This one in from out Far East Correspondent Response. I spent a year in Dongguan China. It’s a very chaotic but fun and bicycle friendly Continue reading My Chinese 4th of July
First thing I saw this morning. Sad news. Two-time Tour de France winner Laurent Fignon has died at the age of 50 following a battle Continue reading Fignon
This one in from Mike L. It’s been in my inbox for a few weeks. Seems this back-to-school thing has kept me busy. Ski Condo Continue reading A random ‘cross ride report
The Seattle adventure is not near done. I found old friends, as well as fall-in-lap employment, in Central. 1st Hill – an interesting, quirky area Continue reading In the shadows of very tall buildings
Summer is winding down and Cyclocross practice has been in full effect (affect? effect?) in Cincinnati since July. My bike just got painted and rebuilt. Continue reading It’s that time of year.
HOLLA! This is awesome. People are talking. And some are doing. CrossVegas has joined the list of particularly cyclo-cross races moving to narrow the prize Continue reading A step in the right direction
“Dawn Patrol” is a term I picked up a few weeks ago on a surf trip to southern California. It is what my friends used Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Dawn Patrol
My plan was to ride early. If I’m to get out on the bike, that is the only time it’s going to work. It’s hot Continue reading Get out and get some
Sat down to read a pilfered copy of Sports Illustrated this morning, and saw something interesting in the “Go Figure” section, where the fine folks Continue reading One Man’s Trash….
I crossed paths with this guy last year while he was riding a beach cruiser across the country to raise money for his local bike co-op. Continue reading Plan a trip. Take the family
A while back, I was holding down the bar with everybody’s favorite Gnome and he was telling me about all the riding he has been getting Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Singletrack Hunting.
My summer of having no responsibilities, except of riding bikes and enjoying the days and nights is slowly coming to and end. Monday morning brings Continue reading It’s Gotta End Sometime