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Show #176 – Flip Flop, Cop Stop

Mar 29th, 2011 | By | Category: Podcasts

Episode 176
March 28, 2011
NOTE: In the intro, I erroneously say that this is Episode 175. Sorry about that!

In this week’s news, Virginia adopts an almost-Idaho-style stop law, San Antonio launches bike sharing, NYPD apologizes to cyclist for speeding tickets, bike friendly universities announces, Yellowstone opens to cyclists, Garmin sues Bryton for patent infringement and more! In professional cycling news, results from Milan-San Remo, Volta Ciclista a Catalunya and Gent Wevelgem. More thoughts on the Radio Ban, and the UCI appeals the Alberto Contador acquittal.

Show #175 – Radio Ban

Mar 18th, 2011 | By | Category: Podcasts

Episode 175
March 18, 2011

In this week’s news, a driver in Brazil mows down Critical Mass cyclists, Shimano Di2 is coming to Ultegra, does cycling cause heart attacks, RaceFace goes into receivership and closes, NY bike licensing bill fails, and more. Plus, in pro cycling news, results from Tour of Qatar, Paris-Nice, and Tirreno-Adriatico, discussion of the radio ban, Alberto Contador update, Riccardo Ricco update, and more.

Training Peaks Pain Cave

Mar 18th, 2011 | By | Category: Photos & Videos, Products, Training

The guys over at Training Peaks sent me the following photo of what they call their “pain cave.” Looks like a really nice setup with three CompuTrainers, a treadmill, a flat screen monitor and a nice bike storage rack. Thanks, guys!