Oh, I just can’t resist getting in this double entendre action. Check out the image and caption at cyclingnews.com The dude in the background is Continue reading The Chicken Tender?
He’s heading your way, Tucson. Run for your lives. by
A few long time readers have written me and lamented the loss of my daily wandering, state of consciousness updates. Well, this Buds’ for you. Continue reading Happy Friday
Things are looking a bit grim for Mr. Mountaintop Michael Rasmussen: In light of the fact that the Danish federation has kicked current yellow jersey, Continue reading Do I smell Fried Chicken?
I think this is it folks, no more Zabriskie videos for a while. Till next year anyway. There is no crying in cycling… by
The old boy is looking tired. Seems impressed people actually watch the videos and yell “What game play?” at him from the side of the Continue reading Zabriskie is fucking crazy: Stage 11
A reader email: From: bikesgonewild Subject: Slipstream vs. mainstream Just wondered on your take (& the take of your writers & readers) on the J.Vaughters/ Continue reading Jonathan Vaughters moves the ball forward
Is Zabriskie’s Tour finished? Sure sounds like it. Zabriskie, the American time trial champion, is finished, however. He fell behind the last group and rode Continue reading Zabriskie finishes outside time limit
I guess the men in black story had something to it after all. Leading the Tour means nothing to the Danish National Team. You toe Continue reading Michael Rasmussen booted from Danish national team
Why are things so screwed up for voters in Arizona? Well, guys like this certainly aren’t helping the situation. In April of 2005, Hans von Continue reading Voting issues in Arizona
When you start out with this line: One of the more memorable and revealing statements explaining the nature of the Bush administration buildup to the Continue reading Petraeus as the dramatic hero
A good writeup from Saul Raisin on his first bike race after his horrific accident at the Circuit de la Sarthe in April, 2006. My Continue reading Saul Raisin back to business