Few in the pro peloton have ever come close to the amount of swagger that Mario Cipollini had and I doubt anybody ever will. He has Continue reading Long Live the Lion King
You all might remember Chad. Last year he raced the Giro with BMC, this year he’s killing it domestically with Competitive Cyclist. Can’t stop this kid from AZ. Enjoy. Continue reading Chad Beyer holds his line in Redlands Classic Crit
You are riding along, upright, and then BOOM. You’re down. They said possible thunder storms. The weather forecast has been so unreliable, we ignored it. Continue reading It happens so fast.
Boom Boom Boonen. Full write up here: http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/gent-wevelgem-2012/results. by
Before I moved to Colorado, I hadn’t really participated in any regular group rides since the Rose Bike rides in Maine. Flagstaff was a pretty Continue reading The Group Ride
You know what I love about the bike? The wheels. Because no matter what, they keep on rolling. That is unless you pull a Mark Continue reading Wheels
“Variety’s the very spice of life That gives it all its flavour.” William Cowper (1731-1800) Some of you like a variety of girls. Some of Continue reading Variety is the spice of life.
This article I am quoting below is older than hell at this point, from August of 2010. As the internet works in real time, hitting Continue reading Rise of something
A while back, I sent out a care package to my buddy Afghan BMXer somewhere in Afghnaistan. Judging by these pictures, I would say he is doing a Continue reading DC goes off to War
This has to be one of the finest days in cycling, the compassion socks getting fucking busted for making us all look bad. Really here Continue reading Man, those poor compassionate socks…
This is a story from my ride last Saturday. I’m just shy of three hours in at this point. I’ve done the hills. Time to Continue reading Of mice and men
I recently had the good fortune (thanks to 40 Hands and Dirty Biker) to receive a Niner One9 as a demo bike. The point was Continue reading Niner One9 Review, Part 1: The Unveiling