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Heavy Metal Cruisin, Michael Lizama’s contribution to ARTCRANK Minneapolis.

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Heavy Metal Cruisin, Michael Lizama’s contribution to ARTCRANK Minneapolis.

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Marta Dlugolecka’s illustration for the latest issue of The Ride journal accompanying Anthony Robson’s story. 

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Marta Dlugolecka’s illustration for the latest issue of The Ride journal accompanying Anthony Robson’s story. 

Mommy, look… I have a baby in my belly, too.For the first 2 years of Zander’s life, I thought this day would never happen. Zander has been the…View Post

Mommy, look… I have a baby in my belly, too.

For the first 2 years of Zander’s life, I thought this day would never happen. Zander has been the…

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Hurricane Sandy & Fab. Tuesday October 30, 2012.

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Here’s a short update on Hurricane Sandy & Fab as of 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday October 30, 2012.

Fab HQ. Fab’s headquarters are in the West Village of New York City, at 95 Morton Street. Our offices are 1 block from the Hudson river and our street and building were impacted by the storm. Our…

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From the Bicycle Film Festival’s Facebook stream.

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From the Bicycle Film Festival’s Facebook stream.

Never Forget (Off the couch) 100 miler

The race start was very fast and dusty. I found myself being the only woman lined up for the 100miler. It was a bit of a let-down, but since there were only 22 men lined up, probably proportional. Almost everyone was signed up for the 50miler option. In the first 5 miles, the small pack spread out. The pro men took off and I found myself very comfortably riding with Brendan on his singlespeed. The tentative plan, supposing neither of us was a whole lot faster than the other, was to have a good ride together. We both understood that if one of us blew up, the other would finish it off as a race. The first 50 mile lollipop wasn’t bad. We raced out along lake hodges and did a big loop at black mountain. On our way back in, Brendan got a flat… gashed his sidewall. I stayed at the aid station with him for a while and fueled up, but decided to soft-pedal to the turnaround. I went on ahead because he was riding a singlespeed and I was sure he’d catch me on the big hill at the turnaround.Taking the win for the women's pro 100 miler

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Bernard Hinault in the 1980 edition of Liège–Bastogne–Liège in which Hinault beat the next competitor by over nine minutes and was one of only twenty finishers. Thanks to Dirty White Bar Tape for the photo. More information about this epic edition can be found over at Cycling Revealed.

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Bernard Hinault in the 1980 edition of Liège–Bastogne–Liège in which Hinault beat the next competitor by over nine minutes and was one of only twenty finishers. Thanks to Dirty White Bar Tape for the photo. More information about this epic edition can be found over at Cycling Revealed.