1. This Is Gonna Hurt: When Good Rides Go Bad.

    If you are a competitive cyclist, or even someone who plays one on TV, then you sweat over every little detail of your training. You log every mile.  You prepare everyday with your next work out in mind...

    Brad Written by Brad about over 4 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  2. A Mile in Our Shoes: A Look into the Life of an Age Group Triathlete

    I admit, I am new to triathlon, but I have been in competitive cycling and running for about five years. When I first started out, I was mountain biking and was head over heels for the sport...

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  3. Chrissie Wellington: Possibly the World's Greatest Triathlete

    The women's divisions in a lot of professional sports are usually overlooked.  It is hard to find coverage of a lot of sports.  That is all beginning to change in a few sports, however...

    Brad Written by Brad about over 4 years ago 610 reads 2 comments

  4. The Not-So-Well-Traveled Road to a Comeback

    I have written several articles on cycling in the past year. Some were about the passion we have for our sport, some were about training tips, and some were attempts at humor.  At a certain point I stopped writing...

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  5. Whatever Happened To Sportsmanship?

    "It's just a game, go out there, do your best and have fun." Words like that used to come from coaches from peewee football and Little League baseball to soccer fields and BMX racing...

    Brad Written by Brad about over 4 years ago 429 reads 11 comments

  6. Pound for Pound: Who's Really the No.1 Ultimate Fighter?

    What if? It's an age old question. What if Kevin Dyson didn't get tackled by the Rams in the Super Bowl? What if Babe Ruth struck out after calling his shot? What if that my mom and dad didn't ...

    Brad Written by Brad about over 4 years ago 824 reads 9 comments

  7. MMA or Triathlons: The Real Ironmen

    The word Ironman gets thrown around a lot in the realm of sports. Whether it is a nickname for Cal Ripken, describing a gutsy player like Brett Favre, or an athlete who has been at the top of his respective sport for a long time...

    Brad Written by Brad about over 4 years ago 1,755 reads 9 comments

  8. How to Climb Like a Goat

    Cycling, much like any sport has athletes with various skills. Baseball has it's sluggers, football has it's kick returners, you get the point. Each sports has players that fall into a niche...

    Brad Written by Brad about 5 years ago 241 reads 3 comments

  9. Financial Crisis Hits Cycling World

    The financial crisis has hit the world of cycling hard. Things are so bad, in fact the Astana cycling team has not been able to pay it's riders. "Things are pretty bad right now." Claimed Johan Bruyneel, the team director...

    Brad Written by Brad about 5 years ago 59 reads 1 comments

  10. Ode to a Training Partner

    This article is dedicated to my training partner. Since I became a cyclist in 2002, I've been through several. I used to train with a local shop. Some of the guys were real laid back, you know the weekend warrior type...

    Brad Written by Brad about 5 years ago 60 reads 0 comments

  11. Giro 2009 a Mini Tour

    May has once again rolled around, in the cycling world this means the classics are over and it is time for the grand tours to start. Speaking of grand tours, my personal favorite is the Giro d' Talia...

    Brad Written by Brad about 5 years ago 490 reads 0 comments

  12. Interval Playlist Volume One

    It seems everyone has a top 10 list of something. So I have put together a top 10 play list of songs to do sprint intervals to...

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  13. This One Is For All Of The Non Cyclists Out There

    I was inspired a little while ago by an article written on bleacher report, a writer was commenting on how cyclists are all jacked on steroids and contribute nothing to the world. Well here is my take on it...

    Brad Written by Brad about 5 years ago 51 reads 6 comments

  14. The State of Cycling

    This is the first article I have written for bleacher report, however, I've read probably hundreds of well written articles on numerous sports. The common theme among all of the sports is that our athletes are the greatest...

    Brad Written by Brad about 5 years ago 34 reads 0 comments