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Do you think it is worth upgrading the Components to have an awesome… NE Texas and tires and thorns. What do you do?
Yesterday I bought a new Cannondale Trail 6 with the small block 8 tires and not 10 minutes into the ride I have a flat.
The thorn looked like a bee stinger.
When the tire went flat, I felt it and compared to my other tires, was very thin and flimsy. Until I go tubeless, I am going to put the Bontrager tires from my other bike on this Cannondale.
That said, short of going tubeless, what do you all do to… On the Path to Two-Wheeled Transcendence www. What are the rules of the road for the growing number of bicycle commuters and will there ever be a solution to ongoing cyclist-motorist conflict? Photo courtesy of Doss Elementary.
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Doss Elementary in Austin has just finished their first school year with the Boltage Program, an initiative to get students riding their bikes or walking to school. As BikeTexas reported in January, in the first three months of the program alone, the students at Doss rode a combined 14, miles. Doss finished up the year by giving away a bike donated by Bicycle Sport Shop. I have been around collegiate cycling sinceand the level of competition is exponentially higher than ever.
American cycling stars have frequently passed through the collegiate ranks before moving on to the world tour—Brent Bookwalter, Ben King, Ted King, Chad Haga, e. Nowadays, the future world tour talents square off against a host of future-domestic pros, future-domestic elite team members, and future-accountants-who-put-a-stable-long-term-career-utilzing-their-talents-learned-in-college-ahead-of-their-bike-racing-but-who-could-have-been-pro that belong in the same race.
Into this deeper than ever pool waded a host of 7 freshman, 2 sophomores, and a grad student from different backgrounds and walks of life, far off exotic locations like Africa, New Zealand, and Idaho.
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Even national champions get cat-5 tattoos And win they did: Hannah became our 35th national champion, and her name will be added to the illustrious list of national champions that adorn the MSU Cycling Trailer. Freshman Bill Ash from Philadelphia, PA, a non-traditional student whose life was turned around and given new direction discovered through a passion for bicycle racing, became the crowd favorite through an aggressive race style.
In the end, he came up half a wheel short of a national title, finishing fifth in the final sprint, just shy of the 4th he needed to take a one point win, ending tied for first on points at 48 but losing the tie-breaker.
His points race was his second 2nd place of the weekend, as he also set a blistering pursuit time of 4: As the wind died down the times improved, but no one was able to knock Bill down until the defending champion on the final heat turned in a 4: Rather than trying to rack up three moderately high placings to secure team points, we opted to go for the national title, and put our two other racers on the front to drive the pace when it suited.
Josh in particular was a tireless workhorse and certainly Bill could not have done it without him. In fact, Josh emerged as a bright shining star—the consummate teammate with loads of talent. To call him a superdomestique would not do him justice, for he can lead just as well. Josh became the first MSU sprinter to go under 11 seconds, beating the team record set by Danny Robertson—who, coincidentally, nearly broke the national record in a flying on site with a 9.
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He proved an adept learned, and ultimately placed 8th, even after having his shoulder dislocated by his opponent in the quarters. Match sprinting is rough! Josh Buchel had a 4: