In addition to sponsoring youth entry fees for anyone under the age of 24, Specialized will also be offering demo bikes for use at the event.
Without Peter Sagan, the Tour de France becomes Tour de Marcel Kittel, with the German taking 5 stage wins already. We also detail a route on Catalina Island, and discuss some new developments in the healthiness of coffee.
Cavendish goes to the hospital after a Tour de France Stage 4 crash, Sagan’s elbow blamed, leading to disqualification. Tour de France features fancy new viewing options. Kittel Wins Stage 3 with new Shimano disc brakes.
OC-based Guardian Bikes visits Shark Tank, Greg LeMond makes Tour predictions and suggestions, plus, this summer you can catch a free shuttle ride from Irvine to Laguna Beach on the Summer Breeze shuttle.
Topics include the new Shimano Ultegra R8000 and SRAM GX 12 releases, a review of the Bicyclist Provisions Matrix in the latest issue of the magazine, and a 50-mile proposed path that will connect Coachella Valley to the Salton Sea in California.
We discuss exciting news for any racer looking for a team to join the Leadville 100 MTB race in Colorado, that CAF is offering a spot on their team, and the results of the Dirty Kanza 200 for the men and women. We recap on the results of the first Hammer Series, and Justin gives us an overview of the Criterium du Dauphine.
We say goodbye to a great 100th Giro d’Italia, but introduce the exciting new Hammer Series, which we’ll follow up on in the next episode. Bro-biking is a new thing for tandem lovers, but we’re not sure if Daniel Summerhill’s recent past time will catch on.
We are so excited to welcome a long time racer, always a finisher, and BWR co-conspirator Philip Tinstman to talk about the Cervelo Belgian Waffle Ride, his years of racing, and the Tour of California.
This episode is a mix of local, national and international news. The main focus is a discussion of Paris-Roubaix, followed by our thoughts on the situation in Big Sur, highlighted by recent media articles. This episode is sponsored by the CERVÉLO Belgian Waffle Ride.
The entire team gets together and discusses upcoming SoCal events, EROICA California and the Cervelo Belgian Waffle Ride. We review the winners of the Tour of Flanders, comment on the PBS documentary about local Bicycle Brigade, the Ovarian Psycos, and lament on the LA Times report card on pedestrian fatalities in Los Angeles during 2016. The post-show covers topics regarding April Fool’s Day.
We announce the winner of last weeks giveaway, take a trip to Julian with Justin Macias as he relates his visit to the Jelly Belly pro cycling training camp, a future editorial piece we’ll be publishing in our magazine and then go into a discussion of some recent professional races.
For this issue, we’re looking at our own backyard. specifically Santiago Mountain, the focal point for many SoCal riders. So far as the bike recommendations for this original SoCal amusement park, we bring you the Marin Nail Trail 6, a fantastic value for the roadie looking to get into MTB.
Paris-Nice epic conclusion, the purple invaders in Anza Borrego Park, learning about LEOMO, why HIT workouts can extend your life, and breaking down the Bicyclist Provisions Matrix for the new issue #141!
We start with some follow up on the proposed bill for California cyclists to not have to stop at stop signs, then onto topics which include the Frenchman Romain Bardet’s disqualification at the first stage of the 75th Paris-Nice race; a new format is added to the UCI World Tour calendar, and we end with thoughts on “The Rules” in cycling.