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The Mt. Hood Cycling Classic, a major, multi-stage road race that draws top professional athletes from all over the country, is set to return to Portland in 2010. The six-stage race will begin with a prologue on June 1st at Portland International Raceway in north Portland. The following day, the race moves to Mt. Tabor Park […]
Updated BikePortland.org article Posted by Elly Blue on September 16th, 2009 at 10:22 am @ BikePortland.org I have reprinted this here simply as it bothers me a great deal. As it continues to change, go back to the BikePortland.org link (Title above) and see what is going on. Update: A candlelight vigil for Gordon Patterson […]
The trick to the local trips is to jump on the bike and go, not to worry about anything but the joy of riding and the hardfun of getting there. I think I view real riding the same way despite everyone talking about the bike and its rider as a unit. My advice is to […]
Well it does, of course the rules on unitards also is beyond believable, why not simply switch to costumes and do it like Dance Team? In any event, for an exhibition of bike handling skills, this was something.
I learned a lot about tire pressure and tire wear touring last summer. But this article from Jan Heine on Adventure Cycling Association’s site taught me about the science behind optimal tire pressure. 200903_PSIRX_Heine