The champion blood runs thick through their small veins. The two Lamperti brothers, Gianni and Luciano (Luke) are set for success. I’ve spent many hours riding a bike and with all the time and riding with different people you acquire a certain eye for who you are riding with. My eye tells me these kids [...]
It has nearly been one year since I did the NEK (North East Kingdom, VT) Tour de Kingdom and there were so many good experiences I had during the 5 day event and so many photos. I will give you the shortened version and a flickr gallery within this blog so you don’t get too [...]
Marin Bikes is proud to support Team RWB, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping injured and troubled veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq through sport, in Race Across America (RAAM).
Since my last race, I’ve been truly taking it easy. I guess this is what you can call the time of year when I take a break. Always longing to ride, I’m still out a few times a week having fun on the trails. Little to no road biking has been done in this [...]
Since redesigning our Stelvio road line for 2011, the new frame with Tube to Tube (T3) carbon construction has been tearing up crits and road races around the country.
Santa Barbara is a place of contradictions, beach but mountains, wealthy but poor, and founded by the Spanish but totally California. I once lived in this fair town before, while I was in Grad school. During the year that lasted, I hardly had time to really explore the place I lived. My life was confined [...]
During the course of a 3,000 mile long bike race, one is sure to meet their limits – and push past them. This happened to me about four days into the race in Kansas. I just finished writing about this part of the race on my blog – read the story here. For now, here’s [...]