Bradley Wiggins’ New Book Tells the Story of His Perfect Season

My Time by Bradley Wiggins

Boulder, CO, USA - April 10, 2013 - On July 22, 2012, Bradley Wiggins made history as the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France. Ten days later, at the London Olympic Games, he won the time trial to become his country's most decorated Olympian. In an instant, "Wiggo"-now Sir Bradley Marc Wiggins-became a British hero. In his book My Time, Wiggins tells the story of the remarkable journey … [Read more...]

World’s Leading Bike Tech Updates Zinn & the Art of Road Bike Maintenance

Updates Zinn & the Art of Road Bike Maintenance

Boulder, CO, USA - February 23, 2013 - Lennard Zinn has updated his best-selling book Zinn & the Art of Road Bike Maintenance, the world's most helpful and comprehensive guide to bicycle repair and maintenance. From basic repairs like how to fix a flat tire to advanced overhauls of drivetrains and brakes, Zinn's clearly illustrated guide makes every bicycle repair and maintenance job easy for … [Read more...]

What’s In Santa’s Bag For Your Favorite Cyclist?

Sports Fiction: Almost As Strange As Reality

Sure to grace bathrooms, kibos, and porta-potties everywhere Hardcover, soft cover, or e-book, starting at $4.95.  Get yours now at Authorhouse (best prices here!) or  Amazon Between The Sheets You'll Get: Great cycling fiction - nearly as strange as reality! - officially for sale just in time for Christmas.  Cheap:  Hardcover, soft cover, or e-book, starting at $4.95.  Did we … [Read more...]

Ever read Ten Points, by Bill Strickland?

Hillsboro-Roubaix; Got Bombed Yesterday Bicycling magazine editor Bill Strickland spilled out the deepest, most painful secrets of his troubled life in a small but incredible book that contrast these horrific twists and turns, and his process of working through them, against his challenge of winning ten points in the local Crit series in one year.   To earn those points, he learned that … [Read more...]

Rolling thunder, A CYCLING TALE, “finis”

Following is the end of “rolling thunder” -- a cycling novelSubject to copyright.    ROLLING THUNDER (cont’d)   Chapter 25Raleigh Spriggs was the seventy six year old Chairman of the Board of Continental Tire, which was a fifty four year old company with annual revenues of over twenty billion Euros.  When Shamus scanned further articles Google suggested best matched his inquiry, … [Read more...]

Rolling thunder, A CYCLING TALE, part onze

Following is Part 11 of “rolling thunder”Subject to copyright. Friends don't let friends edit-copy-edit-paste.    ROLLING THUNDER (cont’d) Chapter 23 Saturday rolled around, and the already star-crossed Tour got underway. In the rider’s village, an area carved out by plastic tape signified that the public need come no closer, riders’ strained faces seemed to relax.  After … [Read more...]

Rolling thunder, A CYCLING TALE, part dice

Following is Part 10 of “rolling thunder”Subject to copyright. Please enjoy responsibly.    ROLLING THUNDER (cont’d) Chapter 20 Shamus lost focus on assisting the investigation once the Classics kicked off.  It wasn’t possible to race well with your mind on other things.  He felt he was losing ground with Eve, as well, since she was completely engulfed in it now, and he was … [Read more...]

Rolling thunder, A CYCLING TALE, part neuf

Following is Part 9 of “rolling thunder”Amazingly still subject to copyright.  Some things never change.  Please enjoy responsibly.    ROLLING THUNDER (cont’d) Chapter 17Petre Patrovski rumbled about the luxurious hotel suite he often called home atop the Kempinski Vier Jahren, or Four Seasons, on Westendstrasse in downtown Munich, surrounded by boxes and envelopes he used to package … [Read more...]

Rolling thunder, A CYCLING TALE, part huit

Following is Part 8 of “rolling thunder.”Blah, blah, blah, this story is copyrighted.  Comprend?  By the way, thank you for leaving your thoughtful comments along the way...we live on that stuff!  ROLLING THUNDER (cont’d) Chapter 15“Go ahead and tell me then.”  He’d been lying in bed when she’d called, so there was no need to sit down.  He thought there wasn’t much need for … [Read more...]

Rolling thunder, A CYCLING TALE, part sept

Hope you had a great weekend.  Following is Part 7 of “rolling thunder.” In case it hasn’t crossed your mind, this story was written by someone for their therapy and for your enjoyment, but not likely for their enrichment and certainly not for yours.  If you’re scheming about how to make a buck off this story, be advised that our expansive lawyers demand a hundred and two cents out … [Read more...]