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
I get an enormous amount of e-mail from all of you and it’s great. I try my best, but getting to each and every one Continue reading Time to empty the in-box
Tuesday has come and gone and I couldn’t think of a single thing to write. I’m pretty worked from my trip to Cave mountain and Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Why do we do it?
That’s right kids. Straight to the Propaganda: After 2.5 years of existence Sunday Cycles has managed to pull off an Annual Sunday Cycle’s Bike Swap Continue reading 4th Annual Sunday Cycles Bike Swap – Don’t Miss Out
I’ve been getting the stoke for long rides since the Tour Divide started. That’s all the more reason to get social on July 2nd when Continue reading Reveal the Path Showing in Phoenix, AZ
Shit bag in the next room was laughing over this video- I agree Lance sucks. People that like Lance, suck more then him. Editors note- Continue reading Dirty’s butt stinks and he’s drunk in the next room…
This past week Dirty Biker has been in Spokane kicking it at Cave Mountain. The whole reason he came out to my territory was to Continue reading Dirty has been making Cave stop and smell the roses…
The towns of Cambridge (birthplace of Matt Kenseth) and Rockdale (birthplace of The Rock…kidding) make up the metropolis located about 20 minutes east of Madison. Continue reading Spot Check: CamRock
The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) mission statement is clear: “USADA is dedicated to preserving the integrity of competition, inspiring true sport, and protecting the Continue reading They call it “a massive doping conspiracy…” We call it “racing.”
As some just have, and many are currently discovering, long rides are the substantive fix this summer. The following embed inspires, if only for a Continue reading Southbound and Down.