Ha ha, nice!Sorry, I didn't notice she had a face.
That's the spirit!!!We drove over to Honey Springs Rd to cheer on our favorite Slovakian, Peter Sagan!
Here's my wife (me in the back).
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(the black bar is because gets mad when I post her photo all over the interweb.)
The speed of the pros uphill, vs. the speed of the enthusiast/club riders, was like night and day.
It is an interesting read.This is an interesting read. I wonder what the long-term plan is.
i hate to agree, (particularly in the afterglow of a win by a great guy who overcame a ton of adversity) but that was not a normal peloton pursuit of a breakaway.Most un motivated peloton I have ever seen. I guess just a training race for most of the top euro team guys.
good read. for me, the coverage is the standout feature--free via web or even on an app--and now i know why the production values are so high.This is an interesting read. I wonder what the long-term plan is. California dreaming: Why the Amgen Tour is sucessful - VeloNews.com