Unsure as to whether or not we would be getting more sunny days — we headed out into the neighborhood to get some action shots of the new BOS/JFK Airport Carpet Sock. Or is it the JFK/BOS sock? Surely there is a right answer. In any case, they made a great pairing with Julie's Danner boots from a few years back. We knew these were going to come in handy. Click through to take a look at spiders, a sad lost puppy sign and a glimpse at a truly beautiful summer turning to fall day.Read More
The Sock Drawer hath lay dormant for quite some time now. But, as is the case with these things, it needed to come back. I have said it before and I will say it again - there are so many good socks out there right now. Not just in the cycling world either. However, for this one we will stay squarely rooted in that realm. We have all the coasts represented in this small but colorful collection. The East Coast brightens our day with some reflectivity, the West Coast (that's us) commits treason on a few brightly colored fronts, and the Rocky Mountain Coast checks in with a visual mindgame for your feet.Read More
The rain and the night have officially taken over. This round of the Portland Trophy Cup was the first to have some legitimately damp weather for the evening races. The town was all atwitter as to whether or not the precipitation would hold off. You might initially think that this would have an effect on the overall attendance of the night, and you would be right, because everyone comes out to race cyclocross in the rain.Read More
This Thursday - September 25th - Beam & Anchor - 5-9pm.
Our man Jake Szymanski put together a little photo show that will be unveiled at B&A later this week. Under the banner of finding cool shit cycling in the Pacific Northwest, the show is a veritable who's who of PNW Cycling. Team Wooly Mammoth is more than over represented and that is how we like it.Read More
It is safe to say that I love this race. I love the fact that we can now draw on Euro's to come and crush the shit out of it. I love that it brings the bike industry together to get psyched about cyclocross. And I have loved every lung burning time I raced its velcro like surface. The lights, the fans, the crush of the people — Cross Vegas is exactly what it should be — spectacular.Read More