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.
I’m sick. And sore. I have a cough and am all snotty and shit. My doc called in some cough syrup (minus the hydrocodone). It Continue reading It’s Friday
It is truly my favorite time of year. God damn, I love me some Classics. This coming weekend brings us both Het Volk (now called Continue reading The Classics are coming.
We got an unsolicited email from Mr. Tom Zirbel recently regarding recent post of ours. The title alone is enough to tell you the direction Continue reading Pessimism and the Power of a Website: A Message from Tom Zirbel.
And we ain’t talking ’bout no Tucson Gray Wolf here, pardner. Rather, this is the Wolf. From: Santiego L. Subject: wolfman “El lobo” barking again!! Continue reading Wolf sighting
This one in from our boy 40 Hands. Here we go, I’m gonna make my best attempt at giving you full and complete report about Continue reading SSUSA Report
Another 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo is in the books, and as always, the folks over at Epic Rides put on one hell of an Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Tired.
PARIS — A French judge has issued an international arrest warrant for U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis in connection with a case of data hacking at Continue reading Breaking news…
There was a time when I lived where the only written words in my life were few, and they came from my soul, and they Continue reading Lamenting this bookish reprieve
Photo is of yours truly at the 2004 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo. I raced solo-single speed that year. I got sixth. Someone handed Continue reading I too, was once young and fit.
Not enough has been said about this day. This was the Big Time. You think you know hard? You don’t know hard. This is the Continue reading Passo Gavia 1988