Le Tour Stage 17 Recap: A Hot Mess

and hey…

In this Tour, anything goes…winking is contrary to every narrative ever written abut the human condition and suffering in the Pyrenees. So why not take a pull from the moto?

Then wheelie across the finish tomorrow.



Slaying the Badger is on Tonight

Our friends from Rapha reminded me that tonight on ESPN, is Slaying the Badger. Check your local listings and read the entire first chapter from the book

In the midst of competition, Hinault attempted to snatch victory like a furious, clawing rodent… he acted not only for himself but for a nation horrified that its great race might be hijacked by an American outlaw.



Le Tour Stage 16 Recap: Take a Bow

Take a Bow

Take a bow, photo @JoshRBurrows

Voeckler tries to steal the show, but in the Pyrenees, Mick Rogers takes a bow.

And a press car was where it shouldn’t be….



Rest Day for Us Too

In the trees Mayne

In the Aspens, mayne, with a nice whip

A rest day for the Tour and one for us to get caught up on photos, videos, and words after a week on the road in Vegas for SXSW, then Scott Week. Here’s a storied, swipey, touchy version of my Genius LT Tuned ride.

dials and stuff

Lots of things to push, click, and switch

And if you’re into that sort of industry intrigue, at the high end, Scott specs SRAM drivetrains with XTR brakes. I pushed and clicked everything hanging off that bar and it all worked splendidly. Even flipped the chip, which switches the geo from short to long.

Also see this vignette on Medium about the Voltage I rode too.

Rode a Freeride Bike

After I’m through the 5 gigs of photos taken, they’ll get shared like this one in the G+ gallery.



Le Tour Stage 15 Recap: 10 Meters Short

Bauer

Jack Bauer the cyclist pulled for like 24 hours, breakaway nearly stayed away, the catch, and then Kristoff wins!

That was 10 meters too short for Bauer and left him shattered.



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