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
The heartbreak. The triumph. The anguish. The glory. The Spring Classics. I needed some stoke this morning. And this worked out just fine. Get some. Continue reading Omloop Het Volk 2007
Baller. These dudes were thud squad. by
Arizona native Chad Beyer is toeing the line at the Giro this year. A lot of us in the DC family knew this guy when Continue reading Chad Beyer is a god damn Baller
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.
Johan Museeuw took the Ronde van Vlaanderen three times in his career; 1993, 1995, and 1998. Doing it once is the stuff of legend. Three Continue reading Johan Museeuw
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
Every Easter Saturday, here in the desert, we have our own spring classic. It is not sanctioned, advertised, or even legal. It’s called the Squealer Continue reading Dude, you won the Squealer!
Freddy Maertens was a baller. Full stop. Freddy Maertens – Gent Wevelgem by
This might be the best I find tonight. Last 8k and Côte de Saint Nicolas. Boom goes the dynamite. by
Philippe Gilbert doesn’t have nerves of steel. Steel is nervous about Philippe Gilbert. Image source: http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/04/news/unbeatable-philippe-gilbert-takes-liege-bastongne-liege_169905. There’s just no stopping the guy … even when Continue reading Liège-Bastogne-Liège 2011
Rider down. Not from a car this time, but from cancer. A few weeks ago, Mike was diagnosed with Lymphoma and is currently undergoing intense Continue reading Rider Down: Mike Tag