Do what you do! A nice video about a human in the area that is also very good at riding bicycles quickly!
Oh man, more sick Keirin video.. perfect length for some Cadence Practice.. most likely coming to projector screen near you very soon..
A quiet day in lunchtime cadence class, so we loaded up the Nelson Vails Story.. super inspirational, check it out.
This years Gobblecross (five) was a success!
The weather was amazing and it was great to see so many people make the journey out by bicycle to check out the fun!
Congratulations to all of the racers for completing the challenging course!
We never got around to writing the press release detailing the story of ‘Edwards dethrones Timmerman Gobble Legacy’ .. as Kevan became the first A race champion to not be one of the brothers.
For some more info, details, photo links etc, check out the Gobblecross 2015 page.
As usual, only the nicest people in all the land showed up to play bicycles. It was great to see everyone.
Thanks for coming out! We should do it again sometime.
It was a decent day for the crew down at Hollenbecks.
official results: https://www.usacycling.org/results/index.php?permit=2015-626
Warhorse padded the coffers with a 2nd place finish in the 4/5 race despite creating a sweet noise maker / resistance training device / challenging mechanical out of his front chain ring. His finish shook down to 1st place in cat5.. but we won’t tell him that.
Kevan and Randy played silly pack games that didn’t really make any cents, since a strong break was made by three powerful 1/2’s in their 1/2/3 field. After spinning along for a few laps, it came to finishing toward the front of the up-hill-pack-sprint.. placing 6th and 7th overall… which ended up being 2nd and 3rd of the cat3.
“… if it doesn’t make dollars, then it doesn’t make sense…” – Christopher George Latore Wallace
Great job to everyone that was out racing, and huge thanks to the volunteers and organizers. It was a great race, with a very nice, pretty, rolling course. There was deliberation in the pack whether it would be easier to enlist the aid of a cow to climb that little ‘wall’ of a hill.
Thanks again to all the volunteers, hopefully that mysterious glowing orb in the sky didn’t burn ya too bad!