There are few things better than spending a weekend camping and riding with friends. Drop those two things next to one of the most spectacular backdrops in the world, and well, you have what some would call a winning … Keep Reading
If there is one thing that this world needs more of, it’s kids on bikes. Get them out from behind those screens and into the great outdoors enjoying fresh air, their friends and a little exercise for good measure.… Keep Reading
I admit I was a tad bit skeptical about a bicycle program and children in the summer… Isn’t that a parent’s job? Summer is too busy and too hot here in St. George?? But the more I thought about … Keep Reading
Frivolous Distraction, or Useful Social Platform and Training Tool?
Road cycling has always been fraught with technical controversy, for as long as I can remember. Back when we all rode 5-speed freewheels (not cassettes, mind you), the newfangled 6-speeds … Keep Reading
The average person can walk into a clothing store and find clothing that fits. The problem is the average person isn’t anyone I know. They are a conglomeration of all of us and in the end, the clothing fits, … Keep Reading
Let me introduce you to a couple of cool cats.
The guy on the left is Joel. He’s a technician here and happens to also ride road bikes, well, most any bike, but for this instance, we are going … Keep Reading
Introducing a new series
Its race season – the Tour de France, triathlons, Crusher in the Tusher – all of this would make you think that the only good use of a bicycle is to race! In fact, as … Keep Reading
We usually think of grandiose, epic-level expeditions when we start pondering bikepacking trips. Or at least we did until last July. Joey Sparkles and I attended the Specialized product launch in Morgan Hill. This is a trade show. We … Keep Reading
Adventure Without Limits. If there is one way that I would wish for my life to be described when it’s all said and done and I come sliding in sideways (on a bike, of course) into my final resting … Keep Reading
An Informal Question and Answer Feature with Retired World-Class Italian Bike-God, Art Critic, Philosopher, Musician, Epicurean, and Narcissist, Rocco Vaselino
Greetings, my American friends, and, especially, you road biking enthusiasts. Since moving to Southern Utah a few years ago, … Keep Reading