YES! 70 degree weather hit yesterday and with it came the first sunburn of the year. Praisejesus March is fucking OVER! One more month on Continue reading April Fool’s Sun
If you have ever raced a bike you know how good a cold fizzy one tastes… regardless of what’s in the can, you know what Continue reading A coke… but where’s the smile?
Bernhard Eisel (HTC-Columbia) has often sacrificed his chances to help his teammates but the friendly Austrian finally got his day of glory at Gent-Wevelgem, winning Continue reading Gent-Wevelgem 2010
Hot damn. I was driving to school this morning (yes, I have no off days in this gig) and I got a text message from Continue reading Oscar Freire takes Milan – San Remo
Just got home, checking email and the like. What’d I get? I got this: by
Drunkenness, hangovers, and debauchery tend to come to mind when one thinks about alcohol and its effects. But could alcohol also have been a catalyst Continue reading I knew it was all about the sauce.
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2010 – (1/4) The hills Tom Boonen is as explosive as ever. The form looks very, very good. Heinrich Haussler also looks Continue reading Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2010 in four acts
“I knew that the form was good and that the team confided in me, but I would be lying if I thought at the start Continue reading In Spanish, it means “Arrow”
Monaco’s Cycling Federation has handed a two-year suspension to former Silence-Lotto rider Thomas Dekker for an EPO positive that resulted from the re-testing of an Continue reading Thomas Dekker suspended for two years.
After 11 years as a professional, Bobbie Traksel (Vacansoleil Pro Cycling Team) locked down the biggest win of his career as he out paced Rick Continue reading Kuurne-Bruxelles-Kuurne 2010
Juan Antonio Flecha wins Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Hot damn. Sky just bagging one right out the box. Read about the race at cyclingnews.com as well. Continue reading Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2010
From Velonews.com: American cyclist Tom Zirbel announced on his blog Friday that he is retiring from cycling rather than continue an aggressive fight against doping Continue reading Pessimism and the Power of a Website: Zirbel taps out.