Monthly Archives: October 2009

Paris-Tours Live Stream

Here’s a link for a live stream of today’s Paris-Tours. Enjoy!

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Paris-Tours Preview

It’s mid-October. Leaves are turning, cyclocross is in full swing, and Lance Armstrong’s already tweeting about the beer he’s drinking. It must be time for France’s fall monument: Paris-Tours. Traditionally known as a sprinter’s classic, Paris-Tours has been known to see its fair share of breakaway winners. In fact, seven of the last ten victors … Continue reading

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Midweek ‘Cross Report

Here’s the latest of Erik’s Midweek Cross Report. You can read last week’s column here. After several weeks of racing, this past weekend was supposed to be the first where we would get some answers as to who really will be battling for wins this season. However, it ended up leaving us with more questions … Continue reading

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Monday Musette – Interbike, Fall Monuments, Posting, and Good Design

We’re starting to see more and more coverage from Interbike: IF’s Grasstrack bike is a thing of beauty–fixed, extra clearance, and steel. I want one. The Boulder Report published a report on the training-with-power trend–some great reading. Remember when HRM’s were all the rage? How time flies! Padraig posted an insightful piece on Interbike at … Continue reading

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Weekend Preview

Let’s take a quick look at this weekend’s program, shall we? The Circuit Franco-Belge holds a special meaning for me as it was my last race with Mercury in 2001. The event kicked-off yesterday with Tyler Farrar taking the win from Boonen and Napolitano. He repeated himself today, winning in Poperinge over Usov and Casper. … Continue reading

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