Wednesday, December 7, 2011

P(l)aying to Win: Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Browed

From time to time, I receive intriguing proposals by electronic mail. Nigerian business opportunities, discounts from retailers I've never heard of, invitations from people in Portland to go have coitus with myself... Most of the time I end up passing (except on the coitus, naturally), but recently I received a particularly compelling email that displayed considerable initiative from a gentleman offering to "put together a high-quality article written specifically for the site."

Anything I send over would be written with the site's readership in mind - as long as you're happy with the resulting material, you'd be welcome to publish it as you see fit and the content will be owned by you entirely (in that I won't send it to anyone else, either before or after publication).

Now this was intriguing. Just imagine what I could do if I were freed from the 14-17 minutes a day I spend laboring on this blog. I could take daily "epic" rides while swaddled in Rapha; I could work on my trackstand; I could finally build that urban chicken coop I've always dreamed of having and get written up in the New York Times for it--all while some schmuck does my work for me! Best of all, it wouldn't cost me a cent:

There is absolutely no charge for this and no strings attached; the only thing I would ask in return is that I'm able to include a link to a site within the article - nothing shady or unethical, just one of the professional businesses I freelance for.

After much deliberation, though, I decided I simply couldn't go through with it. Sure, I'd be living the lavish lifestyle of the 1%, and sure nobody would notice my absence, but if there's one thing I've learned over the years it's that a man without integrity is like a man without a top-of-the-line 11-speed electronic road bike component group: a total loser. So I passed, and you can rest assured that every word you read on this blog is still hand-picked and manually typed by me alone. You can also be sure that I would never, ever include gratuitous links strictly for marketing purposes.

With that out of the way, are you having trouble finding the right gift for that special man in your life this holiday season? Well, why not enroll him in the Underwear of the Month Club? With hundreds of styles from cutting-edge basics to performance fabrics, to body enhancing designs, the Andrew Christian Underwear of the Month club is a way to make sure your man never has to go back to boring underwear. Join the club and designer Andrew Christian will handpick a variety of briefs and boxers including fan favorites, brand new designs, and pre-release exclusives unavailable to the general public.

Speaking of shady business practices and online retail, eyebrowless professional bike racing person Alexander Vinokourov has been accused of purchasing his 2010 Liège-Bastogne-Liège victory:

Details are still hazy, but according to a Swiss magazine Vino surreptitiously purchased a membership in the Classics Victory of the Month Club. (The Classics Victory of the Month Club should not be confused with the Johan Museeuw Hair Club for Men.) For his part, Vino denies it (though he admits he did consult with Johan Museeuw on a pair of cosmetic eyebrows), and I'm inclined to believe him. Supposedly, he paid Alexandr Kolobnev €100,000 for the victory, and it's difficult to imagine Vino has that kind of money. Then again, it's possible he was flush with macaroni money after starring in a pasta commercial:

The above video was forwarded to me by Klaus of Cycling Inquisition, and could very well be that Vino is using a lucrative sideline as a pasta spokesperson to bankroll bribes to bolster his dwindling cycling career. Incidentally, it was while producing one of these commercials that Vinokourov lost his eyebrows, when a a burst of flame from the cooking range completely singed them off of his face. It was huge news in Kazakhstan at the time, akin to that time back in the 80s when Michael Jackson caught fire while filming a Pepsi ad. In the long run though the incident proved to be a boon to his career, since prior to it he looked like this:

("Old school" Vino with his erstwhile lush brows.)

It's amazing how just a little eyebrow hair can make you look like a completely different person.

Anyway, Vino is emphatic that the win was his, and his domestique Jens Floaterhoist is willing to back him up completely. If you're unfamiliar with Jens Floaterhoist, he once purchased a Dauphiné Libéré stage win from George Hincapie for $19 and half a bottle of Snapple, and he's also the inventor of the Floaterhoist horizontal bike storage hoist:

Yes, it's Floaterhoist, the flush-with-the-ceiling bike storage solution for the kinds of losers who can't afford a 22-bike clubhouse with a sauna:


Now, it's hard for me to comment on the design itself since I'm not an engineer, but I will say that the video contained some excellent disembodied hand porn:

And if you're worried about the safety of the design, you can rest assured that the inventor of the Floaterhoist says it's "OK:"

That's assuming both your ceiling height and bar width fall within the Floaterhoist's design parameters, and it's also assuming your bike doesn't come crashing down on top of you like a poorly-installed venetian blind, trapping you inside the frame of a 30lb low-end freeride bike. If this happens you're liable to languish that way for hours like a thief in the stockades, unless you're able to "MacGyver" some sort of grappling hook out of the front disc brake and retrieve the cellphone sitting frustratingly out of reach upon your coffee table.

