Since when is it “natural” for a 34 year old to die from a “double pulmonary embolism”? Autopsy: Vandenbroucke died of natural causes The results Continue reading Vandenbroucke died of natural causes?
Just remember, no matter how much you think your life sucks (shit job, fucking law school, can’t win a god damn race, girl friend is Continue reading Friday giveth and Friday taketh away
…Cora’s here, and lo, she is our prophet. The proud papa is named, among other things, Big Willy Style. He was the first to show Continue reading Look out world…
Not to make light of anything said here in the past day or two, but goddammit if this whole VDB thing isn’t just bugging the Continue reading It just keeps sucking.
From: Pépin Subject: A ride in Britany Hi Jonny, I was here on Sunday. It’s one of the most important MTB meeting in France with Continue reading Monts d’Arrée
Belgian cyclist Frank Vandenbroucke has died at the age of 34, a source close to the racer told the French news service Agence France Presse. Continue reading VDB dead at 34
It’s that time of year in which the headlines are rife with H1N1 talk and everyone’s praying that they don’t become infected. There are a Continue reading H1N1 Protection
You know those “reviews” on MTBR.com that are written by somebody who says, “just bought it, haven’t ridden it yet, but it looks great hanging Continue reading Ergon GX-1 Grips – Product Review
From: Dan Subject: Doug Roether Memorial at Reata Pass Steak house Doug Roether Memorial gathering at : Just a reminder, the memorial will be October Continue reading Doug Roether Memorial
Oh yeah, it’s on and popping. Brought to you by the fine folks at rockyroad5050.wordpress.com. Full info here: rockyroad5050.wordpress.com/5-coconino-250-and-350 The Coconino Loop seeks to highlight Continue reading Coconino Loop Race
Some good news from across the pond: Cyclists will be permitted to ride the wrong way along one-way streets under a change intended to encourage Continue reading Link Dumper
The cycling community and cancer-fighting community lost a fine one this last weekend. Colleen fought for 4 years. She was diagnosed at 26. She rode Continue reading Remembering a warrior