Monthly Archives: September 2012
This mountain-biking thing may finally catch on. The National Interscholastic Cycling Association recently announced the formation of three new high-school mountain-biking leagues, bringing its total to 10 leagues in nine states. (California has northern and southern divisions). The new programs … Continue reading
Ever wonder what to do when you come to a stop light and there are no cars around to get the light to change? Here’s a nice video on how to trigger a traffic light on your bike.
Note to self: Don’t do a cyclocross race after three days in Vegas. Today was the inaugural Adirondack Cyclocross race held in Johnstown, NY, It was put on by the Adirondack Velo Club, a club in the Fulton/Montgomery counties area of NY. … Continue reading
Here is a very good video showing the great night of racing at the 2012 CrossVegas. The soundtrack is “Elvis” singing Viva Crossvegas.
My first weekend for the 2012 cyclocross season is in the books. Racing on both Saturday and Sunday was a great way to just jump right into the season. Okay, so I have been training for it, and I did … Continue reading
The New York State MTB Series finished up this past Sunday with the series finale, Riedlbauer’s Round Top Rally. The Riedlbauer course is a fun course with a lot of flowing singletrack and moderate climbing…well for a geared bike. Of … Continue reading
Ok, it’s that time of year again. With cyclocross season here, I wanted to share, again, how I made my own cyclocross barriers. They are quick, easy and cheap to make and very portable. So here is a re-post from … Continue reading
The United States will host the most cyclo-cross races in the world during the 2012-13 season. The events inscripted by the UCI will be part of the 2012-13 USA Cycling Professional Cyclo-cross Calendar (USACPCXC). In the 2011-12 season, Jeremy Powers (Easthampton, Mass./Team Rapha-Focus), Laura … Continue reading