It’s that time of year again! Join us on December 2 for food, drinks, and general debauchery. We’ll have Logboat on tap, music by Zorya, and a few other surprises. Then join us afterwards at Günter Hans for the after party! RSVP here.
Continuing our series of photos from an endless Summer that is ending…
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Coop just got back a roll of film from the Summer that he is dubbing his “Summer hot roll.” Take a look below…
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Dear Walt’s Customers,
A number of bicycles sold between 2000-2015 were equipped with a front wheel quick-release lever that opens past 180°. If the quick release is improperly adjusted or left open, the quick release lever can become caught in the front wheel disc. If this happens, the front wheel could separate or come to a sudden stop and the rider could lose control of the bicycle. This only pertains to bicycles equipped with disc style brakes rather than traditional rim brakes.
While many of us spent our weekend racing in Hermann, MO Cooper, Tyler, Brian, and co. spent the weekend riding out to watch the races. Here’s a report:
Words and photos by Cooper.
We meet at Ernie’s for breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Tim and I are first, and we take a table outside while we wait for the other half of our group to arrive. Shortly later, Tyler and Ryan roll up on their bikes. They’re riding with all of their camping gear, whereas Tim and I have decided to take advantage of our car-driving friends and have our gear sagged down to Hermann.
Breakfast is consumed quickly. My stomach is waking up slow and it’s hard to fill up. Ryan reveals he thought we were going to take the Katy Trail, not the roughshod mixture of county highways and crushed limestone roads we have planned. We leave by 8:45, the tables are full of college kids and their parents fueling up for a game day we are all too eager to escape.
Words by Cooper Mittelhauser, photo by Jessica Bowman
Cross is here, and I don’t know about you, but I’m not as well prepared as I might be.
After a long weekend of hot gravel my legs aren’t ready for repetitive sprinting. Weeks of road riding and the preceding months of dusty gravel centuries have left my body unprepared for sharp corners and wicked u-turns.
Cyclocross season is almost here. Is your ‘cross bike ready? From now until Sept. 5, bring your ‘cross bike in for a tune up, mention this video, and get 20% off:
Cables and housing
You may not be ready for ‘cross season, but your bike sure should be.