I stole your Trek Madone road bike near 33rd and Vine (33rd and Vine)
Well actually I stole it from the guy who stole it from you so that I may give it back to you.Sunday afternoon there was a homeless looking guy rolling a bike by the back wheel down the alley. The u-lock was still around the front wheel and downtube so I stopped him. It was clear it was not his bike so I took it from him.
Please contact me to describe and claim.
Yes, the key you bring must fit the lock for me to turn the bike over to you.
What I know about you:
You bought the bike at Turin within last few years, you are over 6′ w wide shoulders, you have a kid, and you don’t ride as much as you had hoped.
We all know “Its all about performance” Well – if you don’t know, then go find out now! Next up in line is an all new serious cyclist. It is good to make fun of yourself!
Despite my best efforts in the past, looks like I’m back to working in the bay area, while living in Sacramento. The dynamics this time around are a little different from my previous Palo Alto employment, so I’ll be spending some nights in the bay area and some nights in Sacramento. So what does that mean for cycling? Well a couple of things.
I feel like I need to preface this post with the statement that I’m not looking to embarrass or disparage any sponsors. Corporate sponsorship is absolutely critical to the sport of professional (and amateur) cycling. It clearly takes a lot to run a pro cycling team – a delicate balancing act between athletes, sponsors, crew and media.
But these names are making it really really hard for me to cheer for you as you go flying by me.
The American River Bike Trail in Sacramento will be closed on the morning of March 13th for the 7th running of the Shamrock’n Half Marathon.
According to the published map, the event does a loop through Sacramento, and enters the bike trail at Northgate Blvd. It follows the trail all the way into Discovery Park.
Ahhh the GoPro – the little camera that could. I’ve talked here about this camera before, and some of its wonderful features (or potential enhancements under development.) That’s because it is a damn fine, action sports oriented camera. I’ve shown a small subset of my cycling life as seen through the time-lapse view it provides, and I even caught my own crash in high definition glory.
Well the folks at GoPro have been busy, and have release a couple of enhancements to the cleverly minimalist design.
I fell in love with cycling watching folks play mental and physical games with each other to be the first to cross lines in the road. While not particularly fond of “drama” I got some small enjoyment from the human stories behind the riders too. I’ve taken doping allegations, personality conflicts and shifting alliances in stride and without any real detraction from the sport I love.
Until recently. Really – Contador riding again without even actually getting a slap on the wrist? And why am I supposed to care that Lance has retired – again?
This creation truly brings new meaning to the term “lunch ride.” What the heck is going on out in Boulder, anyhow?
Of course the purists among us will point out that this is not, by definition, a bike.