Have I told you just how amazing the Mongolia Bike Challenge is? If it's not on your New Year Resolution list to get entered then I might have to disown you. And if you are interested you can contact me, I have a special offer whereby you can get some euros off the entry price. … Continue reading crankpunk on the Mongolia Bike Challenge, featured in Action Asia magazine
Happy New Year folks! Here's my take on 2014 on PezCycling News, click the link below to have a ganders. All the best for 2015!
some crackers here.
We had a decision to make. The 2013 winner of the Taiwan KOM Challenge had arrived on the start line of the race fresh from a doping suspension, causing heated debate on internet as to the validity of his victory. The integrity of the event that we had been working hard on for so many … Continue reading The Taiwan KOM Challenge: why we banned all formerly suspended riders from our race
OK, so he rides Specialized. give him a break on that one, because we finally have a World Champ who is wearing black shorts... and an interesting little video here from OPQS. Kwiatkowski with Selfie Stick... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4BrTm2KhAs
Cheers to VeloNews.com and Neal Rogers for allowing me to get a report on the 2014 Genco Mongolia Bike Challenge up there. Click the image below to access the article, thanks!
“These Euros, they smell fear,” he said, whispering under his breath lest anyone hear. “I gotta be honest,” I replied, leaning forward, “the descents on that single track ridiculousness scare the living bejeesus out of me.” His eyes darted back and forth as though he was awaiting an attack by plastic tray from one of … Continue reading CrankPunking at the 2014 Craft Trans Alp MTB race [or] Gettin’ An Ass-Kickin’ in Europe
Some folk in the cycling world feel that 2014 has been a less-than-stellar vintage in regards to Grand Tours. The Giro d’Italia saw the first Grand Tour win for Colombian Nairo Quintana, though the way the Movistar rider prised the famous Maglia Rosa from the shoulders of his compatriot Rigoberto Uran had fans disputing the … Continue reading The Vuelta 2014 promises fireworks
this article originally appeared on The Roar Eurosport’s coverage of the 2014 Tour de France had a section at the end of each stage that was entitled ‘LeMond on Tour’. This featured the combustible-looking, three-time Tour winner Greg LeMond chatting to a host of the Tour’s personalities. One day his French co-host ushered onto … Continue reading UCI & ASO need to ban Riis and Vino (& the rest) from Le Tour
another year, another Tour, thank the cycling gods this one was better than the last. read my take on Le Tour de Change here on PezCycling News, just click on the image below.