Type: Posts; User: Tim Kelley
Daytime running lights reduce the incidence of accidents 19% and reduce the incidence of multiparty accidents with injury to the participating cyclist by 47%. (scroll to 2:30)
You gotta watch out for guys like this!
Just think of how happy they would be if they were volunteering instead!
Don't these people look happy?
My team race mechanic pulls a move where he bends over at the waist, drapes the tip of the saddle over the back of his neck, which then allows him have both hands free to work on the rear wheel. Try...
Why no NBC?
That's a feature we'd like to add! I'll see about the other misplaced locations.
No need to explain yourself, we're an accepting bunch here!
Here's the recap!
New this year!
How many people do you know that you can pick out from this video?
I make whooshing zoom noises and speed up like I'm in Mario Kart when I ride over sharrow markings...
"The strongest drug in the early Tour de France was strychnine. Other than that, riders would take anything to survive the tedium, the pain and the exhaustion of stages that could last more than 300...
Come on in, the water feels fine!
Take pictures of the racks while you're out and about to include!
Why hasn't this video been posted yet?
The tires were always pink, it just made them more fluffy.
Pleading Not Guilty: