I’ve always appreciated this lesson.
Sometimes, crashing can be a good thing.
Please enjoy this excerpt from Pro Cycling on $10 a Day: From Fat Kid to Euro Pro.
Once and for all, here’s the skinny about shaved legs, a major source of ridicule for male Roadies.
Trizophrenia: Inside the Minds of a Triathlete, by nationally syndicated illustrator and veteran triathlete Jef Mallett, offers up a witty, thoughtful, and entertaining exploration of the triathlon lifestyle
Even though there was no hope of my winning a race, or even being among the top men in my age group, I loved the act of racing. I loved the spirit of competition.
If I could relive one period of the past, it would be my first full season as a pro, in 1988.
We were sent home with a portable device to record our heart activity and blood pressure for the next twenty-four hours.
DUDE! Put away your junk! Why do cyclists wear those skintight, spandex shorts!?
Seriously, what is up with those ugly jerseys cyclists wear!?
The average Roadie owns eight bikes.
Many Roadies call it torture. There are two basic designs: rollers and wind trainers. Neither one is fun to ride.
Criterium racing is the most popular and most common format of bike racing in the U.S. Get your primer on how to watch them and how they are raced!
There are two types of bike racers: those who find great strength in the face of a setback and those who crack because of it.