Monthly Archives: July 2006

cycling
July 12, 2006 posted by

Explaining the Tour

Today’s the first big day in the mountains. However, with the finish over 40k from the top of the last climb, not too many hands will be revealed. It’s a…

health news
July 11, 2006 posted by

Flomax

Well, damn, I had a great post on the World Cup written here but then my internet connection began to go on the fritz and I lost it. Hopefully, that…

cycling
July 8, 2006 posted by

“Surprising Day at the Tour”

Not exactly. But to listen to the OLN commentary or read any American news source it seems like it was a shocking day, and mainly because George Hincapie didn’t win….

cycling
July 6, 2006 posted by

Doping

I’ll post my own thoughts on this at some point but this is very interetsting and explains, rather well, some of the misconceptions with doping. I do ask you, if…

cycling
July 6, 2006 posted by

Landis

Since I’m writing this at the rather crazy hour of 5am, it seemed like a good subject would be the craziest rider in the peloton, Floyd Landis. I think going…

cycling
July 5, 2006 posted by

One Game Changes Everything

My challenge is a rather large undertaking and today it was exacerbated by more than the Tour. Add celebrations for the 4th and the World Cup semi-finals and you’ve got…

cycling
July 3, 2006 posted by

The Longest Day

Hmmm, I think this little training program I’ve concocted might be kind of hard. 5-plus hours in the saddle today for the boys, meaning that if I ride for 3…

cycling
July 2, 2006 posted by

Tour Preview

The Tour hasn’t even started and we’ve already had the craziest day in sports this year, and maybe the biggest day in the history of cycling because 58 major players,…

cycling
July 2, 2006 posted by

Le Tour, Dope, and a New Training Program

My new training program began yesterday. While it’s not very scientific it will be hard, fun, and lead to something when it’s over. I’ll explain the “rules” over the coming…