June wrap-up and more pro cycling comparisons

Six months down, six months to go! That’s right, we’re half way through 2021 already. I hope all you folks in the Northern Hemisphere are making the most of your long summer days to get some decent mileage in. We’ve officially passed the Winter Solstice down here, so our days should be getting slightly longer…

Cavendish!

We interrupt regular programming to bring you a special celebratory dedication to the man, the machine, the Manx Missile, Mark Cavendish!

How does the average roadie compare to a pro cyclist?

Have you ever been watching the Tour de France or any other pro cycling race and wondered how long you’d last in the pro peloton? We’ve all thought about it. Okay, I’ve thought about it. But really, how would you fare? Could you hold your own in the bunch? How do us everyday road riders…

Project Postal: 2002 Trek 5200 US Postal Team Edition (Bike Check)

Back in the late 90’s / early 2000’s the Trek 5200 / Trek 5500 was one of the lightest production frames available and was the very first carbon fibre frame to “win” a Tour de France. Ridden by big names such as Tom Boonen, George Hincapie, Tyler Hamilton and Lance Armstrong to multiple race wins,…