Published: Tuesday, 26 April 2016 08:24
Written by Staff
Rolland Hunting Opportunities
Its another spring classics season completed as the sport transitions from one-day races to stage-racing. Up next for the Cannondale Pro Cycling Team is the Tour de Romandie, followed closely by the Giro d’Italia.
It’s a shift in the season that suits the Cannondale team well, and the squad has made no secret of its major season objective — to win the Giro on the legs of Rigoberto Uran.
Read more: Uran to Lead Cannondale Pro Cycling Team at Romandie
Published: Sunday, 24 April 2016 08:01
Written by Tom Baker
A Gathering of Vintage Bike Racing Fans
Written and Photographed by Tom Baker
Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo and the surrounding countryside of California’s Central Coast served as the venues for the 2016 Eroica, held April 8-10th. This year is the 20th anniversary of the original L’Eroica in Italy and the second edition of the Eroica in California.
Bike racing has a long history complete with many riders we call heroes. The continuing interest in these heroes is seen in more recent books like Cycling’s Golden Age and Shoulder to Shoulder. We connect to our heroes through our own riding and also through collecting of classic racing bikes, jerseys, magazines, books and equipment. Tapping into that passion for vintage racing brings people from around the world to these events. Cyclists come together to celebrate the history and ride their own vintage bikes every year at L’Eroica and now Eroica California.
Read more: Eroica California 2016