• hope bong

    by  • April 16, 2008 • 4 Comments

    and lest we forget … the most inspired and courageous piece of comedy/political commentary ever … when Colbert roasted Bush’s ass AND the media. (be sure to watch all three parts if you’ve been in the sand and never vid’d it)

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    Ride the Track?

    by  • April 16, 2008 • 9 Comments

    HELLYER VELODROME … it rocks The action at the Hellyer is heating up for this year. Though still early in the season, we’ve got a lot of people coming out and experimenting with the fun. Hellyer has a TON of events planned this year … and, if you are a roadie who wants to...

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    Madera Madness

    by  • April 15, 2008 • 10 Comments

    it’s a sickness … untreatable. and gots a few pics of day1 – – – Madera Women’s Elite It bugs me that i only get to see little snippets of the racing at events like Madera. It’s a pretty hectic race weekend with a 3 stages tucked into 48 hrs (or 4 in 72...

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    le oops

    by  • April 14, 2008 • 18 Comments

    What a weekend of bicycle riding. Paris Roubaix tosses out cycling in all its drama, personality, and circumstance. One day’s full-throttle firing on le’Tour-octane, eh? But, do any others mourn the loss of those few halcyon days years back when complete, live coverage was offered to us via OutdoorLife tv-vision? it wasn’t being there,...

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    hellyer’itis

    by  • April 10, 2008 • 3 Comments

    Ahhhh … next week we’ll tip 70’s in warm temps and trapse around the track infield under fewer and fewer layers of protection. I’m going to be working with both Larry Nolan and Rick Adams these next few weeks during the Tuesday and Wednesday night events. They are tutoring me up good, getting me...

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    track is rad’fahren

    by  • April 10, 2008 • 6 Comments

    i need more practice at the track, and i haven’t even pedaled yet. - my announcing tonite was crap on a kettle. it’s tongue push-ups and thesaurus flash cards to banish some of the suck out.   and scenery helps.

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