In far more serious news, the New York Times have finally covered the sickening and infuriating Mathieu Lefevre story:

Or, if you prefer your disgusting cycling news in moron-ese, you can read this instead:


As I mentioned yesterday, periodicals love to undermine cycling-related articles by giving them stupid headlines, and I can't think of any better way of dehumanizing the victims than by calling them "hipsters"--though I'm sure "hipsters" everywhere will be pleased to know that the Daily News officially recognizes them as an ethnic group.

Speaking of undermining cycling, the Sierra Club (who brought you the propaganda video that makes commuting by car in San Francisco look better than commuting by bike) is now suggesting that you turn your bike into something far more useful, like a reindeer for your lawn:

(Forwarded by a reader.)

Sure, you could ride what they call "daily household garbage," but it's really far more useful as a holiday-themed decoration.

Also compelling was this comment about the supposed "joys of bicycling:"

Michael Sauber

Perhaps a more festive idea would be to DECORATE YOURSELF on your way to work by bike. At 5 degrees out this am, I couldn't wear my sunglasses because the balaclava shielding my nose and mouth from the cold would get steamed up from my breath. If I exposed my mouth and nose (with a red ball on my nose to keep it warm) I could wear my glasses. Of course I'd have to have antlers on my healmet so others wouldn't think I just had too much to drink. It would also provide some festive joy to the poor souls who miss out on the joys of bicycling and are commuting by car.

"Healmets" are the new "helment."

119 comments:

Anonymous said...

First

Anonymous said...

Second

Anonymous said...

and third...

Anonymous said...

Gateway Teen Tours!

Anonymous said...

TOP 5?

Oh yeah, ANT1ST blows goats.

Anonymous said...

Top ten!
Hoot Hoot!

Anonymous said...

top 10!

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

No comment.

leroy said...

Well this is odd.

When my dog told me to get my head out of my floaterhoist it sounded derogatory.

petrus said...

Top X!!

Fredly, Snobby, just Fredly. 9 am??? Who's awake at that hour??

Bees blood.

Perry said...
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Marcel Da Chump said...

Vintage vino.

Dan said...

Email Simone to let her know how disgusting the article is. I did, although I don't expect a response, it sure felt good. Scumbags, the lot of them.

Anonymous said...

Off The Back All Star Said:

Top twenty, bitches!

Anonymous said...

You must admit that healmet is much better than wearing heelmeat on your head.

Anonymous said...

Seemeat,
Touchmeat,
Feelmeat,
Heelmeat.

Hieroglyph--Just call me Glyph said...

Panties!

El Diablow said...

HELLmeat

streepo said...

scranus

streepo said...

nipples

g said...

*yawn*
*shuffle*
*shuffle*
*click*
Top 20?!

Anonymous said...

So . . . Dear Snob whose sarcastic wit we have come to know and cherish as we search in vain for something meaningful in life that does not have two wheels, how do we know that you actually wrote today's column? Maybe you responded to the schmuck who wanted to write it for you by saying Okey-dokey-diddlty-poo, you can do it, as long as you pretend to be me saying no to your request. How do we know that's not what happened? Huh? How? Oh, and you told him he has to plug Rapha while he's at it. I'm having an existential crisis of SnobFaith!

Wayne Coyne said...

ScranusNipple

Esteemed Commenter DaddoOne said...

14-17 minutes?

I am impressed! This blog reads like someone spent 19 minutes on it!

Consistently!!!

mikeweb said...

So I passed, and you can rest assured that every word you read on this blog is still hand-picked and manually typed by me alone.

Has Vito finally been wooed away by Prolly? Maybe with a promise of 'artisanal' bananas...

wotboy said...

Coitus? I was talking about my rug.

Anonymous said...

