LEGOs and Cycling

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Growing up Legos were a favorite. Countless hours were spent building all sorts of structures. More than 400 billion Lego bricks have been produced since 1958. There are about 62 Lego bricks per person of the Earth’s population. That’s a lot of Legos! Let’s take a look at the intersection of Legos and cycling. This […] Read more »

Tour de France on the Xbox 360

Tour de France Xbox360

Ever wish you could compete in the Tour de France? Now you can! The Tour de France for Xbox 360 and PS3 allows you to play as a professional cyclist that competes in the most prestigious of all cycling competitions!  This game could have greater potential if it had the ability to integrate a cycling […] Read more »

Guinness World Records and Cycling

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Do you think you have what is takes to pedal into Guinness World Record history?  Take a gander at some of the cycling related records. The earliest machine propelled by cranks and pedals with connecting rods was built in 1839-40 by Kirkpatrick Macmillan (1810-78) of Dumfries, Scotland. A copy of the machine is now in […] Read more »

Mind Over Matter

If you don’t mind it won’t matter! That is stitched into my fabric courtesy of the United States Marine Corp. Marines are trained to deal with situations where their body has told them “stop” as the pain is too great only to have their brain say, keep going. Their body will do what the brain […] Read more »

2012 Bailey Hundo

Race planning for 2012 is in process. In an effort to give back to the community I’ve just registered for the Bailey Hundo. The Bailey HUNDO is a charity race focused on raising money to make sure the future of cycling is bright! Their nonprofit partners for the third year in a row are: Colorado […] Read more »

Ten Great Bicycle Movies

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A collection of must see movies for every cycling fan! Breaking Away – 1979 This is one of the best cycling films ever made.  Starring Dennis Quaid, a small town teen obsessed with the Italian cycling team vies for the affections of a college girl.  The film won the 1979 Academy Award for Best Original […] Read more »