When I began to ride a bicycle seriously, I avoided hills like . . . well, a guy who hated hills. I wanted to be better, but… Read more “Vague Climbing Articles are Confusing at Best”
I enjoy it. Who among us hasn’t enjoyed transforming into a deer, running through the woods or feeding in a grassy meadow? What about a dog, like… Read more “Shape Shifting”
Greg came into the picture unexpectedly. He is the truest definition of the word unexpected. Yesterday wasn’t anything different from the last. Our group (yes, I actually attended… Read more “Teaching Greg”
Kites rise highest against the wind . . . not with it. —Winston Churchill The wind is a constant consideration with cyclists. How aerodynamic can I make my helmet,… Read more “Dust in the Wind”
I love learning various tips from the professional riders. This is a great video on Contador’s style. I tend to agree with the way he climbs. I… Read more “There are Two Parts to This”
My wife recently purchased a Toyota Camry Hybrid. This blog is not about the car (even though it is awesome). It’s about the instrument panel and… Read more “Camry Hybrid and Cycling”
I posted a blog earlier today, placing my thoughts about the larger potential of Peter Sagan. Is it possible for a “labeled” cyclist to win a “big… Read more “Sprinter to GC Champion . . . continued”
For the better or the worse, regardless of weather conditions.
No matter the hurdle, only passion for cycling matters.