Trip to Oregon. Went to Powell’s. Got an esoteric book.

Trip to Oregon. Went to Powell’s. Got an esoteric book.

cyclocosm:

brieboyg:

bike. geek.

source?From Eleven Velo: http://www.eleven.cc/shop/ti-bars/ (big thanks to benbradley)
ANOTHER EDIT—that’s the poster link. The shirt is here: http://www.eleven.cc/shop/velo-t-ti-bars/

A fighter that size couldn’t get that deep into space on its own…

cyclocosm:

brieboyg:

bike. geek.

source?

From Eleven Velo: http://www.eleven.cc/shop/ti-bars/ (big thanks to benbradley)

ANOTHER EDIT—that’s the poster link. The shirt is here: http://www.eleven.cc/shop/velo-t-ti-bars/

A fighter that size couldn’t get that deep into space on its own…

cyclocosm:

thehandmadecyclist:

99 Days until Le Grand Depart.  We share a story and design a day from the last 100 years until the greatest show on earth begins….
A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 99
1904 Feeding rules were so strict in 1904 it’s incredible the riders were able to survive any distance. Garin, winner of ’03, was fed by a Tour official outside the feeding zone – a bit cheeky perhaps but he might have thought twice had he known what was to come.
So enraged were the fans by this cheating that they set about sabotaging the race with daggers and beatings in an attempt to help their local hero Antoine Faure win the race.
Barricades were set up to try and protect some of the riders and officials eventually had to fire a revolver to disperse the angry mobs at Ales.

It’s back!

Sheesh

cyclocosm:

thehandmadecyclist:

99 Days until Le Grand Depart.  We share a story and design a day from the last 100 years until the greatest show on earth begins….

A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 99

1904 Feeding rules were so strict in 1904 it’s incredible the riders were able to survive any distance. Garin, winner of ’03, was fed by a Tour official outside the feeding zone – a bit cheeky perhaps but he might have thought twice had he known what was to come.


So enraged were the fans by this cheating that they set about sabotaging the race with daggers and beatings in an attempt to help their local hero Antoine Faure win the race.

Barricades were set up to try and protect some of the riders and officials eventually had to fire a revolver to disperse the angry mobs at Ales.

It’s back!

Sheesh

cyclocosm:

2014 Nokere Koerse In a Single Gif
Gert Steegmans, at right, escaped the day’s break, which had been dominated by his Omega Pharma Quick Step team, but ends up *just* nipped by the bunch on the race’s signature stretch—a long, cobbled, slightly-uphill finish. 
Lotto-Belisol’s Kenny Dehaes doesn’t exactly hold his line, but rubbin’ is racin’ as he and Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise’s Tom Van Asbroeck trade elbows all the way through the bike throw. 
Van Asbroeck initially celebrated, but the photo finish showed Dehaes managed to hold off his charge by millimeters. FDJ’s Nacer Bouhanni (blue, at left) was 3rd, with the luckless Steegman’s in fourth. 

Ya

cyclocosm:

2014 Nokere Koerse In a Single Gif

Gert Steegmans, at right, escaped the day’s break, which had been dominated by his Omega Pharma Quick Step team, but ends up *just* nipped by the bunch on the race’s signature stretch—a long, cobbled, slightly-uphill finish. 

Lotto-Belisol’s Kenny Dehaes doesn’t exactly hold his line, but rubbin’ is racin’ as he and Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise’s Tom Van Asbroeck trade elbows all the way through the bike throw. 

Van Asbroeck initially celebrated, but the photo finish showed Dehaes managed to hold off his charge by millimeters. FDJ’s Nacer Bouhanni (blue, at left) was 3rd, with the luckless Steegman’s in fourth. 

Ya

Bunch of mountain doods and doodetes

Bunch of mountain doods and doodetes

Bunch of mountain doods and doodetes

Bunch of mountain doods and doodetes