Saturday was a great day for a ride, albeit a bit cool (34 degrees). I've posted a video about the ride on my bike blog.
Yesterday I was able to get in a really good ride. 37.7 miles with over 2300 feet of climbing. Total ride time was 2 hours 45 minutes. I left the house at 6:30 a.m. and rode down 50 to Radford to 56. I then took 682 up to the Plains, and made my way to... Continue Reading →
Via @lancearmstrong, here are a few Tour de France riders who are on twitter. TdF riders on Twitter. @levileipheimer, @bradwiggins, @dzabriskie, @christianvdv, @thedpate, @cadelofficial, @wegelius, @andy_schleck, @kaarvesen, @carlos_sastre, @mickrogers, @ghincapie, @markrenshaw1, @bdlancaster, @laurenstendam, @stevendejongh, @koendekort, @fumybeppu. I currently follow Lance, Hincappie, and Leipheimer, as well as Johann Bruyneel.
Yesterday morning @cguder and I took a nice long ride on some of the best roads in Southeast Ohio. Route 56 recently got a new coat of asphalt, and we have been itching to get our bikes on it. Rt. 56 is a little sketchy to ride on during high-traffic times, but at 7:00 on... Continue Reading →
Had a great ride with @cguder today. We got started at 6:30 this morning. We had originally planned to just ride the bike path, but we were feeling energetic and decided to mix it up a bit. This was the first time I have climbed up 682. It wasn't a bad climb at all, and... Continue Reading →
How to Follow The Tour De France Online from the Wired How-To Wiki. The 2009 edition of the Tour de France -- the premiere event on the pro cycling calendar and the oldest of the three grand tours -- kicks off Saturday, July 4 with a short time trial in Monaco. If you're lucky enough... Continue Reading →
It's no secret that Lance Armstrong is riding the Tour de France this year. He's been all over the media and the web. He's got a huge following on Twitter, and he is getting tons of comments on his TDF training videos and training blog. So what's the big deal about using video and twitter... Continue Reading →