Comparing beard growth For me doing interviews is one of the most stressful things I do. At ROAD Magazine we allocate a good amount of pages for an interview, so when it gets cancelled, we’re looking at a lot of empty pages. My publisher hates that. So you have to coordinate a time or place […]
Gavin Chilcott,the man behind the revamped BMC team Here’s the hot scoop regarding the new domestic BMC team. Million dollar buget with such riders as: Alexander Moos (ex-Phonak), Scott Moninger, Mike Sayers, Jackson Stewart, and a few more. This team looks solid!
The SRAM booth continues to have a lot of traffic due to their road group. Last year it was the buzz because they had just unveiled it. Now that it is avalible people seem to be clamoring for it. We were wondering how far FSA is in making their own group… We picked up pair […]
Looking back at this shoot it reminded me a lot of how we did the profile shots in out Tour of California issue It was done quickly and with very minimal coordination with the athletes. At the Tour of California I grabbed athletes as they were leaving dinner. Here, I grabbed athletes as they walked […]
These past two hours were crazy! In that short amount of time I interviewed Fred Rodriguez, Kristin Armstrong, David Zabriskie, and Christian VandeVelde. I was able to talk to Fred first and then Kristin was next. She was a great interview and had plenty to say. When I told her that David Z was coming […]
The first day in Vegas was reconnecting with people we hadn’t seen since last year. As much of my communication is done via email, it is nice to put a name with a face. I call up Tony Cruz and see what he’s up to for tonight. I know Tony from interviews and we live […]
Just saw a guy riding his mountain bike north on the 15 freeway. It had racks and attached to his handlebar was a small Korean flag. Was he going to Vegas as well?
The hardest one hour in any sport I was invited to race as well as attend the Star Crossed cyclocross race in Seattle just a few weeks ago. This went a radical change in my training. I had planned on bit of a rest, then doing steady base miles. Nope that wasn’t going to be […]
Floyd and David kicking back at the Sinclair Party ’05. The irony of Floyd’s shirt does not escape me. This is a test of my mobile blogging. I’ll be trying to blog on the fly at Interbike. I won’t be blogging about the newest stuff because that will be covered by everyone else. I’ll be […]
Today was supposed to be the harder of the two days. We were going to be out for about four hours, riding over many of the same climbs that the Tour de Georgia uses. For today’s ride I was aboard the Synapse, which was mercifully equipped with a compact crank. The Synapse is a different […]