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Yes, the entire bicycle industry is celebrating itself this week in the wonderful town of Las Vegas, Nevada. (If you don’t like this ridiculous city, you’re taking yourself far too seriously.) We thought it might be a good exercise to … Continue reading
Bike, helmet, flat repair, food, lights, extra layers—those were about all I thought I could possibly require (save for a bit of hooch in case the mercury looked like it was going take a plunge) before heading out on a … Continue reading
Interested in a chance at Mark Cavendish’s World Championship jersey? No? Well, then how about Ryder Hesjedal’s 2012 Maglia Rosa—or Andy Hampsten’s white jersey from the 1986 Tour de France (complete with the foie gras stain sustained during a food … Continue reading
Some may call it a shortcut, but we prefer to think of the Canadian line as a more creative approach to line selection through turns and other key racecourse sections. Either way, this video is funny.
Join Argonaut Cycles (the guys who built Paved’s inaugural Dream Bike) at Shelter Half in LA and learn more about their custom carbon-fiber space bikes made here in the USA. Also, there will be fine beverages and delicious snacks.
The kind folks over at Portland Design Works have to put together a fine little video reminding us that there is indeed a rack for every occasion. Racks For All Occasions
Yesterday’s Theater Thursday featured Michael Cotty’s atttack on the major climbs of the Alpes—in a single 600-plus kilometer ride. Well, as luck would have it, here’s Part II.
Whoever said boredom never led to anything worthwhile was surely content to while it away in front of a wall of drying paint. However, Shawn White, founder fo Ruckus Composites, a Portland, Oregon-based carbon repair and manufacturing outfit, isn’t that … Continue reading
Theater Thursday | Challenge Les Alpes Michael Cotty is an ambitious individual. Well, ambitious may be a bit of an understatement. The goal? Cycle from Evian les Bains to Nice—nonstop—across the heart of the Alps. The metrics? A devilish 666-kilometer … Continue reading
Words || Gary J Boulanger During a career that spanned five decades, the fiercely competitive British cyclist Beryl Burton won seven world titles (two road race championships and five track pursuit titles) and 96 national titles (12 road race championships, … Continue reading