Sitting behind this desk. I can’t leave for 8 hours. The weather outside is perfect and I think I might be dying a little bit. This helps… Continue reading Get Some.
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Even though I don’t really speak or understand any French, I think the message is pretty clear on this one, baller. In the early 80’s, Continue reading La legende Greg Lemond
230 kilometers across the countryside. 118 men toed the line in Heerlen. 42 finished. Top spot was Maertens. Jan Raas, second place on the day, Continue reading Freddy Maertens – Amstel Gold Race 1976
This is Charles. He lost his arm in a train accident. Charles doesn’t let that get in the way of riding his bike, or racing Continue reading He is harder than you.
My friend, Average Joe, wrote some pretty cool words on his blog today. I shared it on our facebook this morning, but I felt that everybody should Continue reading Pedaling with Parkinson’s: My dad’s great win at the Tour De Tucson
eating a hipster for breakfast makes a ferociously favorable social statement. unfortunately the over-electrolytic makeup of their salty vibes can skew depth perception. euro track Continue reading Real Bicycle Racing.
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You think Wilfried’s got better things to do with his time than smile nice for the camera? Image source: http://cyclisme-cb.blogspot.com/2007_02_01_archive.html. My God. He’s looking at Continue reading Wilfried Nelissen
I wasn’t able to make it track nationals, but someone did share this gem with me. Looks like there some serious action in LA last Continue reading Fear the Mullet
This image would have been taken around 1990 or 1991. Just look at that sneer. I can’t imagine the man was much afraid of anything. Continue reading Wilfried Nelissen
I can’t understand a word of it. But, you don’t really have to. Tchmil was hard as nails. First he takes a swing at Planckaert. Continue reading Andrei Tchmil versus Jo Planckaert