Archive for March, 2010
Earlier this week I mentioned that you can judge the success of a city’s bike program by the number of female riders. I think Austin not only has a high number of female riders, but a wide range of the types of women throwing a leg over two wheels.
Females clad in lycra riding carbon, and women in jeans riding city bikes. Good job Austin! Let’s hope Houston can learn a thing or two from the most progressive city in Texas.
Last time Kornheiser was apologizing for comments making fun of the wardrobe of his ESPN colleague, Hannah Storm — comments that got him suspended for two weeks from Pardon the Interruption. On Friday morning, Kornheiser apologized for urging drivers to run bicyclists off the road.
Lance Armstrong, who ripped Kornheiser on Thursday, appeared on Kornheiser’s radio show and defended bicyclists, and Kornheiser backed down, acknowledging that he “got way over the top” and that “the bicycle people were properly offended.”
Kornheiser added that he had a private conversation with Armstrong and that, “I certainly apologized.” On the air, Kornheiser vowed, “these rants are over.” Armstrong obviously won this very public battle with Kornheiser.”
There was an article in bicycling magazine that said the success of a city’s cycling initiatives can be measured simply by the number of women who ride bicycles…
Looks like some Dallas boys did the same ride as us. Check the fixie kids from Dallas over on SXSFixed.
Image source cyclingnews.com
I had a chance to see the end of stage 7 of the Tirreno-Adriatico. You can watch live bicycle racing on universalsports.com every morning now. Please check it out and see how all the riders are doing this year in all the spring classics. Come tour time, you’ll definitely have a better idea on who is in top form for this year.