I felt a little under the weather last Saturday while I was still in Boston for U.S. Gran Prix. It was a slight cough, but nothing bad. That night I decided to stay in the hotel and go to bed early. Sunday I felt a little better. But on the flight home to L.A.X. I […]
I’m on a waiting list for the Category C race, so before they give out numbers for us slackers who registered late, I have time to take a quick lap. The C’dale is dialed in and I’m hoping I’m the same. I come back after a quick half lap warm up to registration and they […]
I was supposed to race today, but there was a little confusion regarding my racing license. I’m a Cat 3 on the road and the races I’ve competed in this cyclocross season have been Masters or B. I honestly have even really looked at my racing license since I got it back in January and […]
Lyne’s cross bike This coffee machine kicks ass! Kids, don’t try this at home. Tim is a trained professional The actual bar from the movie A Perfect Storm SRAM is offering white and red brake hoods. I need to talk them into doing yellow as well. This is Tim’s dog Vitesse. It likes to eat […]
I’m no complete rookie to the world of cyclocross. My dad got me interested in cyclocross with cool stories that usually ended up with someone either getting really drunk (check my profile for the quick Browne family history) or dying because of a crash, or both. During the cx season I’ll hit several races, and […]
I was raised in Orange County and didn’t know much about Long Beach till I moved here. Long Beach always seems to have something going on. There is the Toyota Grand Prix, the Marathon, triathlons, a couple of bike clubs and easy access to riding down the coast or if you want to hit the […]
Current world champ Bettini and former champ Tom Boonen will be riding S-Work Specialized bikes next season. That means the Big S will be sponsoring two ProTour teams next season. I heard this rumor at the show, but didn’t put much stock into it. I should throw whatever rumors I hear up on this blog…just […]
I unpacked my clothes from Vegas, threw them in the laundry machine, and put them back in my duffelbag. Next stop Gloucester, Massachusetts to attend Tim Johnson’s cyclocross camp and then race in the Crankbrothers U.S. Grand Prix.
Before the Star Crossed race and feeling good! Heart rate pegged! After the race and feeling wrecked!
WF7J5126.jpg Originally uploaded by Mike Hone. I’ve done a lot of amazing things as Editorial Director of ROAD. I’ve been to the Giro, rode in the team car at the Vuelta, sat in the ref’s car for the entire Paris-Roubaix, interviewed amazing athletes, as well as met great people during my time on the road. […]