Phil Gaimon

https://philthethrill.net

Race Highlights

Former Professional Cyclist.  Now chases KOM’s and raising money for No Kid Hungry.

What was the highlight of your race career?
Surviving the WorldTour and coming out with a creative way to keep doing what I love.

What’s the worst advice you’ve ever gotten?
Go to college.

If you had a choice between two superpowers, being invisible or flying, which would you choose and why?
Invisibility. I can fly already.

“I started working with First Endurance in 2013, appreciating their no-compromise approach for the very best in hydration and supplements for performance and quality control I could trust. Since then they’ve never stopped refining and improving, and continue to innovate and lead the industry.”

 

MY NUTRITION PLAN


Q&A


What has First Endurance helped you accomplish?

I’ve been able to train harder, and more consistently, and survive many years with 70+ race days.

What problem/issue has First Endurance helped you overcome? 

Since I started taking Multi-V over six years ago, I’ve noticed a huge improvement in my immune system and overall health. Optygen is a product that I’ve used consistently to make sure I get the most out of myself in training and competition.

If you had to pick only one First Endurance product to use, which one would it be, what flavor and why?

Multi-V, getting sick makes you real.

What’s the last thing you Googled?
Translation for “key” to Spanish because I lost my hotel room key in Colombia.

What’s your favorite place in the world?
Los Angeles California is my home. Perfect weather, great riding options, and a strong cycling community.

What’s your favorite book?
‘Walden’ by Henry David Thoreau. I have a tendency to overcommit and stress myself out, and ‘Walden’ reminds me to simplify.

What was the highlight of your race career?
Surviving the WorldTour and coming out with a creative way to keep doing what I love.

What’s the worst advice you’ve ever gotten?
Go to college.

If you had a choice between two superpowers, being invisible or flying, which would you choose?
Invisibility. I can fly already.

If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be?
Eagle. I like to try and race them when they fly around the mountains. Never won but I’m not giving up.