The voice of off-road bicyclists. Fat Tire Fest Update. The grand prize of a Scott mountain bike was won by Jeff Nist who also won it in !
Ride hard but keep it in perspective. Why do we ride? Create your own traditions and keep it that way.
It is headquartered in Wilton, Connecticut with manufacturing and assembly facilities in China. The company was founded in by Joe Montgomery and Murdock MacGregor to manufacture precast concrete housing. Davis, with MacGregor as assistant, had some surprising success, they managed to duplicate and exceed results obtained by Allison Enginethen a division of General Motors.
The company was founded in by Joe Montgomery to manufacture backpacks and bags for camping and later bicycle trailers for bicycle touring. Today, Cannondale produces many different types of high-end bicycles, many of which are still hand made in USA, specializing in aluminum rather than steel, titanium or carbon fiber framesa technology in which they were pioneers. The name of the company was taken from the Cannondale Metro North train station in Wilton, Connecticut.
This weekend was a great test and I think I passed on most accounts. Our field was relatively stacked for a state race. At the start line I knew that it was going to require a lot of focus to keep the pace high for the 35 miles and I also knew that I had what it would take to stay near the front if all went well.
The Cannondale Pro Cycling Team has returned. Still young, still green, and hungrier than ever. The boys are ready to mix it up, get back to the action and winning ways.
For the past year and a half, mountain-bike icon Tom Ritchey has aimed his time and energy at Project Rwanda. With a group of reporters, tourists and cyclists in tow, both men will travel to the central African nation for the September Wooden Bicycle Classic, the bicycle race Ritchey first organized in Ritchey hopes to grow the race into an international event for cyclists from around the world.
Post a Comment. Slope Sistair from Productions on Vimeo. She's fast on the downhill bike and aggressive on the 4x course.
John came from a competitive swimming and running background. He was a Pennsylvania state champion in high school swimming and all-district in cross country. John went on to run for one year in college, but continued to swim for all 4 years at Cornell University. During his college days and beyond, John found his niche in the sport of open water swimming.