Weekend Roll: An Off-Season Kind Day
With a small portion of the cyclocross squad headed south for Charm City CX in Baltimore it left a perfect fall weekend for the rest of the team to cruise out of New York City on skinny tires for some mostly calm miles on 9W. Unfortunately the weather forecast for beautiful conditions was less than accurate. Instead it wound up being a foggy and moist day on the bike. But with the team rolling deep and Burati very cheerily declaring the ride a “10 out of 10” (true story) it was most excellent all the same.
With a small crew racing Charm City CX it was one of those big team ride weekends for the rest of the squad
One of those great days racing, riding, and watching bikes in NYC.
A brief final look at the Zach Koop Memorial Criterium at Orchard Beach
A wild and ultimately wet day at Red Hook Crit Brooklyn Number 11.
One last look at Rasputitsa 2018 as captured in a Weekend Roll by Daghan Perker
Are the best rides when someone bonks so hard they have to take a bus home?
A doozey of a ride as we build fitness for the New York Road Race State Championships in just a few weeks.
Race season arrived in NYC yesterday with the squad picking up 3-top tens. Spirits were high, the squad was deep, and the coffee was dark on Sunday's endurance ride.
It's all fun and games until the weather turns bad. And then its very wet and cold fun and games.
With the weeks ticking by and race season looming TBD's Matthew Vandivort writes about finding some training rhythm.