Archive for September, 2011

It just doesn’t matter.

A month into it already and the Oregon cyclocross season steps up another notch this weekend with a first year race in Canby on Saturday and the first Cross Crusade race at Alpenrose Velodrome on Sunday. Alpenrose is guaranteed to be a complete cluster fuck. And you know what? It just doesn’t matter. For me […]

Staying relevant.

I flew out to Wisconsin last week to race the USGP of Cyclocross opening weekend. And I got trounced. A few more weeks of racing into shape I think. A few more weeks of utter hurt. Been a long time since I’ve ridden so poorly in the mud. sad face. Ryan was dominant on Saturday […]

dolla dolla billz yall.

(wrote earlier last week) Just got done with a solid week/long weekend of racing. Read: hanging on for dear life! I’m getting beat up out there! Hard not to let it get to you that you are riding with zero form, rough technique and mediocre leg speed. This is what racing into shape feels like […]

Lazer Vision Eyewear preview!

You may get to see this at Interbike! And, if you are not going to Interbike check it out, my rep brought by a bunch of Lazer Vision eyewear. It is good looking gear. Some single lens styles and a few exchangeable lens styles. And, thankfully my personal favorite: BALLER WHITE WITH CLEAR LENSES. Cause […]

Zanconato custom cyclocross chainrings.

These just landed. They are beautiful. I’ll write more once I get them installed onto my cyclocross bike. Custom made, custom machined and designed. So much attention to detail. To fit Campagnolo CT, Campagnolo ST, 110 mm, and 130 mm Bolt Cirlces! Available combinations: Campagnolo CT – 36/42, 36/44, 38/44, 38/ 46 Campagnolo ST – […]

Raced a bike for the first time in months last weekend!

And it went about as well as I expected. I had one speed. Kinda fast but, not particularly very, very fast. Last week I wrapped up my final big block of training miles for cx season. And this week was a “rest” week. Putting that in quotes cause I did very little resting. c’est la […]