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Anonymous Asked
QuestionAt what age do people start to take notice of you for being on a pro team. Do people look at juniors or just U23? Answer

I really don’t have any idea. I would guess U23 results carry a lot more weight than juniors, but honestly, that’s an aspect of the sport I have zero interest in.

What I’ve read and heard indicates that making the jump to pro is even more idiotically dependent on personal relationships and unfounded opinions than finding employment in the real world.

Effectively every piece on The Outer Line is peppered with people in middle-management and decision-making positions who have no idea what they’re doing and/or are unwilling to risk their jobs standing up to external pressures and the opinions of people in authority.

I would like to think that things have changed since then, but it’s more or less the same dudes in charge at USAC/the US World Tour teams (maybe excepting Garmin), so I’m not optimistic. 

if you really want to know, though, I’d ask a someone like Adam Myerson or Mike Creed. They’ve seen the process from both sides, and kept pretty straight about it through some very crooked times.



I just got back home. This was new to me so I made a gif of it. 

I just got back home. This was new to me so I made a gif of it. 

at Poison Spider Bicycles

 

veloclinic:

stage 17 preview


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newsweek:

[read the article yourself, not particularly relevant to my point]

Daily chart: Zap! Bang! Ka-ching! | The Economist

The TdF prize money—actually, most cycling prize money—is kind of a joke. 

 

I’ve always gotten the impression that how Voeckler rides is how Voeckler is. 

(via Cyclingtips—in a piece that also mentioned certain bike race video recaps of some repute)

 

Is it a rest day already?

The local attractions may also be negatively impacting the speed of my unpacking.

  1. Camera: iPhone 5
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/2088th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm
 

The unpacking has begun. Also, dots.