WCRM
I don't think it would be good for you to build an urban chicken coop-what would your piegions think..also you would have to worry about vectoring uninary bird flu and like deiseases through the different species..and for the growers would you have to seprerate the fece////fetalizer?


mr.pissta midpack

finn maguire said...

Wow - that NY Times article was fucking weak. The Times put in about as much effort into it as the police put into their heartless "investigation."

grog said...

Happy Delaware Day!

Anonymous said...

Dear snob,

Isn't it about time for an end of year analysis of the Pista / Chris King Indexes(Indices? Indecidedices?)?

What with the state of the global economy, I need to know whether to 'cash in' and invest my sheckles in tinned goods, or hold on to my investment and wait for the bounce...

Yours,

Nervousinvestor

Buy-cycle said...

'manually typed by me alone'. Have economic hardships taken its toll on the up keep of your helper monkey? Say it aint so! Wednesday weed. Top 40?

le Correcteur said...

Wow, that Vino picture was freaky!
Why'm I so slow today? The brows freaked me out.

theEel said...

weEd.

Vino Pista said...

Love the Vino pasta ad!

Doug said...

Simone Weichselbaum, who wrote that "Hipster Highway" story for the Daily News, has already been exposed on this very blog as a hipster:

http://bit.ly/1SRpzX

Anonymous said...

AYHGSMB

There. By adding a G for gently, maybe all y'all haters won't be so rough this time. I'm still walking with a limp from last time.



balls.

crosspalms said...

I wanted to know more about the Christian Underwear of the Month club -- studly Jesus on my briefs? A visit from Amy Grant? -- and was bummed to see that it's just the designer's name. Guess I'll stick with the Anarchist Underwear of the Month Club, where sometimes you get underwear, sometimes you get socks, sometimes you don't get anything.

Anonymous said...

Someone keep Leroy and his jar of peanut butter out of the dog park.

CommieCanuck said...

Mikeweb,

Vito was downsized in the November BSNYC corporate re-structuring, following WRM/RTMS' buyout by British Petroleum LLC.

He only has a week and half of unemployment bananas (the "Dole" dole)left.

Dr. Evil said...

"The details of my life are quite inconsequential ... Very well, where do I begin? My father was a relentlessly self-improving boulangerie owner from Belgium with low-grade narcolepsy and a penchant for buggery. My mother was a 15-year-old French prostitute named Chloe with webbed feet. My father would womanize; he would drink. He would make outrageous claims like he invented the question mark. Sometimes, he would accuse chestnuts of being lazy. The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament ... My childhood was typical: summers in Rangoon ... luge lessons ... In the spring, we'd make meat helmets ... or HealMeats..When I was insolent I was placed in a burlap bag and beaten with reeds — pretty standard, really. At the age of 12, I received my first scribe. At the age of 14, a Zoroastrian named Vilmer ritualistically shaved my testicles. There really is nothing like a shorn scrotum (scranus) — it's breathtaking ... I suggest you try it."

Dr. Evil's Dad said...

I have a patent pending on the question mark.

Dr. Evil's Dad said...

I'd have the full patent by now if it weren't for those fucking hipster chestnuts.

Anonymous said...

what is it with sprinters and hair clubs?
http://www.ilandtower-cl.com/en/

mikeweb said...

CC,

Thanks for the heads up. I guess my proxy ballot was lost in the mail.

Grump said...

I thought that a "Floaterhoist" was something you used when you can't get one to flush down the terlet.
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Etherhffer said...

I can't see the tape measure to size up my scranus for the underwear of the month club.

Etherhuffer said...

My floaterhoist maimed my Fledermaus.

ant1 said...

ant1st!

Anonymous said...

sad stuff. drivers need to take more care. i drivers doing the most eggregious shit in NYC running lights that just turned red, speeding down narrow one way streets, taking turns without looking, etc, without realizing the consequences. in come cases those consequences can be death or serious injury and what for, so the driver can save two seconds on thier drive? take your head out of your ass and think for just a second before you do something dangerously stupid. Same goes to a lot of my fellow cyclists. I can't tell you how many times i see some douchebag drift into oncoming traffic against a light.

Anonymous said...

the floater thingy is interesting but i prefer to just lean my bike against the wall, a lot less complicated.

Mcfly said...

