Grinduro will return in 2019 to California and Scotland, and add new dates in Japan and Canada. Founding sponsor Giro returns along with Fabric, while Maxxis and Rapha have joined as Global Sponsors.
In this episode we fawn over epic steel touring bikes, we admire the athletes and commuters who cycle in extreme weather (and we add some tips for cycling in rain or snow), we also review the announced route for the 2019 Amgen Tour of California, and discuss why Iljo Keisse was removed from the Vuelta San Juan.
Provision your life by two wheels, on and off the bike, adventuring on road and trail; gear includes offerings from BMC Switzerland, Giro, Black Sheep Cycling, DHaRCO, King Cage, Timber Bells, Hiplok, Rumpl and more.
With its signature blend of race-level performance, go anywhere capability and all-day comfort, the new Synapse offers a supremely engaging and exciting ride experience, on everything from smooth tarmac to rugged backroads. It’s true endurance machinery.
The second stage of the Amgen Tour of California presented by AEG was a healthy mix of climbing through the hills and valleys between South Pasadena, where the race began, and Santa Clarita, the race finish.
The team discusses recent cycling headlines involving professional cyclists Andrew Talansky and Jessica Varnish. This leads to an insightful discussion on the idea of the professional athlete as an artist vs. an employee.