If for whatever reason your ride, run or walk gets divided up into two or more Strava “activities” you can easily combine them into a single event to view your combined time, avg speed etc as a single activity. Export your data as a […]
Amazing story that you must read first, makes the video below off the charts Cyclingnews.com – Iljo Keisse: From tragedies to triumph A man who has over come so much is asked to over come yet one last hurdle after returning from much tragedy and pain […]
Paris Roubaix – the Monument, the classic – THE one day race all riders love and fear. 250km with 70km of roman cobblestones. Long, hard, fast, dangerous, luck and skill plus power. Who has it for the greatest one day race of them the […]
Best viewed full screen with the volume up! From Nations Number 1 Beast
The Birth of the Bicycle http://mashable.com/2015/08/29/evolution-of-bicycles/?utm_cid=mash-com-Tw-main-link
The Legendary Lightness – World Full Of You (Official Videoclip) Music by The Legendary Lightness Directed and edited by Adrian Winkler Photographed by Simon Huber and Mario Winkler Color Grading by Christian Müller Production: PiXiU Films, Laurin Merz Supported by Migros-Kulturprozent
Weekend launch party! I started this website in 1996, wow time flies. This current iteration based on WordPress with a customized HTML5 theme.
Yeah yeah, I scoffed too. Scattante? Performance Bike? But if you’re like me and not being paid to ride….. I’d been getting in shape and didn’t think my 25yr old PUCH steel SLX frame with components from anywhere and everywhere was properly motivating me. […]
Every day the Tour De France generates a new story line, a new hero, a new winner, a new looser and someone who came just short of writing themselves into the history books with an epic ride. After 19 stages, 2,032 miles and two […]
I think compact gearing exist’s so recreational riders aren’t running mid to low gears leaving them forever feeling inferior. Look over hear ma, I’m crunching the big stuff! Either that or a compact crank and compact gearing are more efficient and you can move […]
Inside the High-Octane and Lucrative World of Japan’s Cycling Spectacle
Broke my 4th Cannondale frame last spring. Sudden tire rub indicated I had broken spokes or a bent rim. I tried truing the wheel but suddenly noticed a gaping whole in the drive side chain stay. Hmmm I don’t think that’s supposed to be […]
Paris Roubaix is arguably the greatest one day cycling race in the world. Jørgen Leth captured the race, the riders and professional cycling itself in his 1976 classic A Sunday in Hell. The movie is hard to come by these days but DA Films […]
‘BOY,’ written by British Airways Great Britons winner Prasanna Puwanarajah is a moving short film starring actor Timothy Spall and was inspired by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A unique insight into a champion’s adrenaline and drive as he trains for the Olympics. Maclean’s heroic cycling is set against the story of Odysseus, creating a heart-stoppingly rich portrayal of man.
The Perfect Athlete from Duncan Elms on Vimeo. Australia is a land of champion athletes. But when it comes down to it, few of us have any idea about what it takes to produce a world-beating result… Kirk Docker deconstructs the machine that is […]
About 30 years ago, residents on Toronto’s Palmerston Avenue were complaining about cars racing up and down the street, using it as a way to avoid the nearby busy arterial Bathurst Street. read the full story via Why Cyclists Blow Through Stop Signs: It’s […]
Vive le tour! on Vimeo on Vimeo
Missing wheel? No problem – YouTube.
Tour of Utah – Queen Stage – Wacky Food Hand Ups on Vimeo on Vimeo
Danny Macaskill – Industrial Revolutions – YouTube.
Spent five days in Dublin for work, had Sunday off and went for a ride! Similar to an epic ride in San Francisco I followed the strict regime of staying up late for intensive liquid carbo loading, getting up early and hitting the most local […]
Watch “Tour Talk With Frankie and James Stage 9” Video at Bicycling.
Tour De France 2011: Johnny Hoogerland (Vacansoleil-DCM) Extracts Himself From…, Photos | Cyclingnews.com. http://www.cyclingnews.com/tour-de-france/stage-9/photos/181825
TOUR DE FRANCE 2011 stage 9 – car crashes into Juan Antonio Flecha and Johnny Hoogerland.
