ElyteSport Success Story
Phillip started mountain bike racing in 1994 and helped invent his very own racing category – Clydesdale. California’s state championship series has had the category since 1995. Clydesdale racers have to be at least 200 pounds. Phillip won the state championship in 1995, 1996, 1997, and 2001. In 2005 Phillip participated in his first Race Across America (RAAM), arguably the world’s toughest bicycle race. His 4-man relay team finished 3rd overall in 2005, and his 2-man team finished 2nd overall in 2007. He believes ElyteSport was an integral part of his race hydration and supplementation plan.
(Read his complete experience in the testimonial section)
Calif. State Mtn. Bike Champion: 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001
Sea Otter Classic XC Mtn. bike race winner: 2000, 2001
(also Clydesdale category)
2005 Insight Race Across America (RAAM) 4-man relay – 3rd place overall (1st in category – recumbent)
2007 Insight Race Across America (RAAM) 4-man relay – 2nd place overall (1st in category – recumbent)
2012 World Human Powered Speed Challenge – world record, multi-rider vehicle – 73.08mph
2013 World Recumbent Racing Association – masters world record, standing start kilo time trial- 1:13.61 (minutes, seconds)
2014 WRRA – masters world record, flying 200 time trial – 11.75 seconds (38.08mph)
2014 WRRA – masters world record – hour time trial – 50.226 kilometers (31.2mph)
• The E-Lyte Story: Why You Need Electrolytes!
• Sugar Free Electrolytes
• Compare E-Lyte Sport with other “Sports” drinks
• Pickle Juice
• Taking A Peek Inside a Muscle Cramp
• Night Cramps
• ElyteSport Preloading
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