Christopher Bagg

Content Strategist, Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer, Managing Editor

Content that Knows your Customer

Chris Bagg has been an actor, a cook, a teacher, a professional triathlete, an endurance coach, and a writer. He's at his happiest when he's teaching other people ways to make themselves faster and happier. You can find him over a stove, on a bike, at his computer, on deck at the pool, aboard some skis, or chasing his fast wife.
Content Types
Ebook, Product Description, Recipe, Interview, Website Copy, Press Release, Explainer Video, Blog Post, Email Newsletter
More Information
Vassar College, B.A. English and Drama
New York University, M.F.A. Creative Writing
Portland, OR, USA|English

Published Content

The Emergence of SwimRun

What's SwimRun, and how is it moving from the outskirts of endurance sport closer to the mainstream?

February 15th, 2020
Blog Post
Below The Base: Foundation Training For Your 2020 Endurance Goals

Interested about how to set up the early part of your endurance training season? We talk you through best practices to establish a foundation for your bigger training later on.

January 21st, 2020
How To Take An Offseason That Builds Upon The One You Just Finished

If you're struggling with taking an offseason at the end of your current endurance season, read on for some ideas of how to make it through a 10-14 day period without training.

December 28th, 2019
Blog Post
The Best Roads You'll Ever Ride

Ride report from the amazing Steamboat Gravel race in Steamboat Springs, Colorado and musings on the place of gravel riding in the current endurance landscape.

August 30th, 2019
Sub-12 at Dirty Kanza on 11 Hours per Week

Want to take a crack at Dirty Kanza, the 200-mile gravelanche in Emporia, Kansas? Here's how I prepared physically for the event.

June 27th, 2019
How do you Design a Speedsuit and a Sports Bra?

My profile of Susan Suarez, product developer at Wattie Ink., and how she brings a product to fruition.

June 26th, 2019
Is There Money in Cyclocross?

Is it possible to make a living as a professional cyclocross racer? We asked a bunch of them a very personal question to try and find out.

January 1st, 2012
PDF upload
Georgia Gould: No Reservations

My profile of Georgia Gould, the "funniest woman in cycling." She is also an Olympic Medalist, in case any of you are feeling reductive.
Preparing for a Gravel Race Such as The Belgian Waffle Ride

How to prepare for long mixed-terrain bike races such as Southern California's Belgian Waffle Ride

June 7th, 2019
PDF upload
The Cocoon

My profile of Alison Dunlap, professional cyclist and World XC MTB Champion

PDF upload
The Rules, Surfer's Journal Volume 19, Number One

I got to write a long piece about a now-inaccessible point break on the coast of Maine in 2010.

PDF upload
A Portrait of the Cyclist as a Young Man

One of my toughest interviews ever, I wrote a profile of notoriously spiky Ryan Trebon, professional cycloross racer.
The Easiest Stroke Tweak for Faster Swimming

A quick way to improve your swimming, courtesy of simply...exhaling? A tweak we suggested to professional triathlete Rachel McBride.

January 7th, 2019
How to Get off Caffeine to Go Faster on Race Day

Caffeine is a powerful stimulant for endurance athletes, but if you're already a regular user, its usefulness can be blunted. Learn how to step down off caffeine for maximum impact on race day.

December 6th, 2018
Meet Curtiss Feltner, or...#vanboardtrilife?

Interview with crossover athlete Curtiss Feltner, who is a professional snowboarder and a professional triathlete. Unsurprisingly, he lives in an amazing van.

March 20th, 2019
PDF upload
A Belgian in Boulder: a Profile of Ben Berden

The story of hard-rocking, tattooed, once-suspended, El Camino-driving professional cyclist Ben Berden.
What Happened to Swiss Cyclocross?

A history of the rise and fall of cyclocross in Switzerland, which used to be the physical and spiritual home of the sport.

© ClearVoice, Inc.