#sad – my man for this years tour 39 year old mountain goat and crazy man Chris Horner involved in 46mph crash that took out several riders. Broken nose, concussion and his 3rd? crash in 2 days. It’s been a bloodbath the last 4 […]
YouTube – Tour de France – Garmin-Cervelo wins Tour TTT.
Victoria’s Secret | Cycling Tips.
YouTube – Cancellara’s Descent « An Ordinary Cyclist.
I had one day off on a two week work trip and I wasn’t going to waste it. I almost did. I went to an 80’s themed party Saturday night with an old college friend. Lets just say I generally drink beer not Sex […]
After 23 years the US Pro Criterium Championships moved from Downers Grove Illinois to Glencoe. Sorry to see Downers Grove go as it was one of the longest running races in the nation and probably the closest to a cycling tradition the US has. […]
Want to win the single speed world championship, this is how you roll… http://www.kiwibikes.co.nz/frames/ http://www.kiwibikes.co.nz/single-speed-conversion/
The Church of the Big Ring is back in session, hopefully I will be faithful in attending weekly. The pastor welcomed me back with open arms and then promptly reminded me of my sins. Yes I was back on the bike for the second […]
Chicago is not exactly road or off-road nirvana for cyclists so we take what we can get but there are some hidden gems. I was introduced to one by Fabio Orlandi – the Des Plaines River Trail.
As of today Christian is in 3rd place in the Tour De France and i’m in front of an LCD display and keyboard 40lbs heavier than that fine day.
Chicago has been a little Seattle of late – wet. Very wet. Mow the lawn in August wet. No scorched earth anywhere to be found wet. The USPro Crit weekend was no different. Wet and wild. The rain let up for the pro race […]
Tested out my new Nikon Zoom lens at stage 1 and 2 of the Tour of Elk Grove. Chris Horner and Fast Freddie Rodriguez from team Predictor Lotto were in attendance plus all the top US pros. See the pics!
I made my first remote connection in 1992, using a Macintosh “cube”. BBS’es and file transfers were the purpose. Soon I was online with both Windows and Macs using programs such as Crosstalk. While intriguing, it wasn’t until I logged onto the Internet in […]
The Tour De France thought to have fallen into B movie status starring drugs dope doctors and disgrace has once again shown that when the players hit the stage nothing can stop the best damn show on TV. With 7 time award winning boss […]
Floyd Landis stands accused of doping on the way to victory last year in the Tour De France finally gets his day in court. Two weeks of testimony in a California court. TDF victory, millions of dollars and several careers hang in the balance, […]
I hadn’t seen but one Little 500 race in the 20 years since I had ridden – 20th anniversary for Team Posers! An old teammate got me an infield pass (Nice!!) and I just happened to have a brand new lens for my camera […]
King Poser training tips Want training tips from an actual coach, click here, or for masters here. Read on for tips from an old Poser who has gone from watching the finishes, to putting it in the top ten now and again. It wasn’t […]
If your team has a van, you’re not a Poser. Thumbs up is the universal ‘increase the speed’ sign Always upgrade if your tow is going to slow Don’t draft cabs except on the swing side (left) Don’t draft pulice vehicles (hey it was […]
First the Track (Velodrome) season ends. Then the road season. It’s Cyclocross time! Cyclocross (Wikipedia – Cyclo-cross) is an excellent way to stay in shape, improve your technical skills and stay sharp on the bike. Or you could cut the crap and say – Cross is like doing a 1hr individual TT dragging a fifty pound boulder on a rope interrupted by jumping on and off the bike at speed just to check and make sure you’re suffering enough. And suffer you will…
I’ve tried some stupid things in my quest for cross success (see image). There was the year I commuted on a fixed gear for 200 miles a week for a month prepping for the state championship. Or the year I did nothing but spin […]