Forgiveness

The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. Mahatma Gandhi Like pretty much every cyclist in America I watched the Lance Armstrong interview with Oprah. Here is what we know. Lance lied and cheated for years. He went out of his way to crush anyone who stood in his way. He […]

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Look Quartz Review

I actually shot this clip in 2011 and if anything my opinion of the Look Quartz pedals has gone up. I have ridden them in every cindition possible and never had a problem clipping in or clipping out. The Sidi Dragon 2 shoes I have found to be a great shoe for mountain biking. Super […]

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Euro ‘Cross Action

Man you gotta love the interwebs. Whatever you are into you can find. You say you like it dirty? I have the fix. Check out the Cylocrossable Channel on YouTube for the latest races across the pond. From what I can tell some blokes in Britain are behind this and god love them. The commentary […]

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MacAskill vs. Hoy

Check this out, a non doping post on a cycling blog. Crazy. After watching this I have determined I need a derney, seriously. Not sure about the Poc helmet though. Competitive Cyclist supports all things Big Ring

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I Am a D-Bag/Why I Doped

The Lance/Bruyneel house of cards is finally imploding on the weight of the self serving lies and broken dreams of clean riders. Today in the Wall Street Journal Levi Leipheimer gave his self serving reason for why he cheated. Why he stole from clean riders: I regret that this was the state of affairs in […]

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Quality Of Effort?

I am not as fast as I use to be. There are a few reasons for this with the main one being I have not put in the time I need on the bike. Yes I am hitting the gym, eating reasonably well, sleeping well etc. But the plain fact is I am lacking miles. […]

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This Is Gonna Hurt

The first race of the UTCX Series is this Saturday. Normally I would be chomping at the bit to throw down after a summer of training my ass off. This year I have been struggling to make training work around a less than optimal work schedule combined with a ton off off bike distractions.  The […]

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Cauberg Curb Stomp

BMC finally got their moneys worth from Gilbert. He was MIA in the classics but 2 stage wins at the Vuelta was a good sign that he was finding him race legs. The lead in to the Cauberg was insane with the Belgians and Italians drilling the shit out of it on the front fro […]

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