It’s amazing to see how many variations are possible on the basic form of the bicycle. The Velocipedia project sets the bar for inventive interpretation of the humble bike impossibly high, with the emphasis on “impossibly”. It’s an amusing idea, a very impressive labor of love, and the results are delightful…
Terry Bike Gear can be surprisingly suited to life beyond cycling – Many of us enjoy exercise beyond the bike, and whether we’re going from yoga to the gym, running races or running errands, our Terry bike gear goes with us. It turns out that clothing designed to be comfortable, functional and flattering for cycling can be all those things for other activities too. Versatility is built in. It makes sense – fabric that feels good, wicks well, and keeps the sun off when you’re on a bike, performs just the same anywhere else.
Color of the season: psycho red. News of the season: higher rises, new options in tights and coolweather jerseys and a whole new crop of cycling-inspired tops and accessories.
Is LeBron James Now the World’s Most Famous Cyclist? No, no, I hear you saying – LeBron is the world’s most famous basketball player! Then you haven’t seen the media coverage of LeBron James’ cycling exploits… Yep, he’s also a dyed-in-the-wool, raised-from-a-pup cyclist. Sure enough, he grew up riding all over Akron, Ohio, with his buddies, on a series of everyday bikes that gave him the taste of freedom and possibility we all know as cyclists.
The Lanterne Rouge – the race to be last in the Tour de France. It would seem like a dubious honor at best, maybe even a mark of failure, but for some the Lanterne Rouge has been the most coveted prize of the Tour de France after the celebrated jerseys… Named for the red light […]
Whatever happened to the Women’s Tour de France? When National Public Radio runs a story about the Tour de France it’s unusual enough to make us perk up our ears, and appreciate the exposure for our sport. When the coverage is focused on a group pushing for a women’s Tour de France, we really pay […]
The 2018 Tour de France heads into Paris today – July 29th, and if there are no last moment disasters Geraint Thomas will keep his yellow jersey and enter the history books as winner of the 2018 Tour de France. He scored a few other notable achievements in this Tour: the only rider ever to […]
We’re down to the finish line for our Tour Web Exclusives 2018 – Snap up these popular favorites while they’re still available… Shop all our Tour Web exclusives here.
It won’t be easy, but seriously, here’s how you win the Tour de France. It’s the rider who completes the course in the shortest time that will win the Tour de France, of course. Here’s how you could accomplish that, if you got the chance. The first step is the easiest: Get yourself into the […]
Terry takes me to the top of the French Alps. Some people watch le Tour, and others actually ride it. Karen Marshall is definitely in the rider camp and this year, not only rode the Col du Galibier (for one) but did so fully decked out in our Painted Ladies of the Tour kit. She’s […]