic reporting of all category results within one race. This did not require outputting each of the categories separately

    Based on the implementation of this version, several new features were identified, which are currently in the RTS Product

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It's Not Just About Racing

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This ride is a fun-filled excursion through Montgomery County navigating to 10 cookie stops along the way. The aim is to raise awareness of child abuse prevention and to promote the free services provided by The Tree House. Services provide hope and healing to physically abused children and neglected children.

Join us for a day of cycling along the bay-front, marina, farmland and wineries of Sourthern Maryland. End Hunger in Calvert county works to create perfmanent solutions that move people from dependency to self-sufficieny. We believe that all people matter and life change happens through relationships.

Product Reviews

  • Cannondale Super Six Evo
    Cannondale Super Six Evo

    Cannondale Super Six Evo

    Super Six Evo provides the perfect balance between weight, stiffness, comfort and aerodynamics. Ride fast and far and crush those ascents with this lightweight machine.

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  • Ascend Sportswear
    Ascend Sportswear

    Ascend Sportswear

    Ascend Sportswear provides the most comfortable cycling kits. Having over 30+ kits, none comes close to the comfort, coolness and best fabrics and clearly outperforms the competition.

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  • Garmin Edge 1030
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    Garmin Edge 1030

    Edge 1030 provides the latest navigation tools and is compatible with a large variety of cycling accessories. The 1030 lets you measure your performance and also provides the comfort of having a top notch navigation system on board.

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Check Out The Links To Our Favorite Sites

  • Green Lizard Cycling
    Green Lizard Cycling

    Green Lizard Cycling

    Best Shop On The East Coast

    Best Shop On The East Coast

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  • USA Cycling
    USA Cycling

    USA Cycling

    All Things USA Cycling

    All Things USA Cycling

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  • The Col Collective
    The Col Collective

    The Col Collective

    Find Your Climb

    Find Your Climb

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