What can you say about Tom Boonen today? It was incredible. He was the favorite today, and he rode like it. Image source: http://news.daylife.com/photo/04d62f5gsA9vh?__site=daylife&q=roubaix. In Continue reading Paris – Roubaix 2012
Early Thursday afternoon kicked off with a sense of relief as I had just finished the second draft of my thesis. After six weeks of Continue reading Of course this is a “Good Friday”, my Thursday royally sucked
It’s weekend time. Spring is in the air and I wish you all miles of glorious pavement and dirt beneath your tires! Here are a couple of tidbits from my Continue reading It’s time.
This photo was taken the day prior to last year’s edition of Paris-Roubaix. On the building by the right, we can read “the northern hell Continue reading Roubaix cometh
I’m a big fan of the Slam That Stem blog. Mostly ‘cuz I love looking at the candy. (Archive of said candy here.) However, I do Continue reading To slam, or not to slam: that is the question.
Next weekend up here in Fort Collins is the CSU race weekend, complete with a road race on Saturday followed by the Oval Crit on Continue reading Colorado Front Range Road Racing Drama
I haven’t had very much to say lately on Tuesdays. No big travel, no adventures, and no controversy. It has actually been pretty nice. Just riding Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Smiling
The 2012 edition of the Tour of Flanders is in the books, I was up at 6:30 to catch the start of the live coverage, Continue reading 2012 Tour of Flanders
Few in the pro peloton have ever come close to the amount of swagger that Mario Cipollini had and I doubt anybody ever will. He has Continue reading Long Live the Lion King
You all might remember Chad. Last year he raced the Giro with BMC, this year he’s killing it domestically with Competitive Cyclist. Can’t stop this kid from AZ. Enjoy. Continue reading Chad Beyer holds his line in Redlands Classic Crit