Students at Oregon State University designed a bicycle helmet that records your crash: The only thing the helmet does not include, but should, is a camera to pick up video of the b**s**d who hit you. For that you’ll need to buy a standard mounted video camera.
Tour of Utah – Stage 7 – MEDIA 1 – Sunday, August 10, 2014 – Park City to Park City, Utah (Final Stage of Tour of Utah, 2014) By James Freibert, reporting from the MEDIA 1 Car following the race.…
See if you can find out who the Hazbins are: they keep a low profile, take a big trip every year, and have among them previous Olympic champions. The group is so secretive that Rob refused to reveal who runs the group, or any of the members’ names, and even gave us the wrong phone number to follow up with.
The incident called “Bikegate,” has become the subject of conspiracy theorists who used reconstructed photos of video and other photos they found on the Internet to prove or disprove the idea that either Contador’s bike snapped when it hit a rock, or snapped when he crashed–or neither. A quick search for the top bicycle and parts manufacturers on the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission recall site, shows that almost all major brands have had some safety recall in the past two years.
July 16, 2014 – Stage 11 – Besançon to Oyonnax – 187.5 km
Frenchman Tony Gallopin who lost his yellow jersey after Bastille Day, has now won stage 11 through some clever thinking and hard work at the end of a technical stage that defied prediction. His win was the result of a brave attack off the front of a four-man lead group with only 2.5 km to go. Behind him three riders refused to work together, to their detriment. Among them was Peter Sagan and Michal Kwiatkowski who both wanted to save energy for the final sprint. Instead, they lost to Gallopin. Earlier in the stage, American Andrew Talansky (Garmin) flatted, and then complaining of back pain, lost significant time to the leaders. As Gallopin crossed the finish line, Talansky was still 20 km from the finish.
Englewood looks a little like a subsection of Greenwich Village in New York City. Its small shops and relatively mild traffic is only accented further by a nice main street filled with great restaurants.
But traffic on the southbound-only Dean Street is very fast and narrow, and completely unsafe for cyclists. Even pedestrians have great difficulty crossing the street.
The Tour de France will be broadcast on cable TV in the United States, and carried on NBC Sports. Below is the entire TDF 2014 TV Schedule. Saturday, July 5 LIVE: Tour de France Stage 1 – Leeds to Harrogate,…
With great fanfare the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced today that they will be offering “free” Wifi at area airports.
That should make frequent flying for cyclists to race, train and attend events happy.
Except the fine print reads that the provider Boingo Wireless Inc, will only be offering the first 30 minutes free. The remainder of time has to be purchased.
June 25, 2014 In 1995, a team of seven cyclists rode their bicycles from Utica, NY to Washington, DC to raise awareness of missing children and bring a message of safety to the people they met along the way. They arrived…