A minor miracle for Davis Phinney

Great interview in the Marin Independent-Journal today with Davis Phinney, 1984 Olympic cyclist, 2-time Tour de France stage winner, and America’s winningest cyclist. Cycling in Marin: Champion cyclist regains control of his life in battle with Parkinson’s IF you’re looking for minor miracles, look no further than Davis Phinney. For most of the past three […]

Was it a sign?

Not very impressive, I know, but the Garmin battery crapped out in Cotton Bottom … and since I felt like complete poop, I wondered if the GPS was telling me to stop and get a garlic burger. I didn’t succumb to the urge, for two reasons … one, I was trying to get in something […]

I’ve hit the trifecta!

Liège-Bastogne-Liège is being broadcast live on Cycling.TV, and again I’m able to watch it without a subscription … much poorer quality video than a couple weeks ago for Paris-Roubaix, but I’ll take what I can get. And even grainy/pixelated coverage of Phillippe Gilbert attacking hard on La Rédoute is pretty amazing. And now Paolo Bettini […]

So it appears I was wrong …

Tour de Georgia finishes tomorrow, and (Crack) Rock Racing hasn’t imploded yet. Definitely have to back off my prediction, although I’m not sure how happy the team is going to be with Oscar Sevilla’s 6th place finish … But what’s the story with Tyler Hamilton being 41-minutes back? The twin not helping him pedal this […]