I always thought the bike silouhette paintings in bike lanes we're for designation but it turns out they are just police chalk outlines. Stay classy San Diego. I'm Tits McGhee.

Anonymous said...

HEAL MENT

ce said...

There is a glitch in the mehtrix

ce said...

It's raining and I've got to ride to work. How does that old saying go? Oh yeah: "If it rains, don't get the tattoo".

Wait a minute, how is that relevant?

Rand McNally said...

That Hipster Highway is just one block down from the Hershey Highway. Is it also a one-way?

Buffalo Bill said...

My Castelli shorts come with show-it tech, dead sexy.

Bob said...

Dear Mr.Snob, i've seen your blog and other blogs linking to all hail the black market blog, but i never got what is htat blog is about. can you give me any info?

Anonymous said...

Am I living in denial if I refuse to read any more news articles about cyclists who get killed? It's always the same story, same tone, the cops don't even investigate what might have caused the "accident", and then the comments section... Might as well be squirrels to the cops and bitter, 50-somethings who absolutely have to drive to pick up their egg foo yung (not too spicy!!!!).

Does that make sense?

The article in Salon yesterday was very good, though.

CommieCanuck said...

Dear Mr.Snob, i've seen your blog and other blogs linking to all hail the black market blog, but i never got what is htat blog is about.

Htat blog is about Healmets, bieks and crabon fiber.

Unknown said...

How about stroop-waffle of the month club.

worn_pedal said...

Vino's purchase of L-B-L is glorious old school pro cycling.

Hein Verbruggen worked very hard to suppress discussion of widespread race fixing. He got a promotion to the IOC for it.

Why do you think the 'stars of the TdF' always win those post-Tour criteriums? Nothing changes in Pro cycling.

Billy said...

I just remembered that I actually do know a bit of Boston bike controversy! The lead opponent in the debate about whether to tear down the ancient 50's era local highway infrastructure bridge and replace it with a multimodal greenway-style boulevard is none other than the LBS owner! It's amazing. He's trying to rally the car drivers to "save the bridge" because it's somehow safer. Separated cycle tracks and reworked intersections seem a lot safer to me, and so thinks the Boston Cyclists' Union, the Livable Streets Alliance, WalkBoston, the Emerald Necklace Conservatory, the list goes on.

I can only imagine that he's worried the dentists won't be able to bring in their Serottas from the suburbs and they'll pick some other neighborhood's LBS to patronize with their Fredly ways and 1% dollars. (Actually I doubt very many dentists are actually 1%ers. They're probably 5%ers who have it just good enough that they're willing to turn their back on the rest of the 99%.)

Anyway, the bridge is called the Casey Overpass and Jeff Ferris is the LBS owner. It's a bizarre role reversal. Since when does the highway engineer advocate removing the bridge and the local bike guru advocate keeping it?

Here's a TLDR take on it from the director of Livable Streets: http://blog.livablestreets.info/?p=526
Here's Jeff's letter to our local rag, where he appears divorced from reality. I especially love the comments by his fellow working group members: http://jamaicaplaingazette.com/2011/11/18/letter-a-new-bridge-is-better-for-overpass/
And the BCU's take: http://bostoncyclistsunion.org/uncategorized/time-to-chime-in-on-the-casey-overpass/

Billy said...

Also, not sure I actually want to read that Times article. It's way too depressing and prone to inciting vigilante justice.

Scranus and nipple said...

"I'd be living the lavish lifestyle of the 1%, and sure nobody would notice my absence,"

Let the class warfare begin.

Underwear of the week club. - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnVOK42o4E0

Eddie Existential said...

Recently, I was riding down a two way street (double lines) with no cars around. I'm about to turn left.I check for a car (never assume the coast is clear); sure enough, a driver tried to pass me by driving on to the incoming lane! I held my line as the car drove by thisclose.
Both driver and passenger turned in their seats to look at me. Their jaws were dropped, astonished at what just happened, like they expected to kill me.
I should rant and rave about how lawless some divers are, but their illiteracy makes the point moot.

cyclotourist said...

WCRM & readers: You too can have testosterone rich eye-fur.

Vino knows pasta!

Eddie Existential said...

correction:
"muff divers"

Mehjor Taylor said...

