As of Sunday morning, the Tour Divide saw its first two riders hit the US/Mexico Border. Kurt Refsnider rolled in first early Sunday morning to Continue reading Tour Divide and No Idle Tour Update
Tour of Lombardy. The last Monument of the year. The leaves fall upon the roadway and the cycling season in kind. Il Lombardia Trailer Another Continue reading The classic of the falling leaves
With the Tour Divide slated to kick off tomorrow in Canada, here is the last DC interview with someone attemtping Tour Divide. I give you Continue reading Tour Divide Interview: Jake Kirkpatrick
For our next round of interviews with folks who are attempting the Tour Divide, I give you Dejay Birtch, a man who has been a Continue reading Tour Divide Interview: Dejay Birtch
“Just ride your bike till they make you stop.” That’s what Dirty Biker said to me. And that’s what I did. I started out with Continue reading Mohican MTB 100 – a fucking beast of a ride.
What I’ve been doing, in preparation for the biggest race of my life, is a lot of mother fucking riding. I had 4 weeks in Continue reading Mohican – sub minus 5 days.
Ludo Dierckxens knew only one way to ride. Image source: http://www.pezcyclingnews.com/?pg=fullstory&id=5809. Interview with Dierckxens here: http://www.dailypeloton.com/displayarticle.asp?pk=5738. by
2011 Giro d’Italia, Stage 14. Yes, it was yesterday. I’ve been busy. And, I haven’t seen a video of today’s action online yet. I’m sure Continue reading Igor Antón on the Zoncolan
The alarm went off at 4:30am yesterday and I fumbled my way to the tea kettle to press myself a nice strong cup of coffee. Continue reading Inspiration All Around
Oh hell yeah. I’ve got a Hampsten poster on the wall, signed and framed. One of the biggest days in the history of American cycling. Continue reading Hampsten. Baller since 1988.
It is a glorious morning here in Prescott, Az and the Whiskey offroad “50 Proof” just went off with a shotgun blast. Normally I like Continue reading 50 proof
Ah yes, the Giro. With all its wonderful fireworks, trials, tribulations, glory and anguish. This was the exciting race to watch when we endured the Continue reading 2005 Giro d’Italia, Stage 19