Archive for the ‘Cyclocross’ Category
HURTLING down a hill at up to 100km/h isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time — but hey, don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.
Albury man Mark Riddell quickly became hooked after giving a gravity bike a go.
Now he even believes the thrill-seeking sport could become a tourism asset on the Border … Pictures and more
Is putting your bike in a box the most stressful thing a cyclist can do? Breaking your hard-earned pride and joy into pieces, putting these into a case and handing it over to a baggage handler is the most gut wrenching thing I’ve had to do as a cyclist.
I’m heading off to ride the HotChillee 2013 Alpine Challenge, a three day event based out of the French Alpine town of Annecy. Having ridden the HotChillee London to Paris event earlier in the year I know I’m in excellent hands and that all I will need to do in the next few days is relax and ride.
But I’ll confess I’m a bit a worrier and … More
If getting cut from the team in one sport leads to excelling in another, then we should all try out for college soccer.
It worked for Alison Dunlap. In 1987, after Dunlap just missed out on playing Division I soccer for Colorado College in Colorado Springs, she joined a cycling club instead, then went on to dominate womenâ€™s cycling in multiple disciplines and represent the United States not once, but twice, in the summer Olympic GamesÂ Â …Â More