Hey Klaus - you probably should have included the link to your site the day AFTER you wrote WCRM's blog, not the same day.

PhilboydStunge said...

Good news Snobby. It's easy for me to comment on the design itself since I AM an engineer. It sucks. Glad I could help.

Snarlixander Spleenokourov said...

Holy Shit!! Vino schlepping pasta?
How about the music for that commercial? So terrible, I had to watch and listen to it twice!! What's in the sauce? EPO?

Anonymous said...

Don't know how to cross a busy street? No need to learn when instead you can bitch and moan until the city makes you completely safe. Because you're entitled.

yogisurf said...

Now I know how 'Fat Cyclist' gets his column written. Hey WRM, yesterday's post was great. The psycho and the 99% going to the 1% (body fat). Thats Gold, Snobby, Gold.

8==D ~ ~ ~ said...

BSNYC,

SAPA aluminum in Portland announced they are closing their bicycle frame facilities. SAPA made frames for Turner, Ventana, Mountain Cycle, Zerode, Rotec, Spooky and many other small, high end companies. One big step closer to all performance bikes being made in Taiwan.

Seems like the only people making bikes in the states anymore are the artinsal BS artists more skilled at blowing smoke up orifices, than welding.

SteveL said...

A hanging bike rack you can stand underneath -with a mountain bike above?

If you do take your MTB out for the rainy season (here in the UK, from January to December) it will come back dripping with mud, or worse "farm mud", which is the same colour but smells like it is fresh from a cow's bottom.

There is no way you would want to get underneath something like that, or have it above anything other than a washable mat.

Oh, and if you keep the bike on its side the hydraulics will get air in them and not work so well.

MTBs need to be kept somewhere you can get them in and out the house easily, somewhere with a cleanable mat underneath for the bike and where you strip your wet and muddy clothing off, leaving them to dry on the frame for the next day. And locked to the bulding via a heavy chain.

JB said...

I wash myself with a rag on a stick.

CommieCanuck said...

SAPA made frames for Turner, Ventana, Mountain Cycle, Zerode, Rotec, Spooky and many other small, high end companies. One big step closer to all performance bikes being made in Taiwan.

You might as well have listed Itchy, Scratchy, Huey, Duey, Lewie, 'cause I ain't hear of any of them. This MAY have something to do with them closing down. That, and that fact that any idiot in Portland now runs a bespoke bike company.

Blame the Chinese.

8===D ~ ~ ~ said...

I'm guess that's because you are a grape smuggler that doesn't pay attention to mountain bikes.

It would be like if Waterford made bikes for Serotta, Landshark, Sycip, Vanilla, and Seven, and one day closed their doors, leaving all those brands up shit creek.

Anonymous said...

BITD, SAPA and Kinesis had their frame building shops on the same street in Portland, and produced the vast majority of mountain bikes that had a "made in the USA" sticker. Back before bike culture.
NUTSACK

Anonymous said...

McGuiness and Nassau doesn't even make the top 10 in Brooklyn according to TA. A total of 36 peds and 3 cyclists were hit there by motor vehicles between 1995 and 2009. The hipsters must be worth more.

Anonymous said...

harry morgan's scranus

Will "the Shakes" Speer said...

All's weld, that ends weld.

brake for love said...

This comment is sure to bring me the enmity of the hipsterati in Bklyn, but so be it.
You didn't grow up in New York, so you get a fixed-gear bike for the meaningless pursuit of street cred.
NEWS FLASH: you're not fooling anyone. The locals know you're not from 'round the way'.
Safety first with the bikes, already. How many more deaths will it take to drive the point home?

Anonymous said...

Well,

If we must suffer the indignity of the cycling media, it's refreshing to know that at least, we can sit in designer, throw-away undies for a full-month at a time, as we do so.

ce said...

I know what you are thinking, the "glitch in the matrix" reference has already been over used. But actually that sense of deja vu you have is a glitch in the matrix.

Anonymous said...

Well, Guru makes their frames in Montreal. The US is simply Canada's designer underwear, after all.

McFly said...

There is a fine art to welding aluminium, you have to switch the thingy over to AC and not freak out when the truncated tip of your other doohickey balls up.

Paul Tuetel IV said...

