Just in time for that late summer heat wave. Or just keeping the warm days cool. How to Ride in the Heat–Prep Tips from a Roads Scholar.
An earth-shattering rumble was heard in Europe last week, as the Everesting record was shattered by a relative unknown, taken by 23 minutes, and an up-and-coming star stormed to a comfortable solo victory at Strade […]
A trailer for city cyclists. When the pandemic hit, the goal was to avoid people; and that meant avoiding buses, subways, and private cars. They all appeared, at first blush, to be spreading vehicles. […]
I ride. Whether I need to or not. This acute case of ridingitis manifested itself into a book some time ago. Called Where To Bike New York City (the Australian publisher felt that Americans were […]
Racing must continue. In 2020, not 2021. The sooner the better. For everyone’s sake. I’m not just writing that as an addict, as someone who has written a book on the Tour de France, but […]
part one, Church of the Big Ring can be found is here. We might not remember that first moment, but it might be the reason we’re riding. It is the moment when all the mechanics […]
A great project to do if you want a clean chain, fast, and smooth chain. No grease marks, no mess, and longer chain life. And an old-school hack to boot. tools needed: Chain tool–either […]
Years ago, I called a friend about going for a Sunday ride. He still lived with his parents. His dad answered. When I revealed the nature of my call, his father told me I should […]