Cyclocross Season is getting underway here in Norcal. For me, cross is my time to have a little fun and take a rest from serious racing; 40 + races can leave one a little fried. Sacramento CX #1 took place
The morning of day 4, I helped Katie pack up camp and rolled out by 7:30. The ride out from Cottonwood Meadow Lake was pure magic. A twisty paved mountain road, almost no pedaling. I came around one last corner
I didn’t leave the campground until 8:30 the next morning. After reviewing the map given to me, I hit the bike path that traveled alongside a canal and found the start of the O.C. and E Trail, which was paved.
I awoke before the sun was up on day 2 and the cold mountain air chilled me to the bone. I donned the warmest piece of clothing I had with me, an IBEX wool shirt my wife gave me for
Before knew it I was kissing my wife and daughter goodbye and gave my brother a hug as he snapped some pictures. “Here goes sumthin’, I yelled as I pedaled off. Bonobo played through my iPod to set my pace.
The Bitch The first time my Grammo Paru was rolled out in public several of my friends referred to her as “The Bitch”, I’m guessing because they were both jealous and didn’t want to have to race her. Anyway the
Kirk is a local powder coater. He is in fact the gentleman who paints all our custom painted frames for sale at Unreal Cycles. A little while ago he came to us with the idea for this trip he wanted
So the last time I checked in with you I was off to the High Cascades 24 Hour race near Bend Oregon. Well now I’m back with this report. Gene in our pit before the dust flew. My pit man,
Having been lucky enough to have had the Grammo 29er prototype on loan for a period – and very impressed with it in both the rigid and hardtail configurations, I thought it was time to go for the real thing,
Its September already Time to break out the Cyclo-Cross bike, and whether you upgrade, repair or replace, Grammo has a range of CX products to help you get ready for mud time. Things to watch out for. The latest Paru CX disc