Tag - Paralympic Training

Pensacola Cycling Classic 3rd place overall H-3 Alfonso Garibay

Pensacola Cycling Classic on September 14-15 was my last stage race for my racing season. I was  my first time doing Pensacola Cycling Classic stage race and considering the level of competition that showed up to race. I am very pleased with my performance despite having made a few mistakes all the hard work and effort I put into my training kicked in and I performed just as I had trained. Mechanical issues and all. The first race was...


Relentless Pursuit 23.3mph average speed on 20k TimeTrial: Alfonso Garibay, Jr.

Thanks to God, hard work, dedication, and more hard work I had a great Time Trial at Fiesta Island on September, 9 2018. One of my sisters and one of my nephews came to watch me smash my Personal Record and put in a new Personal Record time of 32:03 that is thirty two minutes and three seconds with an average speed of 23.3mph on the 20k Individual Time Trial at Fiesta Island in the beautiful city of San...


First Ride Back in the Handcycle

It's been just about two years since I've been able to ride/train in a handcycle. As I continue to reach my peak and push boundaries, I'm constantly trying to train in all different areas. I'm beyond grateful to be able to train with some of my teammates. Zimri, Alfonso, and I had a great training ride along the Santa Ana River Trail from San Bernardino to Riverside and back. We even did a bonus climb up Mt. Rubidoux in...


Coast to Coast

Feeling excited and blessed to able to race a few more times this year before my season is over.  Thanks to God.  I am able to continue and pursue my passion with faith, hard work, and dedication.  After taking a short break on my return from USA Cycling Para Road Race & Time Trial National Championships on June 13 & 14 at Augusta, Ga. where I raced against some of the best in Nation and in the company of World...


Europe Dreaming

Dear friends,I’m here today to write about my 2 weeks of training in Portugal and racing in Italy.I met Brazil National Paralympic Team for a camp in Portugal, which consisted of eat-train-sleep-repeat. It was quite epic: Country side, beautiful roads to ride, amazing temperatures. These were intense days of swim-bike-run-gym in a state of the art facility that attracts teams of different sports & nationalities.We then flew to Milano and drove to an idyllic place called Lago d’Iseo. Stuff...