- 7hr vacation car ride, winding roads turned steep. "This is brutal, I would never ride this!" Summit, remembered.. did as Pro 1/2 race. 3 months ago
- @AntonioTunston I think 25mm should fit fine. 1 year ago
- Still under the weather but that's sure to change w/ local omelettes c/o @LoisNatural Farm-2-My-Table @TallSockRacing http://t.co/TkemkL2UJ4 2 years ago
- RT @TallSockRacing: A huge thanks to Hotel Brown for an amazing, fun and filling stay! T... goo.gl/M6zdDY http://t.co/UaZHi7Gmvw 2 years ago
- New road kicks for 15? If not, could be office worthy #goeswithlinen @TallSockRacing http://t.co/VDBiC2wO4Y 2 years ago
Category Archives: France
I received an email the other day for the 2012 rendition of La Pyreneene Cyclosportive and couldn’t help myself from clicking the link. A few clicks later, I found a photo of myself from the 2011 version. It’s a miracle … Continue reading
With the final ride complete and a whirlwind of packing, it’s time to finally say goodbye to Provence. And what a wonderful year it was! Watch this space for pathetically sentimental posts in the near future.
Note: Be sure to watch it in full screen @ 720p for full enjoyment. 10 hours before this video I was unable to open my eyes from allergies (didn’t know I had any!) I was reduced to lying in bed … Continue reading
Sadly, only SD resolution on the blog… but view it on Vimeo in HD glory. La Vaujany Cyclosportive 2011 in HD.
This is from the “Le Ventoux Master” Cyclosportive held in Beaumes de Venise every year in late May. Had some trouble with the video as the quality was horrible for some reason at the start. It eventually “fixed” itself until … Continue reading
Back in the day I had the pleasure of riding around West Point in one of my very first road bike races while racing in the collegiate ranks. As a die-hard MTB’er, my entire opinion of road biking was formulated … Continue reading
Le Mistral. Even folks from across the Atlantic have heard of this term and stories of the associate wind that it holds… perhaps from reading “A Year In Provence” by Peter Mayle or from another source. It’s legendary. And when … Continue reading
I used to perceive Spring (or Winter) Training differently. Several years ago it was synonymous with “opportunity”. Other guys would get old or lazy or have other things on their mind while you could train indoors and get fast. No … Continue reading
January. If you go to the lengths of looking up this word in a cycling dictionary its masked by the blasphemous symbols #%#*@!&$. True Story. I thought back to previous January’s in my cycling history. Yes we all want to … Continue reading
Finally got around to editing some footage from the Bosses du 13 Cyclosportive in Marseille from this past September.
There’s a lot you can learn from exploratory studies. In fact, it was my official major back in 1997 in Upstate NY. It was a nice phrase that private universities used at the time, replacing the previous [rejected] designation, “this … Continue reading
Remember those photos a few weeks ago of our first visitor to Wayward Cyclist Headquarters? I think I promised to write a follow-up but never got around to it. You can get up to speed by reading part 1 here. … Continue reading
I should probably follow up with the latest big milestone over here at our Mediterranean perched flat… our very first visitor! [reader pauses… says “pfff, I’m a cyclist, I don’t want to hear about this domestic crap”] But as you … Continue reading
I was reading a blog the other day of an old friend. Most bikers have a friend like this… it’s the guy (or gal) that you met at your first race when you entered the beginner category race and saw … Continue reading
[this post is a bit of a ramble, but stick with it if you’re hardcore] Some days just aren’t your day. Some days you’re on. This day was the former. Even so, I desperately needed a good day to cheer … Continue reading