So far, the Power Up series has focused on how a newbie to the world of power meters can get acquainted with the territory. Now that we've had a chance to survey the landscape, it's time to hear from a pro. I sat down with Andy Potts to talk about power. Potts is known for the rather hermitic way he trains, especially on the bike. He's constructed an indoor studio where he does about 95% of his riding, so he doesn't have to waste a single pedal stroke. Check out the extended video interview I did with him, in the main article.
Fireworks erupted at Oceanside when Andy Potts and Jesse Thomas came down to a sprint finish. On the women's side, Heather Jackson put the hurt down with her blistering run to take the win. Check out our supersized race-day gallery inside.