To Be Determined Journal and Team To Be Determined
To Be Determined Journal is a journal of cycling, adventure and photography, curated by a NYC-based cycling team known as Team To Be Determined (aka Team TBD). The To Be Determined Journal features galleries, essays, travel guides, product reviews, and all things cycling related.
It has been a horrific and deadly year on New York City streets as 19 cyclists and dozens of pedestrians have lost their lives. In a guest journal Jonathan Blyer writes about the murder of his friend, Jose Alzorriz, and his plan to take action this Sunday in pursuit of safer streets.
After schedule conflicts ruled us out from the Cycle-Smart Cyclocross Camp that we know and love, our friends at Cycle-Smart did the next best thing and brought cross camp to us as part of an incredible weekend at the beach.
In the latest Doris Diaries, Sasha takes on her first out of town race experience at the Littleton Twilight Criterium, part of the USA Crits Series and close to home for TBD’s (Colorado based) own Barb Millot.
In our latest Weekend Roll Daghan recaps three beautiful days spent practicing cyclocross skills and riding hidden trails with our friends from Cycle-Smart amidst the multi-million dollar homes in East Hampton.
We returned to one of the original East Coast gravel events to take on some of the toughest climbs and jeep tracks that Western Massachusetts has to offer at the 14th annual Deerfield Dirt-Road Randonnee, better known as D2R2. We walked away wondering whether this is one of the best bike events on offer on the East Coast.
I love Floyd because of, rather than in spite of, its complete lack of course features—it is dead flat with wide, sweeping corners that don’t exactly require you to know how to turn a bike well. The relatively regular oceanside wind, and a few potholes, tend to be the only obstacles. Floyd is as close as a road race comes to a long scratch race on the track. Because of this, Floyd is good.
In one of our biggest rides of the year, TBD f/b MDC’s Barb Millott checks in from the Ramble Ride - three days spent deep in the Colorado backcountry
Our three part interview and examination of the Reading Radsport Festival comes to a conclusion with a look at the lessons learned by the race directors and photographs from the 2019 edition of the race.
As the 2019 race season at Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennett Field comes to a conclusion, Lisa from TBD-MDC reflects on how much of a difference it makes having a women’s field at this very unique race venue.
Daghan heads home as part of a mid-summer trip to Turkey with some special riding and plenty of beautiful images in our latest Destinations journal entry.
There are two terrific Pennsylvania races on the calendar this upcoming weekend and unfortunately registration is looking light for one of them - an event we have been going to for half-a-decade.
The part two of our interview with Reading Radsport Festival race directors Gabe and Kacey we dive into sponsorship, storytelling, spectators, and sustainability
A brutal heatwave landed on NYC this past weekend - cancelling concerts and triathlons alike. But the team continued to train as temperatures hit triple digits and Daghan captured it all in our most recent Weekend Roll