Cycling

24 May 19
Montreal Gazette

“I haven’t seen the promised shift towards cycling,” said Suzanne Lareau, the president of Vélo Québec.

24 May 19
Bikerumor

Go back to the Roots of a World Champion with Kate Courtney – The second round of the UCI XC World Cup rolls out this weekend in the Czech Republic. So after a dominating performance last week in Albstadt, why not go back with Courtney’s Scott-SRAM team to where it all started. They team has […]

24 May 19
Blog

Let us face the reality. I am an old fart, going down the middle ages. When I jump out of the plane to make a living, I will never be as healthy as I am. I have a fused back and an ass leg. I am overweight [really] distorted. However, if it is not martial…

Value of regulation was originally published on China

24 May 19
Francine Haas

It’s Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start to summer!  While it may seem we’re stuck in rainy season, most of us have been able to enjoy a few hours of pleasant weather each day. So our plan for the weekend will be to be an expert on timing and get in some great riding […]

24 May 19
True Crime New Zealand

WAINUIOMATA, WELLINGTON. On the afternoon of January the 6th 2007. Karl Kuchenbecker was riding his quad bike in the hills that connect Lower Hutt to Wainuiomata. Karl was riding through a firebreak on his way home. When he was confronted by a drug frenzied, overly aggressive man wielding a shotgun. The man fired. Karl was hit and he fell to the ground. The man fired the shotgun two more times hitting Kuchenbecker. Karl, with what strength he had left made a run for it. He was then grabbed and stabbed repeatedly. Puncturing his lung. Kuchenbecker lay dying, alone. As the man looked for more victims.

This random act of killing has chilling similarities to the 1992 murder of Paul Anderson. Both were a victim seemingly chosen at random, both were completely unprovoked, and both were committed by Graeme Burton.

24 May 19
Adelante!

Between the blogging, and busking, and bantering, and bevvying (not Liam of course), this is also a major cycling expedition. The run up over the Sierra Guadarrama was long, high, cold, and just about did for us (not Liam, of course). Just a short blog, and we’ll let the pictures speak for themselves…. We is […]

24 May 19
Daily Republic

Saturday’s TV sports Baseball College •Big Ten Tournament, semifinals, BIG TEN, 7 a.m. •Big South Tournament, championship, ESPNU, 9 a.m. •SEC Tournament, semifinals, SEC, 10 a.m. •Big Ten Tournament, semifinals, BIG TEN, 11 a.m. •Teams TBA, Pac-12, noon •SEC Tournament, semifinals, SEC, 1:30 p.m. •Big Ten Tournament, semifinals, BIG TEN, 3 p.m., if necessary •UCLA at […]

24 May 19
Daily Republic

Editor’s note: To have an announcement run in Signups, send information to sports@dailyrepublic.net. FAIRFIELD INDIANS SUMMER COLLEGIATE BASEBALL PLAYER SEARCH — The Fairfield Indians are looking for players for their 2019 summer season. Prospective players must be between 18 and 24 and have high school and/or college experience. Graduating high school seniors and current college […]

24 May 19
Cycling Dumfries

Join us for a ride to Dalswinton: Sunday 2nd June starting at 1pm from the Farmer’s Market (in the railway station). We dearly love our food here at Cycling Dumfries – one of the reasons why we love the farmers’ market now it’s in its new location – and we love a bit of rural […]

24 May 19
Cycling, Film, and CP

I was passed on my way home Sunday by two teenage boys on bikes. What drew my attention to them was the fact that they were not just wearing helmets, but the straps were in the proper place. (extra points for doing Princeton guys) …Sad that that is what stood out. It pains me to […]

24 May 19
In The Know Cycling

When you’re craving a bar that keeps you low and forward on the bike, and offers obscenely wide options, look no further than the Whisky Parts Co. No. 9 Carbon Flat Handlebar. This beefy bar mocks those who thought 800’s were too wide with a whopping 840-millimeter option, crafted from durable uni-directional carbon that sheds […]

24 May 19
In The Know Cycling

Painstakingly developed to answer to DH-level abuse day in and day out, the Renthal Fatbar Carbon 35 Handlebar represents one of Renthal’s first forays into 35mm bars. 35mm, in case you haven’t heard, is poised to become the next handlebar standard for your dirt-devouring dream machine, and it brings the promise of increased stiffness and […]

24 May 19
In The Know Cycling

With a claimed weight of just 175g and the long, low-rise profile favored in enduro circles, the Race Face Next 1/4in Rise Wide Handlebar is ideally suited for rocking hard whether you’re cleaning steep grades or shredding lines through rock gardens and across trail furniture. In fact, Race Face is so confident in its own […]

24 May 19
In The Know Cycling

With a claimed weight of just 175g and the long, low-rise profile favored in enduro circles, the Race Face Next 1/4in Rise Wide Handlebar is ideally suited for rocking hard whether you’re cleaning steep grades or shredding lines through rock gardens and across trail furniture. In fact, Race Face is so confident in its own […]

24 May 19
In The Know Cycling

Regardless of its renowned homage to carbon, Zipp realizes that aluminum is far from an outdated material. Whether you prefer it for peace of mind in the heat of the sprint or find the slight weight difference an easy way to keep your ultra-light bike above legal weight limits for your Cat 1 debut, the […]