Articles Archive for September 2011
Today, I’m re-posting from Velo News the recent article on Brim Brothers Zone power meter… A cycling power meter that installs on your cleats !!!! How awesome is that ???
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (VN) —The Brim Brothers Zone cleat-based power meter is now operational, and less than a year away from production. Engineer Barry Redmond gave VeloNews.com a short demo at Interbike, along with a few more details on form and function.
The Zone has come a long way since Interbike last year, when Redmond would only show us an unfinished-looking black …
This October, I’ll be heading to Palma de Mallorca, the beautiful Mediterranean island off the coast of Spain. More than a vacation, it’ll be a Ride. Eat. Sleep. Repeat. riding camp.
This camp is designed specifically to help cyclists prepare for the cycling season, or in my case to extend the season, since winter is already here.
Mallorca offers hundreds of quiet roads through flat, hilly and mountainous terrain and is the preferred training ground for the pros. Riding in the morning, then the afternoon free to explore or just relax …
Last weekend we went out to do the Bay Country Century.
This century is part of the list of century rides I was tracking on my list of century rides, and it was a last minute decision to go. It’s good when they don’t sell out and there is room to go on last minute notice.
The century started at Owings, MD at the Northern Middle School, and had a very nice scenic route, but surprisingly filled with short but steep climbs. A total of 4,453 ft of climbing was not what …