Traveling light and with Sprocket on her road bike, we rode a small portion of the Camino de Santiago de Campostela from Burgos. This was during a stopover in Spain after touring Asia.
Soul Cycles Dillinger geared 29er
For part of the summer of ’09 I toured between xc and endurance races in Italy and in Switzerland on a geared Soul Cycles Dillinger 29er sent to me by Chad at SC for training […]
It had been swelteringly hot and clear skies until this afternoon, then all Hell broke loose in the mountains and I rode through a crackling hailstorm. It was freezing cold and sketchy, I waited out […]
The official schedule for this one lane, 1.2k tunnel is that from the top of the hour until a quarter past, traffic comes downhill, toward me. From a quarter past for the next 45 minutes, […]
Switzerland is interesting so far, at least anthropologically. The smug tidiness and order makes me want to strew trash around.
Tonight I’m in Verbier, Switzerland, TdF hero road paint and the giddiness of hosting a stage still infusing this ski town. Tomorrow racing the Grand Raid, a maximum volume swisstard marathon race governed by arcane eurologic that had me yesterday in a bike shop in Morges for […]
Unquestionable paradisiacal quality about this place, though the days smear together: don’t know how many afternoons of seriously buzzed biking in the hot sun and clear blue skies I’ve done after eating a lunch of […]
No, no, you’ve misunderstood. You evidently have an image of me spending interminable hours on dusty Italian climbs, pushing my mind and body to the limit while metaphysically embedded in time displaced pre-war images of the […]
[From June 2004 with Rob and Colin, all three of us on Bike Fridays.]
Oxford roads album
[From April 2004.]
[From March 2006.]