First STCC Ride From Rouler

Last Saturday, the Semi-Tough Cycling Club’s weekly ride left from the newly opened Rouler. The brick and mortar manifestation of Wes McWhorter’s vision for Rouler has been a long time coming and we were more than stoked to kick the tires of the new spot and give it a test run. I got to say,…

Doogie Roux Does Tulsa

I passed through Tulsa once. I stopped by Soundpony, met some awesome people, had a few drinks, and heard all about Tulsa Tough, “a full cycling experience for racers, riders, and spectators”. What I heard was great, it excited me. I wanted to experience it. Immediately after this, I boarded my flight out and wondered…

DSGP Round 2 – Monroe Day 1

Funroe, Day 1 After two years of cold, wet and miserable conditions, Monroe finally blessed the DSGP ‘crossers with blue skies and balmy temps. A welcomed relief after two weeks of slow, muddy cross racing. Still, the Monroe track held enough challenges as is: a small mound (which I assume was at some point, a…

YYR Weekend Preview – October 10th-11th

Are you looking to race your bike this weekend? Good, because we have multiple events across different disciplines to fulfill your number-pinnin’, rubber burning urges. First up we have TRACK RACING. (Yes, there is track racing here, just a short jaunt down the I-10). The 2015 LAMBRA track championships are taking place this weekend. As…

Race Report – Bamacross Dirt Crit by Dan Hadley

Race reports: we like ’em, we need more of them! As ‘cross season kicks into high gear, we asked local ripper, Dan Hadley to spin us our first guest race report.  – YYR Dirt Crit, what a bad-ass thing to do on a weekend, sounds almost like a satanic ritual doesn’t it?… Dirt Crit“. The words of a…

Rapha Women’s 100 – New Orleans by Kimberly Clements

We’ve already posted many great photos from the ride on our Facebook page, but we thought a proper blog post was needed. Thanks to Kimberly Clements for offering her take on the ride! – YYR This was my second year participating in the Rapha Women’s 100K hosted by Rouler in New Orleans. It was nice…

Alan Kelly Criterium

With my road season officially over, I attended the Alan Kelly Criterium with my other favorite weapon of choice: my camera. I’ve never shot any bike racing with a 70-200m lens, so I was pretty excited to give it a go. (Many thanks to Bjarne for the loan!) While I mostly shot video (part of…