1. The Race Across America on a single speed

    3. September 2007 37 words < 1 minute read

    A good intereview with John Spurgeon by the people at Competitor Magazine. John Spurgeon is the first man to complete the RAAM ride on a single speed. To read the article click here. Enjoy, Andy B outsideallday.com

  2. I just discovered the ultimate race

    2. September 2007 170 words ~2 minutes read

    I was flipping through the August 2007 issue of Competitor Magazine and noticed an ad for the Gore-Tex Transrockies Run happening September 16 – 21, 2007. This race takes you from Beaver Creek to Aspen, CO. It covers 125 miles broken down by 6 stages. As I played around on the site I discovered that …

  3. Mt. High season passes

    1. September 2007 71 words < 1 minute read

    If you are considering a pass to your local ski resort now is the time to think about picking it up. Historically, passes go on sale in the summer and go off sale by October 1. Many resorts actually offer a limited number of sale passes so the sooner you get it the better. Mt …

  4. Working out and the heat, it’s hot outside!

    1. September 2007 419 words ~3 minutes read

    August has been a hot month in Southern Orange County. The temperatures mid-day range from 88 to 102 degrees consistently. For those of us that want to keep our workout schedules intact but don’t want to suffer from the deadly rage of the sun kissing our heads below are a few techniques I have been …

  5. This week’s training wrap-up – August 25 – September 2

    1. September 2007 272 words ~3 minutes read

    This week was an exceptional for me in regards to training. I needed a week like this to increase my confidence and to continue to get my weight down. To date, I am at 186 pounds and by my next race I want to be at 184 pounds. My next race is the Scott Tinley …

  6. Non-Doping Cyclists Finish Tour De France

    1. September 2007 339 words ~3 minutes read

    This article was just posted over at the onion. It’s a good fun read. Non-Doping Cyclists Finish Tour De France PARIS—A small but enthusiastic crowd of several dozen was on hand at the Tour de France’s finish line on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées Tuesday to applaud the efforts of the 28 cyclists who completed the …


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