25 June 2008

Weekly Roundup June 25

So I have a ride later today, and I am giddy with anticipation. I also have decided that I need a new pair of gloves, I guess that’s a random point to make, but I’d love some suggestions. Will mostly use this pair for road, any ideas? With that, my dear friends, I give you… The Weekly Roundup!

Harp Rider: I have to be honest and state that the only reason I posted Getting Back To Normal is because it looks like Harp is taking two bottles of anti-freeze with him on a ride. OK, so there’s that and the fact I really dig Harp’s blog.

50K Loop NS: After telling me I should pick up ‘The Lean Look’, I’m amazed that the tempter Bluenoser is posting such a succulent (?!) looking post. Beans And Bridgewater is part a quick tribute to the Fat Cyclist Triathalon, and part tribute to Nova Scotia. I WILL get there yet.

Fat Cyclist: You may remember I mentioned that Fatty was having a Triathalon and was giving away a free bike. Well he had everyone donate to Lance Armstrong Foundation in $5 increments to enter the raffle, and wound up raising a butt-ton of money for Lance. Check it out at Fat Cyclist Readers Are The Best, and when you’re done read all about how Elden is The Best Event Organizer In The Whole World. Congrats to Elden, and as always WIN! Susan!

Cozy Beehive: Ron had me rolling this weekend when I got around to reading We Might As Well Crashon Saturday. It is the true story on why we watch cycling races, according to Ron, in reference to ‘We Might As Well Win’ the book. Loved it Ron.

Bike Munky: What better way to end than Under Starters Orders? Nothing like a friendly bike race on the way to work, eh Munky?

Well, that’s all she wrote for now. Imma go ride tonight, you should too! As usual, I’m the Phun Cyclist, you stay classy Cleveland.


Bluenoser said...

Baseball gloves are nice. Not the batting type but the catching type. ;)

Cycling Phun said...

you know this means that I need to find right and left handed catchers mitts for a picture now, right?

Bluenoser said...

Just think of all that extra padding when you hit the floor on the trail.