BALLS UP OR BALLS OUT, I'M COPPIN FLY HONEYS CAUSE I GOT THE CLOUT!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, a burst of flames singed off my eyebrows once while trying to light a pilot light that was open a little too long. Not fun. I, too, had to resort to a temporary eye-stasch.

22 Bikes said...

An artist, a deejay and a web designer (sounds like the beginning of a joke) all killed while riding. How are the food delivery folks doing? Are they being killed just as much? Or do we just don't hear about them?

Nebraska bike commuter (non-DWI edition) said...

I've just been listening to Kid A and remembering how good techno can be. Then I watched the Floaterhoist vid, and was reminded why I mostly don't like it.

Etherhuffer said...

People ought not cry about frame mfg going overseas. It always does in the end. And, its legal.

Summation: That is why there are people in Occupy Wall Street. Those folks on Wall Street can move their labor offshore, make a lot of bucks, and repatriate it here with no downside. Free trade yes, but how free is loss of jobs here? Bankers, Manufacturers, etc get to be important people. The rest of us be damned.

JDH said...

ETHERHUFFER- that's the difference between free and FAIR trade. I'm not so sure that is THE reason behind OWS, but it is a factor.

single sprocket said...

@22 Bikes,
that 'brake for love' person kinda answered your question:
food delivery bikers don't ride fixies ( in NYC ).

JDH said...

Eddie Existential- Been there, done that. Had a car brush the fingers of my outstretched left-turn signaling hand. My fault for not looking. Never happened again.

Anonymous said...

Ed Asner?

Anonymous said...

Hey, the Sierra Club stole that idea from Pablo Picasso, except Picasso called his sculpture Head of a Bull, not Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

http://sfcitizen.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/pbh-copy-450x365.jpg

Conceptualist said...

I took the wheels off my bike; turned it upside down and called it "Reclining Nude".

LANDSCAPES said...

Great blog!
Congratulation

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

Did someone say Reclining nude?

wishiwasmerckx said...

100th!

Anonymous said...

fight the power.

Conceptualist said...

RCT,
need your help with my next piece:
wheels off a recumbent, turn it upside down
and it's , ___________?

David said...

@jdh. Rock on man! No one knows the difference between free and fair trade! You made my day. Whatever happened to bilateral trade agreemeements? CORPORATISM, that's what happened.

Etherhuffer said...

Jesus, Blogger outer me! That last post was Etherhuffer!

bikesgonewild said...
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bikesgonewild said...

...hey, dammit...i wasn't finished with rapha...

...& i won't be finished with 'em 'til they send me a t-shirt that sez rapha - 'pretentious as fuck'...

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YEah Werd. said...

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CommieCanuck said...

Grape Smuggler? Must be some Portland double entendre.

There are too many custom bike builders in the US. Far too many for the prices they expect. Shit, even Vito can braze Reynolds.

Since the economic crash, the twat cycle of people borrowing money to buy overpriced poser bikes has collapsed. Now, more people are buying bikes that perform relative to cost, not how "real" they are.

Reality hits Portland, boo hoo. Surprise, that wooden shack cottage isn't actually worth $600,000 either.

8===D ~ ~ ~ (oYo) said...

How long have you been riding bikes that you haven't heard of Turner OR "grapesmuggler" MIND BLOWN.

SAPA was not a custom builder, like you are thinking of, like Engin, Snobby's new bike, where they charge $2000 for a steel hardtail frame and blow smoke up your ass.

SAPA made some of the highest performance bike out. Santa Cruz, Turner, Knolly, Zerode, all the old Schwinn Homegrown frame, the list is long.

Anonymous said...

http://bicycling.com/blogs/thestraightdirt/2011/12/07/sapa-to-cease-contract-bicycle-manufacturing-operations/

D Stroy said...

What about helminths?

Anonymous said...

Fodder: http://arkitipintel.com/2011/12/08/louis-vuitton-polo-bike-shot-for-intersection-magazine/

needs barmitts said...

депутатов-спортсменов!!!!

Anonymous said...

it's too bad that Juan Antonio Flecha and Johnny Hoogerland aren't of the same riding caliber as Lucas Brunelle or they never would have gotten hit by that French television car. maybe Brunelle's video should be required viewing for all "professional" Tour riders. perhaps even Brunelle himself could teach a workshop where riders could learn from his skills?

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