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.
Nittany Lion Cyclocross has come and gone, but we have a massive gallery of images from Scott Rettino that covers multiple fields of racing.
As the road racing winds down after a long season that started on cold March mornings, an important reminder that it’s okay to embrace the burnout and get back to riding purely for fun.
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 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.
While this year’s Dash For Cash was cancelled, TBD still carried on at least part of our beloved July 4th tradition.
A spicy training ride to substitute a weekend of no racing in NYC followed by an excellent brew stop.
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
A weekend spent in the mix racing bikes early in the morning in Brooklyn and hanging out at the beach in the Hamptons - all in our latest Weekend Roll
For three hours per year we get a small glimpse of how truly great New York City could be when 5th Avenue is transformed into a pedestrian plaza and street party as part of the Museum Mile
When you do everything wrong, but still manage to have an incredible day on the bike, especially when leaving the concrete jungle behind for gravel and dirt roads in the Hudson Valley.