Wiggins Wins the Ghent Six Day – Sir Bradley Wiggins wins the Ghent Six with Cavendish by his side, but after this win he may have hinted that the Ghent Six may have been his last top-level race telling the Guardian, “I always wanted to go out on top, it’s been an incredible year. I’ve won a world title, the Olympic title, the Ghent Six with Cav. What else is there really?” Though this situation is speculative, we wonder how the professionals quell that racing desire, does it happen naturally?
Bradley Wiggins gives mixed signals on retirement after Ghent six-day win
Sir Bradley Wiggins hints that Ghent Six may have been his last top-level race (+ videos)
USA Cycling 2017 Mountain Bike Race Calendar
Trek President’s Advice for President Elect – President John Burke turned to the Huffington Post after being “increasingly frustrated” with the direction of this country. In response to this he wrote a book offering his advice for fixing our country. His top three tips include: fix congress, reform campaign finance, and create a higher performance government.
Trek boss offers president-elect Trump advice
Globalization on cycling – Most known bicycle products on the market are mass produced in China, Taiwan, and other places across the globe. Despite overseas manufacturing, you can still support American cycling by supporting Bike shops.We tend to think of bike shops as the life blood of our sport, and while we have no intentions of convincing customers to buy made in the USA only, we do encourage utilizing your LBS for all bicycle related inquiries following your purchase.
Are you Concerned About the Demise of Bike Shops? – Pinkbike Poll
Weather preparation (needed or not) – Figuring out the best way to dress and prepare for the upcoming changes in weather is a discussion we have every year. Have you ever experienced extreme weather?
The Tour Divide featuring Gary Johnson – Presidential hopeful Gary Johnson may not have won the presidency, but he may win a mountain bike race. During his campaign, Johnson proclaimed he would be riding 65,000 feet and 2,765 miles in a mountain bike race Tour Divide that starts in Banff, Canada to Antelope Valley, New Mexico.