Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: belkin, Contador, Giampaolo Mondini, Specialized, SWorks, Tour de France
…could actually be true.
UPDATE: However, a fourth version of events has since come to the fore, and it’s the most plausible yet. According to Specialized’s Giampaolo Mondini, one of Contador’s frames was broken while it was still on the roof. Following Contador’s crash, the team car had to rush to his aid and clipped the Belkin car as it passed, destroying the bike.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Cafe Roubaix, Roubaix, Specialized, Twitter
Getting blasted on Twitter and elsewhere. Lacking a real defense.
Richter was notified earlier this year by “Specialized Canada” that his bike shop’s name infringes on Specialized’s Canadian trademark of the name “Roubaix.” Yup. Specialized’s engineers made a nice bike and after they did, the douchebags™ in the legal department went ahead and registered the name of that French city as theirs. They couldn’t do it in the U.S., but they’re aggressively “protecting” the name up there in the Great White North.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Art of Mountain Biking, babyhead, berm, cross country, enduro, Hurst, mountain bike, mountain biking, MTB, Robert Hurst, rock garden, singletrack, Specialized, XC
BUY IT NOW: AMAZON
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Big Bear, Big Bear 50, Brendon Davids, David "Tinker" Juarez, endurance mountain bike racing, endurance racing, Mata, mountain bike, mountain bike racing, Pro UET, RSA/Sho-Air - Specialized, Specialized
After skipping the series’ second round Juarez showed why he is a legend at 51, taking his second Pro UET victory on the season and regaining the overall lead on Sunday. Juarez was challenged heavily throughout the 50-mile race by U23 prospect Brendon Davids (RSA/Sho-Air – Specialized). The veteran eventually used his knowledge of the endurance format to dislodge Davids late in the second and final lap to take a 35 second victory….