Monthly Archives: March 2010

Milan-San Remo Group Ride Wrap

The first two hundred kilometers of the Milan - San Remo one day classic play out like a group ride with triathletes in it. The pace is a little too high. It's a little more competitive than it ...

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The Grand Illusion

A Get-Em-Before-They’re Gone Note from Fatty: Registration for the Third Annual 100 Miles of Nowhere has been selling pretty darn briskly. So darn briskly, in fact, that by the time the ...

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Watershed

The ongoing parade of new bike and gear reviews have, at times, had the ability to overwhelm the reviews written on those products we ought to remember. I began thinking about the cycling ...

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Thursday Group Ride: Milan-San Remo

What? A Group Ride on a Thursday? Well, yes. I promised when the Het Nieuwsblad Group Ride went off a few short hours before the race itself got underway that I’d do a better job as the ...

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Astana-shing Attack

Far be it from me to disagree with Paul Sherwen. That guy has probably raced more pro races than I’ve seen. Having said that, Sherwen’s take on Alberto Contador’s Stage 7 attack ...

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FGR #13 Wrap

OK, we asked what your everyday ride was made from and here were the answers: 25 Responses 9 Steel 7 Carbon 5 Aluminum 4 Titanium As many of you pointed out, it’s all about conditions and ...

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