The winning move at Roubaix 2014. Watch closely.
[huge, huge thanks to @supcat for the spot]

The winning move at Roubaix 2014. Watch closely.

[huge, huge thanks to @supcat for the spot]

A little gif of Roulston’s Roubaix mishap. Hayden, my apologies in advance if this makes it back to you.

A little gif of Roulston’s Roubaix mishap. Hayden, my apologies in advance if this makes it back to you.

Have you recently tested positive for Testosterone at a bicycle race? You may be entitled to MASSIVE compensation!

Seriously, this is almost everything I dislike about lawyers, people, and Facebook, all in a single algorithmically-generated advertisement. Maybe that was the goal.

Time for the April Transition. Though obviously this sign would be more representative if the lower pitch had cobbles and was shorter.

(Source: the10speedcognition)

How The Weight Was Gained™

Seriously, though—I’m up a Dwars and a Ronde at least.

(via Nico Mattan)

 

What makes “The Price is Right” such an enduring franchise is its readiness as a marketing platform. My appropriation of it here is steeped in irony.

Or something.

Racing bikes on the cobbles is hard.

(Source: nieuwsblad.be)

youcantbuyland:

From Kathy LeMond’s twitter feed. Got to love Greg.

I hear he was doing Roubaix commentary somewhere other than the US.

youcantbuyland:

From Kathy LeMond’s twitter feed. Got to love Greg.

I hear he was doing Roubaix commentary somewhere other than the US.

Cycling: supporting the European RV industry since…forever. 

 

Every time they cut to some slow-mo cobble replay, I’m reminded of this old beer ad the Internet has preserved for me.