Rediscovering Randonneuring

August 12, 2018 0

In part one of a series, Mark Hallinger reacquaints himself with long-distance, unsupported, organized non-competitive endurance cycling. Randonneuring. Perhaps you’ve heard the word. As someone who’s been flitting about bicycles in a serious way for […]


Join us on Sep 9th in Doylestown

August 7, 2018 0

Thompson Bucks County Classic 2018 Poster Mike Margarite is the face of the 2018 Thompson Bucks County Classic as he represents the great athletic qualities that the race celebrates and showcases every year. The New […]

The Reading 120

R.I.P. Pennsylvania UCI Racing

August 5, 2018 0

(Publisher’s Note: This story is near and dear to me. I have been involved with John Eustice’s races for many years in multiple capacities. Starting in the Univest days and continuing through today and whatever […]

Culpeper Gran Fondo

August 4, 2018 0

This event is a non-timed fun ride. All types of bicycles are welcomed to this event. You will see Tri-Bikes, Road Bikes and many other types of bicycles. The Culpeper Gran Fondo began in 2015 […]

Low Volume Training

The 6-hour a Week Training Plan

August 3, 2018 0

“You heard of this thing, the 8-Minute Abs? … this is going to blow that right out of the water. Listen to this: 7… Minute… Abs.” “Right. Yes. OK, all right. I see where you’re […]

Geraint Thomas

The Big Men Come Out to Play

July 29, 2018 0

In 1992 I was in Saint Sebastian, Spain working my first Tour with ESPN. I’d heard through the grapevine a couple of weeks before that ESPN was going to cover the Tour and bombarded their […]

Roglic at the Tour de France

To the Absolute Limit

July 28, 2018 0

You won’t see a better bicycle race than yesterday’s final slugfest in the Pyrenees. The riders, in the front and at the very back with Peter Sagan, gave their absolute all. It’s rare to see […]

Rouleurs at the Tour

The Final Mountains

July 27, 2018 0

(Publisher’s note: John Eustice submitted this post at 6AM but due to some tech challenges it is just now being posted and it seems his predictions are happening.) The final mountain stage of the Tour […]

Gendarmes at the Tour de France

Protect the Racers

July 26, 2018 0

It was in 1997 at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia that things really went out of control. The Eagles were playing the 49ers and a flare streaked out of the crowd and across the stadium. That […]

Alaphillippe at the Tour de France


July 25, 2018 0

Finally, the big dogs are coming out to hunt: no more the little rabbits unleashed from their Sky-controlled cages as we’ve been seeing since July 19th and l’Alpe d’Huez. This stage, and the final, yet […]