Bike Racing in Buffalo
While TBD may have lost our in-house video talent, Greg Addo, thanks to a relocation to Buffalo, New York that doesn't mean Greg has stopped making some great cycling focused video shorts. Rather the vibrant Buffalo cycling community has welcomed him with open arms and a plethora of events from large scale group rides to races on and off the pavement. In fact just a few weeks after his 'big-move' he compiled this video of the Larkinville Challenge Series Opener. Hosted by Buffalo Bicycling Club the series features four races just outside downtown Buffalo with what looks like a great atmosphere for bike racing.
To Be Determined’s Greg Addo checks in from Buffalo with his latest cycling documentary project.
The first of a series highlighting our favorite dirt trails in and immediately outside of New York City
A quick look at the local cycling scene in Buffalo New York via the Larkinville Challenge Series.
Looking back at the eighth annual Zach Koop Memorial Criterium at Orchard Beach through the eyes of TBD racer and race director Ted Teyber
Looking back at the 2018 edition of the CRCA Grant’s Tomb Criterium with a video short by TBD’s Greg Addo
Some of our favorite weekends are spent with the squad riding singletrack in the woods of Eastern Long Island. Known within the team as To Be Determined Shredfests this past weekend took on a particularly exciting tone thanks to an unexpected hailstorm.
A look at a the build process for one of the team's Garneau Gennix R1's, freshly painted in the Garneau Dream Factory and ready to hit the streets of New York City.
Our pitch for participating in the Tour De Millersburg, one of our favorite bike races in the region with unmatched small town community support.
Some of our favorite racing in the country involves a long drive to the Gateway City for four days of crit racing to end the road season.
Aimee Layton of CityMD Women's Racing write about her experience commuting to work via bike with her daughter in tow. Plus a few links to help make city streets safer for cyclists and pedestrians.