Rider Down

If there is anything worse than hearing that as a cyclist I don’t know what it is. I was out walking my dogs when I saw the news of Amy Dombroski on Twitter, I cried right then and there. I did not know Amy personally but she was my sister and we were connected. We […]

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Dopers Don’t Deserve Your Respect

Way back in the day (’98 or so) I was sorta fast on the MTB. I raced Pro for the SoBe Cannondale team. On a good day I would be in the top 30 at a NORBA National (Greatest race series ever until USAC got a hold of it) I rode out of my skin […]

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Cycling “Fans”

Cycling fans are never happy. Last year everyone bitched that Wiggins was boring, following wheels and waiting for the TT. This year we have Froome attacking every Mt. stage in yellow and blowing the hell out of the race. Now is it all doping talk, power files, VAM bullshit. I have no idea if Froome […]

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New MTB Parts!

I did a little upgrade to the MTB and made a little poorly filmed video of the unboxing. Anyone else running the SRAM/Shimano combo? I got all this sweet gear from Competitive Cyclist, they rule!

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Talansky Confirms

Andrew Talansky has just won Stage 3 of Paris Nice and is in yellow. That is friggin’ awesome. Talansky has gotten a lot of buzz about his talent and his very vocal criticism of the doping culture. I gotta say I like his style. Despite the wrecking ball from Texas and the total lack of […]

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Strade Bianchi Beatdown

Strade Bianche is a bad ass race. Not sure if it will ever have the cache or Flanders or Roubaix but it is bad ass. Fabian Cancellara is also a bad ass. He has won the race twice but the third one eluded him yesterday. As quoted by Cyclingnews.com: “The best team won today, there’s […]

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State Of The Big Ring

Hey there big ringers. It has been a while since I have posted regularly on here. The last 18 months I have lost my way in a lot of areas for a number of reasons. I like to think I have grown a lot in that time and have gained a new perpective on riding […]

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