Category Archives: Cycling
Later today starts another amazing 23 days of cycling. I have the Stevo locked on OLN and Newsgator pointed at Frank Steele’s always awesome Tour de France blog! Can Lance make it to seven? Will we see Jan Ullrich wear … Continue reading
The start of Le Tour is just hours away and I am already on the edge with anticipation. No matter the outcome, I guarantee that it is going to be an epic battle. Far more dramatic and compelling than any … Continue reading
New York Times article on the technological advances going into Lance Armstrong’s equipment for this year’s Tour de France “This is a mathematical model,” he said, noting that other factors affect performance. “A rider could have a bad breakfast.” (Link … Continue reading
From a spectators point of view, it’s a little early to be thinking of the 2004 Tour de France, but Eurosport has an excellent analysis of Armstrong’s chances for six “In the group of five-timers, however, Armstrong excels in one … Continue reading
Well, as I’m sure most know, Lance made it to number five. Congratulations on joining the Five-Timers-Club Congratulations also to the awesome Postal Team! Speaking of Lance, here’s a great quote from the recent Washington Post article by Sally Jenkins … Continue reading
Stage 16: Armstrong still retains the Yellow Jersey, but … “With a fractured collarbone, Tyler Hamilton has battled on to become the sixth American rider to win a stage of the Tour de France.”(via Le tour en direct I know … Continue reading
Kudos to all the riders in “Le Tour” this year!! I was on the edge of my seat, even while reading the live updates online of today’s stage 15. All I can say is WOW! I can’t wait to watch … Continue reading
At least Armstrong still retains the overall lead with 34 seconds over Ullrich, but … “Ullrich … powered across the 29 miles of rolling vineyards in 58 minutes, 32 seconds to take the Tour’s 12th stage. He was the only … Continue reading
Catherine sent me the following quote from Tyler Hamilton’s latest journal entry about his current status at the Tour: “The pain in my collarbone is now being matched by pain in my spine. I started feeling a jabbing pain in … Continue reading
Anil Dash points to a great Tour de France weblog. I’d like to add however, that VeloNews has been reporting live coverage of the tour in blog-like fashion for the last few years, which has been great as well!
Postal Wins the Team Time Trial and “Victor Hugo Pena has become the first Colombian ever to wear the yellow jersey of the Tour de France.” That’s so awesome! Also, Tyler Hamilton, still riding with a broken collarbone, finishes the … Continue reading
Amazing! — Tyler Hamilton has started stage two of the Tour De France with a broken collarbone, which he suffered during yesterday’s massive crash at the end of stage one! “The second stage of the Tour de France is now … Continue reading
This year being the 100 Anniversary of the Tour and (potentially) Armstrong’s 5th consecutive win, next only to Miguel Indurain, I’m eagerly awaiting the start of today’s prologue and live coverage on OLN TV. It also looks like VeloNews will … Continue reading
I was looking forward to an epic Memorial Day ride today, but the current downpour seems to have put a damper on the plans. Perhaps I need one of these for the trails. (Thanks for the link Ed!)
Ahh, looks like a great day for a spring mountain bike ride! I went yesterday, but today it seems like the trails are just screaming for me to come back!