I tell you what, road racing is like eating a can of baked beans and washing it down with a pot of coffee because in Continue reading The third stage in the Giro d’Italia
The year was 1998. I was 28 years old, a handful of years out of college, and working in a bike shop as a mechanic. Continue reading VDB has a posse
The Whiskey came and the Whiskey went, with shots of fine liquor and a dime well spent. It was last year’s event that I first Continue reading The Great Whiskey (Off-Road) Debauchery
More information on the Whiskey Off-Road dropped in just under an hour ago. Lucky for me, I have the time this morning to actually post Continue reading Whiskey for breakfast, Whiskey for lunch
The alarm went off at 5 am Saturday morning. A short 3 hour nap after a wild night on the town in Prescott found us Continue reading It has been a long day
It would appear from what I can see on the interwebs that he is balls deep in Prescott. Image source: http://www.cyclingnews.c om/races/whiskey-off-road-2012/fat-tire-crit/photos/220000. And take a Continue reading Where’s Dirty?
Stuck in a shop, it’s no way to roll, good thing Todd at Epic Rides is flowing vicarious vids… by
Remember Bo Jackson? Won a Heisman Trophy & then was named an All-Star in both Professional Baseball and Professional Football. Yeah, Bo knows. “The reason Continue reading Bo Bikes Bama
It’s no secret around here that I have been bit by the fat tire bug. It has only been about 6 months, but my fat Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: New Bike Stoke.
Maxim Iglinskiy (Astana) attacked out of a small chasing group to catch Vincenzo Nibali (Liquigas-Cannondale) within sight of the flamme rouge and take the win Continue reading 2012 Liege–Bastogne–Liege
pre·tense/ prê•tens/ 1. An attempt to make something that is not the case appear true. 2. An attempt to make mountain biking appeal to RISD, Continue reading Hey, Are You Guys Open?
This is the latest installment in big jonny’s TGIF posts. Yeah, someone needed to bat clean-up on the workweek. And I’m your boy. One in Continue reading Pines to Mines