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2019 Kit Store Now OPEN!

  • December 12, 2018
  • Blog

For one week only, our 2019 Sessions:6 / Waite Endurance kits are available for online order. We’re pleased to announce that our kits are being made by Cuore of Switzerland this year.

As a friend of Sessions:6, please use the code SESSIONS615 at checkout for a 15% discount through December 20th.

We have mens & womens styles available, as well as MTB baggies, layering pieces & warmers. Sizes range from XXS to 2-4XL.

Also available for a small additional charge is customized tailoring by adding or subtracting length to the sleeves, jersey length (hem), and leg lengths. Pretty sweet!

There is a sizing chart online to help you determine your sizes. We also have a selection of items in-house at Sessions:6 through the 20th to allow you to touch & feel the quality, as well as try things on. We have found that the sizes run pretty true to typical “race fit” high quality cycling garments.

* the layering pieces are mens/unisex sizes, most women will size down one size for best fit.

All net proceeds from the sale of the kits will help fund our WE Devo junior/u23 MTB team for 2019.

So treat yourself to some super nice gear, and know you’ll be helping to support the future of American mountain bike racing!

Here’s how to order:

  • Create a free Cuore Team Shop account at:ย https://www.cuore.ch/teamshop/us/create_account.php
  • Enter Sessions6 as the TEAM SHOP
  • Login & be sure to select option to LOGIN TO TEAM SHOP
  • Click the Sessions 6 tab at the top of the page to view all available styles
  • Scroll, click, shop, & checkout
  • Enter SESSIONS615 for 15% discount!
  • Payments accepted are Credit Card or PayPal
  • Products ship direct to your door about 6 weeks later

Store closes at midnight December 20th, so don’t miss out!

Team Waite: 2019 Race Calendar & Annual Plan

  • December 11, 2018
  • Blog

As 2019 race dates are being announced, we’ve been able to (mostly) finalize our 2019 racing plans & subsequent annual training plan. I’ve recently published a series of blog posts pertaining to Season Planning: Goal Setting, Race Selection, and Creating your Annual Training Plan. After talking the talk, I’ll now walk the walk and share our plans for the season ahead.

Race Selection

We’re pretty pumped about the upcoming racing season… both of us racing on the ‘young end’ of our respective Masters category of USAC/UCI championship events (me at 40, and Kathy at 45). On top of that… Marathon Nationals are relatively nearby, in north Texas, with terrain similar to what we’re used to here in the southwest; XC National Championships are in our backyard in Winter Park, Colorado, a place we are very familiar with (and historically very successful racing at); and to put the icing on the cake… the UCI XC World Championships are “drive-able” being held in the iconic Monte St. Anne in Quebec Canada!

I can’t think of better late August road trip than Monte St. Anne!

So there are our three “A” races for the 2019 season: Marathon Nationals, XC Nationals, and XC Worlds.ย The spacing on the Calendar works out fairly well with an early season peak at the beginning of May for Marathon Nationals, then two months to train and prepare for a late July XC nationals, and then another month to sharpen up for Worlds in late August. Of course we will have handful of additional races on the calendar in between these events with the goals of either obtaining points for improved start grid positioning or simply for training/fun.

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