i got an email today from USA Cycling. i’ve qualified to race the US MTB National Championships. Never mind, now, that i’ve raced my mt Continue reading state of the mountain bike nation
I hate this dead time of year right before the Tour starts. It’s always the same; the breathless anticipation of who’s on form, who’s the Continue reading The waiting is the hardest part.
So, I’m checking out Velonews early on a Saturday morning. I’ve already fed the entire female side of the family with bacon and eggs pre-shopping Continue reading Nice Bell…
Another event I’ve never made it out to and regret missing it each time. This year being no exception. Hey Jonny, Photo of the Test Continue reading Test Of Metal
Gonchar did a transfusion or EPO or something, and the internal blood profiling in T-Mobile caught it, and they booted him. Usually, almost always, the Continue reading Something huge just happened in pro cycling
The Great Divide starts today. And where’s Randy? He was going to do this one. In a DC jersey. The last I heard, via email, Continue reading The Great Divide Race 2007
The 2007 edition of the Dauphine is exceeding expectations. One team is standing out above the others: Astana. Vinokourov, Kashechkin, and now Colom have made Continue reading Dominating the Dauphine
Howdy all, just thought that I would write in a race report seeing how its been a couple of years since I have done one. Continue reading Race Report from EL Pasoooooo
This is one way to fight doping: Don’t let ’em near your event. And if your event happens to be the biggest bicycle race in Continue reading Tour exclusions eminent?
It looks like Souza and the rest of his Cliff bar buddies just took the 24 Hours of RAAM Corporate Challenge. This is two updates Continue reading Cliff Bar takes RAAM 24
Yes, another edition of the Race Across American has begun. Info at raceacrossamerica.org. The skinny: At 9 am on Sunday morning, 30 solo racers for Continue reading RAAM underway
J.J. Haedo wins the 23rd edition of the Commerce Bank Philadelphia Championship. When a 156-mile race ends in a massive field sprint it’s easy to Continue reading J.J. Haedo takes Philly