San Diego Velo Social #2

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Hanging out ay Interbike

Yeah he waited to have his picture taken with me so I said OK.
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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Interbike beauties

Here is some of the hotest action from Interbike.

Seen at Interbike, unfortunately

Proof reader needed at Deda booth, we have an unexpected opening in our marketing department as well.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Looks interesting, however...

it has zero cool factor.

Nice looking electric assist

Taking a break with free beer.

First interbike pic


Get ready for a steady stream of updates from Interbike, in the SD
airport waiting to fly to Vegas.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Pair of Elliptigos

MS Walk co-located

Drive train

Triple on the Ride 4 Aids this morning in San Diego

Riders coming in from 25 mi

(I've been here a while)

25 Mile start

100k start

Bicycle Warehouse providing service

Beginning of the Ride 4 Aids

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Fourteen little tips from Cycle Krazy

This is just a list of 15 tips that aren’t long enough to warrant their own topic so i have condensed them into 1 post

1. Brake pad gap, remember that when you climb your wheel will flex so make sure you have about 1 to 2 mm either side so that you dont rub against the pad while climbing.

2. If you have spent a few weeks off the bike for some reason such as illness, you should drop your saddle a few mm. The time off the bike would mean you lost some flexibility, best way to regain it is slowly.

3. Train with strong riders. They will push your harder and you will get more out of your time on the bike.

4. Recover when needed, During heavy training schedules take the days off or do short slow easy rides. Your body needs this time.

5.Warm up and cool down. You will get more out of your workouts and will feel better after them.

6. Eat correctly, a good training plan should be coupled with a good diet. you get out what you put in.

7. Buy a power meter. I know they are expensive but if you are serious about improving then this is the best way.

8. Define yourself a training plan, know why you are riding that day and what you want to achieve. If you want to be really serious get yourself a coach.

9. Race conservatively and train hard.

10. Wear a helmet. This is law around most of the civilized world now anyway.

11. Carry enough food and water for your ride. when you eat, eat lightly often, no pigging out mid ride.

12. Service your bike regularly.

13. Take wet weather gear if it looks like it might rain.

14. Don’t overlap wheels in group rides.

Monday, September 7, 2009

We're back

Beautiful weather, great luck with traffic lights, and surprisingly
light traffic.

Hope you all have a great holiday.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Holiday ride tomorrow

San Marcos to Oceanside harbor, coffee and return.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Yike Bike

This is really sexy.

Video of the week

2010 San Diego Tour de Cure Promo - Produced by Cyclefilm Productions