Archive for September, 2009« Previous Entries
Since Lemond Cycling and Trek have been fighting, I noticed that the Lemond website has disappeared. As with most bicycle company websites, the site had historical information on models from previous years. This information was especially helpful when buying a used bicycle because you could look up the specifications and components of models from the […]
While riding in the Nation’s Triathlon, I noticed a large number of empty Gu packages and other discarded gel wrappers on the course. They were thrown out by triathletes who chose not to put the wrapper back in their jersey pocket or bag after eating the gu.
THESE WRAPPERS CAN CAUSE FLATS.
Out of consideration […]
I reached an important cycling milestone this weekend. I have bicycled 20,000 miles in my lifetime. Although I bicycled as a child, these are miles that I have bicycled as an adult. I took up cycling several years after I graduated college and within 2 years, I began to ride at least 1000 miles per […]
Alice Swanson was a 22 year old that was killed in a bicycle accident in July 2008. I wrote about her in several previous posts including one at the time of the accident, another with a tribute video of her ghost bike and one with some reflections on the ghost bike after 1 year.
I am writing again […]
I regularly scan craigslist looking for interesting bicycles. Sometimes you can find a gem but the list tends to be dominated by crappy old bikes and unintentionally funny ads. Today I found a listing that meets both criteria.
2007 tour de france bike Great condition - $225 (alexandria)
Date: 2009-09-10, 7:01PM EDTReply to:
GREAT CONDITION, BRAND NEW […]« Previous Entries