Nicely done, Mr. Parsons.
I wouldn't sweat it J-Pow...some people have too much time on their hands apparently. For what it's worth, I love Behind the Barriers and look forward to it each week.
Those times are Pacific.
1. Powers, 1:01:53 2. Heule 3. Johnson 4. Kabush 5. Driscoll 1. Nash 2. Miller 3. Krasniak 4. Duke 5. Antonneau
Genius! Thanks for the coverage Thom.
Well done, Colt, another great week of Who's #1. Personally, I'd put Lindine about 9 or 10 on this list, but it will work its way out as the season progresses. Also, I don't think Compton will be at t...
Glad to see "Who's Number 1" is back...makes for an interesting mid-week review. Hard to quibble with too much, especially since the season is still so young, but the earlier comment is right, Bruno-R...
Nice interview thus far. It's always a pleasure to hear Adam's perspective on bikes and racing. And, way to leave us hanging for the next installment. Just who is the next Adam Myerson. Stay tuned 'ti...
1 - trebon 2 - decker 3 - jhk 4 - craig 5 - wells 1 - gould 2 - compton 3 - irmiger 4 - emmet 5 - koerber tb - 27:32
Men: 1. JHK 2. Todd Wells 3. S. Schultz 4. A. Craig 5. J. Bishop Women: 1. Gould 2. Koerber 3. Compton 4. Irmiger 5. McConneloug Tie: 1:51:15
Thanks for the video--looks like a great trail--like you said, fast and flowy. I'm a big Katie fan and wish her luck this season.
Well done, guys. Nice course preview and some interesting picks.
Once again, great job on the coverage. I've been loving it all year and really appreciate what you've done.
Huge congrats to Geoff. Great to see him take this one on a day he was clearly the best. I was cheering him on even if I was having to reload Freecaster every two minutes.
Great job on your first World Cup start and good luck this weekend in Bromont.
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