Stage 16 holds two out of category climbs and will be very difficult. Today’s stage will go to a great climber who can also descend. But it will be the riders who recover best from today’s effort who will win the Tour.Â Tomorrow’s epic stage to L’ Alpe d’ Huez… Read More →
Without even knowing exactly what he’s in for — 70 miles of mostly singletrack off-road riding with at least 12,000 feet of climbing is as close as it gets — Hastings-on-Hudson resident Aaron Bean can’t wait for Hellride 5 on Aug. 1. “It just sounded like a great challenge; something… Read More →
David Wilson, President of Westchester Cycling Club has been working hard getting NYDOT to turn over documents on the controversial rumble strips placed along Rt 100 in Yorktown/Somers. Here are a few quotes from his email to WCC members. The office of the state Department of Transportationâ€™s general counsel on… Read More →
Find yourself or a friend in this photo gallery from the Tri n’ Du triathlon and duathlon this past Sunday. Click here for the results to the Triathlon
American Tyler Hamilton (Rock Racing) won the overall victory in the Tour of Qinghai in China. Tyler is back racing after his ban for blood doping during the Vuelta a EspaÃ±a in September 2004. He’s always claimed innocence in this case. www.CyclingNews.com reports; “It is a special win,” admitted Hamilton…. Read More →
How sad that 2006 Tour winner, Oscar Pereiro crashed out today with a broken shoulder. Sounds like it could have been much worse after his fall over a guardrail and down about 15 feet to the road below. Our thoughts are with you. But the race goes on. There are… Read More →
Did my quick 24 mile loop from The Journal News last night and meet Steven along Locust Road in the corner of Connecticut near the airport. Steven said this stretch of road is the most serene of his ride which he does a few times per week.