Category Archives: racing!
“The bicycle is a curious vehicle. Its passenger is its engine.” ~John Howard As my road season comes to a close (there are still a couple of races left), I want to take a few moments to reflect on my … Continue reading
I remember hearing about this incredible group of women who rode the entire route of the 2012 Tour de France. No, they weren’t elite athletes, just “everyday” women cyclists. I aspire to be like them! Read this story about them. … Continue reading
This weekend I competed in two criterium championships. The first was Friday night and was an open race, but the Cat 4 women were scored separately from the Cat 1, 2, 3 women. Saturday was the age group criterium championships: … Continue reading
I write a lot about women’s cycling. Today’s post is no exception. Like many cycling fanatics, I have been watching the Tour de France everyday. I wait patiently (and sometimes on the edge of my seat) for the sprints, feel … Continue reading
This past weekend I watched the criteriums at the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic last weekend. This is the first annual 2-day event that next year will most likely be on the NRC and maybe a UCI event. There were only elite … Continue reading