More importantly – how much rest is enough rest? I had a day off the bike on Saturday, which basically meant I rode with the Continue reading How many miles is ‘too many’ miles?
Well well well. I haven’t done much on this site since Old Pueblo except write some innocuous comments on random posts and piss off at Continue reading Confusing the Seasons
I’m probably off the back on this one too, but I’m going to share it anyway. Great insight into life in the caravan and how Continue reading PRO
Mark your calenders, June 4, 2011 will be the fourth running of SSUSA. Kramer set up the website, with all of the information you could Continue reading SSUSA 2011
Race Radios to be permitted in NRC competition again (March 11, 2011) — After gathering input from U.S. teams, riders, organizers, officials and other stakeholders, Continue reading News update
Baller. Only one way to ride: At the front & full tilt. Handing out beat-downs like party favors. Welcome to my world. My world is Continue reading Johan Museeuw
…somewhere in the central AZ desert. Have a great weekend everybody. Enjoy the ride! by
I received a somber email from Scandinavian Jesus this morning about a local cyclist down. Although she was best known for running, she was a Continue reading Cyclist Down: Sally Meyerhoff
OK, I thought I was getting better at this posting and embedding thing, but apparent it was just an illusion. I tried embedding this one, Continue reading HUGE
Right on Main Avenue, near the train tracks and the Western edge of the Dunbar Spring neighborhood, is a building housing Jimbo, a cyclist woodworker, Continue reading My neighborhood framebuilder: Ed of LaSuprema Bicycles
I logged some hours in the saddle this weekend, this was my view at the end of the ride: Bikes, Pizza, and Beer, I couldn’t Continue reading The end of my ride
After a series of catastrophic events in my life last week, I decided it was time to quit smoking the mezz. It’s been 6 days Continue reading Sleepless nights and sweaty sheets.