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What’s in Rebecca Rusch’s pack for Cycling

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

RRWhats in pack

By Adventure Medical Kits Ambassador Rebecca Rusch

When she’s headed out on the trail, Rebecca carries essential gear to make sure she’s ready for anything!

Red Bull: because it #GivesYouWings, Seriously I drink Red Bull to energize a hard workout, to get me out the door if I’m feeling tired.

GU Octane gel: GU is my go to nutrition for riding.

CrankBrothers multi-tool with chain breaker. Plus an extra SRAM quick link for a chain repair if needed (this is in the red packet below the tool) The bike tool is an essential item for trailside maintenance and adjustments on the bike.

Rebecca Rusch Wins Leadville 100 — Again!

Monday, August 16th, 2010

For the second year in a row, Rebecca Rusch took top spot among women in the Leadville 100 mountain bike race, one of the most grueling and high-profile races on the mountain bike tour, which was held in and around Leadville, CO, this past weekend.

Rebecca’s winning time of 7:47:35 set a new course record, destroying the previous record, held by Laurie Brandt, by more than 11 minutes. The next closest racer behind Rusch was Amanda Carey, who came in at 8:12:54.

Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2010 Round-up

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Many of us at Adventure® Medical Kits just got back from another busy but great Outdoor Retailer Summer Market — the trade show for leading outdoor manufacturers and retailers, which takes place the first week of August in Salt Lake City, UT.  Prior to and during the show, AMK was recognized by OR’s organizers as one of its ’40+ Legacy Partners’. The initiative, which included special call-outs on OR’s website and signage on the convention floor, honored AMK as one of only 54 companies that has exhibited at Outdoor Retailer for at least 40 shows. Below is a summary of other highlights that occurred during OR:

Rebecca Rusch Wins the Leadville 100

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Rebecca Rusch – 24 Hour Solo Mtn Bike Champ chalks up another win at the Leadville 100!

Rebecca, who won the  solo world championships at the end of July, was the fastest woman of the day in Leadville. She won with a time of 8:14:53, approximately one hour and 45 minutes behind the overall winner Lance Armstrong. Her time placed her in 30th overall among the men and she beat her closest female competitor by 25 minutes.

Rebecca Rusch and Lance Armstrong

Excerpt from:
Hot of the Wire: Leadville Full Report – By Rebecca Rusch

Rebecca Rusch Wins Again! 3x 24Hr Solo Mtn. Bike Champ

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009

It’s Official… The Crew is thrilled to report that Rebecca Rusch has won her third Solo Mountain Bike 24 Hour World Championships!!!

AMK is proud to sponsor Rebecca and congratulates her on this epic win! More details and photos to come – you can get updates and read more on her blog.

Rebecca Rusch Stage 3 Recap from South Africa

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

Check our Rebecca Rusch’s recap of  Stage 3 of the Cape Epic, a 685 km, 8-day mountain bike stage race in South Africa. The route passes through mountain and wine regions and features over 14,000 meters of climbing over the course of the week.  It’s the largest and most competitive stage race in the world and the team rosters are packed with 1200 athletes, including Olympians, pro riders, World Champions and regular cyclists.

Rebecca SA Race Start

Reba & Matthew at the Stage 3 start line.

Absa Cape Epic, Stage 3 – by Rebecca Rusch, Mar 24

Although relatively short at only 73k, stage three packed a wallop.  Just shy of half-way, we encountered a 2,000 ft climb, the vast majority of which was too steep, loose and rocky to ride. The summit ridge offered astonishing views of the incredible hill country known as The Overberg (over the mountains).  Although this climb was the crux of the day, it was by no means the only challenge.

Rebecca Rusch Wins USA Cyclist Season Opener in TX

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

The 2009 cycling season has begun, and Rebecca is off to a great start. Read her race recap of the season opener below…

Out of Hibernation – February, 2009
by Rebecca Rusch

Valentine’s day was the first race in the USA Cycling ultra endurance series. This 100k race held in Terlingua, TX was rumored to be fast, fun and full of personality. The snow’s still falling in Idaho and the majority of my current training consists of Nordic skiing, backcountry skiing and pushing steel in the gym. My mountain bike went into storage in mid November and my only cycling in the last few months has consisted of going nowhere in my living room on the trainer. The Mas o Menos 100km race presented the perfect opportunity for me to get some early season time on the dirt and to get a gauge on my winter training.