Big Dam Bridge 100 2013

Not the greatest picture, but here is George Hincapie cooling down after the 2013 Big Dam Bridge 100.

The Big Dam Bridge 100 is a staple in my race calendar.  It is a fun course that takes you up some steep hills and through some of the most beautiful parts of Central Arkansas.  On . . . → Read More: Big Dam Bridge 100 2013

Two Rivers Time Trials 2013 — Part I

Aero helmets, skin suits, disk wheels and TT bikes are in abundance at this event, as they should be.  It’s the Two Rivers Time Trial Series.

I have heard and seen pictures about this series for the last two years, but I had never attended.  Why? Well, probably because I was intimidated.  I thought for . . . → Read More: Two Rivers Time Trials 2013 — Part I

Big Dam Bridge 100 2012

I’m crazy. Totally and utterly, crazy.  A week out from my first ever 70.3 and I decided to do a 100 bike ride. Totally sane, right?

We’ll it actually wasn’t too bad.  I got a lot of sleep and took in a lot of calories the week after Redman because I knew the Big Dam . . . → Read More: Big Dam Bridge 100 2012

Wampoo Roadeo 2012

So this isn’t really a race, so much as a really well supported ride with 120 of your closest friends.  This ride is organized by a former co-worker and friend of Phil’s, Charlie Hart.  This was the fourth year for this ride and all that is required from riders is a $10 donation . . . → Read More: Wampoo Roadeo 2012

Shiner GASP 2012

Phil’s Aunt Laure who got into road biking about 2-3 years ago wanted to do her first Century (100 miles) bike ride and she chose Shiner G.A.S.P. (Great Austin to Shiner Pedal).  She was trying to get friends and family to join her in this endeavor and asked Phil and I if we wanted to . . . → Read More: Shiner GASP 2012

Big Dam Bridge 100 – 2011

I can’t believe that it’s been a year since Phil and I rode our first century, but it has.  We had been planning on riding the Big Dam Bridge 100 (BDB100) again this year, but we hadn’t been training with a consistent group and we just haven’t been riding as much as last year so . . . → Read More: Big Dam Bridge 100 – 2011

Tour de Rock 2011

This past weekend Phil and I participated in the Tour de Rock for the second year in a row.  This ride benefits CARTI (Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute) and offers distances from 30 to 100 miles.  This ride is also great because they organize training rides that start about two months out.  Even . . . → Read More: Tour de Rock 2011

Big Dam Bridge 100 – 2010

On Saturday morning Phil and I woke up to 60 degree temperatures (significantly cooler than what it had been) and it was dark, so I can’t say if it was gorgeous or not. After getting packed up we headed over to North Little Rock (near the finish of the tour) to met up . . . → Read More: Big Dam Bridge 100 – 2010

Tour de Rock 2010

Saturday, June 12th I woke up to partly cloudy, 79 degrees and winds of 7mph.  What a great day for some bike riding! Phil and I ate breakfast, got dressed and packed up the car to go to the start of the 7th Annual CARTI Tour de Rock at Burn’s Park (the Dawg Dayz tri . . . → Read More: Tour de Rock 2010

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