Dirty and I felt meme’y after today’s stage win by the Tourminator… Kris Boeckmanns breaks his chain, Sagan rings his bell. Greipel blows a gasket, and the Continue reading B is for Baller (and Bells)
I’ve been back east, staying in the house I grew up in, with my family this week. We flew in on Saturday. On Sunday we Continue reading It was the Fourth of July
The Cascade Cream Puff 100 was last weekend and Mike Gaertner out of CDA, Id. won the damn thing- I am totally pumped for him- Continue reading Mike Gaertner stepped up to the Cascade Cream Puff 100
First and foremost, happy fucking Independence Day America! Go do what you do best you self-ruling crazy sons’ of betches. Anyways, by now, you’ve probably Continue reading 4th of July Bike Update
Every year, about this time, the Tour de France sucks me in with all its soap opera drama and excitement. Coincidentally this time every year Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Night Stage
I have no idea what Fabian Cancellara is doing in this image. When you’re a straight baller & splashed out in yellow like a boss, Continue reading Tour, drugs, life.
This is looking pretty sweet at 8:30 tonight. Maybe for my next race. —bp. by
Oscar Wilde once said, “Seriousness is the only refuge of the shallow.” I’ll let you make of that what you will, but there is a Continue reading Cupcakes > PowerTap
One of the coolest things about Colorado Springs is the velodrome, which is less than a mile from my house. Last night was the Pro Continue reading The Sunday Spore With D2: Track Marks!
Sorry in advance to my co-workers for using all the bandwidth. And to my girlfriend, who will be neglected… Who’s your pick? Image source: http://surfabike.wordpress.com/2012/06/22/friday-bike-poster-tdf-cigarette-collector-card/ by
Last week with Dirty was real shit that mattered and humbling bike time. Everyone should have a week with Dirty, this guy likes to just Continue reading Let it out and take it in…
DC bloggers get a lot of e-mails about cycling products and events; we’re asked to review them, endorse them, and basically spread the word. Since Continue reading Book Review: ‘Watch Your Line’ by Alan Canfield