The year was 1998. I was 28 years old, a handful of years out of college, and working in a bike shop as a mechanic. Continue reading VDB has a posse
This one in from our man Art, the AZ Cutter. Yes, he rode to glory in the Little 5 (See Breaking Away (1979), http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078902/; http://iusf.indiana.edu/little500/). Continue reading Return of the Flying Scotsman
I ran into Daryl from Form Cycles at the SSAZ afterparty a few weeks back and we got to talking about his bikes for this year’s NAHBS. The Continue reading Behind the Scenes at Form Cycles
Oh my, another year has gone by us all. The Classics of Spring are upon us once again. Men of Legend shall reign. In case Continue reading Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2012
Just got an email from my buddy AfghanBMXer. Seems he has been hard at work snapping some pictures of the people on bikes in his “neighborhood”. Not quite Continue reading Friday Motivation
Sitting behind this desk. I can’t leave for 8 hours. The weather outside is perfect and I think I might be dying a little bit. This helps… Continue reading Get Some.
Well, this just made my work day a little better… What’s your excuse? Get rad. Thanks to Garro for the link by
Even though I don’t really speak or understand any French, I think the message is pretty clear on this one, baller. In the early 80’s, Continue reading La legende Greg Lemond
230 kilometers across the countryside. 118 men toed the line in Heerlen. 42 finished. Top spot was Maertens. Jan Raas, second place on the day, Continue reading Freddy Maertens – Amstel Gold Race 1976
This is Charles. He lost his arm in a train accident. Charles doesn’t let that get in the way of riding his bike, or racing Continue reading He is harder than you.
My friend, Average Joe, wrote some pretty cool words on his blog today. I shared it on our facebook this morning, but I felt that everybody should Continue reading Pedaling with Parkinson’s: My dad’s great win at the Tour De Tucson