wa wa wahh

Droppage at Poolesville. Club Hollow Road. 

Caption Contest - Leonardtown Style. Uncle Pappy Spotting!!

A little upset..(jealous) that Uncle Pappy got the best Rugg photo the internets has posted in a long while so we had to make sure that our caption contest included him in the subject.  Also, for the record..the Haymarket kits look good. Very good. More jealousy setting in. 

We'll start

Teamwork - The Key to Success 


How many District Velocities Does it Take..?

Turning on Anonymous postings for this. Enjoy. 

Jose Nunez...get your ass upgraded

Just the stuff we found on USA Cycling should give him the points...and there is probably more..and we think he's put his request in about 70 times. What up?

Leonardtown Crit 3/4 3rd
Bunny Hop Masters 3/4 1st
Carl Dolan 3/4 1st
Richmond Crit 3/4 1st
Black Hills CR 3/4 4th
Leonardtown Crit (last year) 4th

Switching gears (see what I did there?) what is the verdict on the Haymarket not XO Harley kits so far? Are any traffic cones in threat of being replaced? Are we one step away from an orange jumpsuit? Do we carve out eyes, nose, and mouth or am I totally off and are they totally pro and fast? Jose look good tho.

Gravity Wins

New Cover Model?

Dan Netzer, of Celerity Cycling in the VA, won something of Gran Fondoness proportions this weekend in New York. Finishing medal? Destruction of others? We don't know. What we do know is he is representing YGD they way we should be represented. Word.

Now..stay tuned for droppage. It's out there.

Dropped at the Hop?

By their very nature, no race is ever "easy". However if one were to imagine an "easy" course, it would probably be flat, low wind, and easy corners. Essentially, you imagine the Bunny Hop.

Droppage in this race is usually rare, but...

It would appear that some talent is still too "raw"
(Photo Credit: John Clark)

nothing says surrender like relaxed hands on the tops.
(Photo Credit: John Clark)

He has a sad.
(Photo Credit: Danielle Robertshaw)