I had the good fortune Wednesday to ride with the Caravaners, a Maria Carrillo High School student club which rides to school twice a week from Skyhawk Park.
We all know professional bike riders are fast. If there was ever any doubt, Levi Leipheimer came up with a couple impressive numbers this week in his talk at a Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce luncheon meeting.
If it wasn’t for a flat tire, 71-year-old Bill Marshall may have repeated as triathlon world champion in Beijing, China, for his age group.
A Santa Rosa physician won three first places and a second to take the overall cycling title at the Huntsman World Senior Games in St. George, Utah.
A group of 125 cyclists left Fortuna bound for San Francisco on Sunday as part of Climate Ride California, a 320-mile ride that is a benefit for environmental organizations.
Now that the adrenalin is gone and tiredness in the legs is fading, images and thoughts of the fondo ride keep seeping into my mind.
There will be added star power for Levi Leipheimer’s King Ridge GranFondo next Saturday.
This past weekend was a gift from the cycling gods, Ibis and Orbea, sunny days with mild mornings that coaxed riders out in force.
Legislation that would require motorists to give cyclists a three-foot cushion when passing is neither a radical new idea nor a panacea for cycling safety.
Move over RadioShack and take a back seat BMC Racing. Despite your strong Santa Rosa connections, my new favorite bicycleteam is Blind Power.