I’ve been trying to convince my buddy Al that he needs to start bike training with power. You see, Al foolishly signed up for next year’s GranFondo, which is essentially a 120km bike race.
I was speaking with some staff at a bike shop a few days ago and noticed that there was a petition regarding a provincial sales tax that bike shops have to pay.
This winter I spent some effort getting a more comfortable commuting setup for riding my bike to work. Since I no longer have a scooter, my only other viable method for getting to work is to drive our van and I’m really not that keen to do that.
Here’s a wizbang video clip of Lance Armstrong giving it to Paul Kimmage. Check it out here Lance makes Kimmage look like a fool.
This post is sort of a follow up to another post and comments about Lance Armstrong and doping in cycling. It’s a topic that has been discussed to death but even the dead can still be interesting.
As part of my rehabilitation from my scooter accident I decided to improve my heart and leg fitness by doing indoor bike training.
I’ve had this bike for about 8 or 9 months now. So far I’ve primarily used it for commuting, which was my intended use.
Well, at least I used to. Now I’m usually too busy in my spare time doing one of my many hobbies such as boat building, scanning my slides, recording my vinyl, or riding a bike.
I bought a new bike yesterday to replace the stolen RM Summit. This type of bike is apparently the hottest market right now, they call them concrete bikes.