2012 Season Preview for Cycling Fans

By Tyler Wren Even though we are still solidly in the midst of our Utah winter, the 2012 road cycling season has begun in earnest around the globe. I wanted to use this entry to talk about the US races that will be the most interesting to cycling fans, and to give you readers this […]

Fall is Time for Cyclocross

By Tyler Wren Leaves changing, back to school, world series, end-of-season break- these are some of the things most people think about when autumn comes around. But not me- even after a long season of traveling and racing my bike on the road, my mind inevitably turns to cyclocross in the fall. One thng to […]

Inherit the Win

By Tyler Wren With forty switchbacks of uninterrupted suffering ahead of me and the main peloton five minutes behind, I felt confident in my ability to prevail on the queen stage of the recent Tour of Chile. Concentrating on my rhythm and jeered on by my director from the team car, I struggled and inched […]

We’re Weird, That’s For Sure…

By Tyler Wren I strolled into a Walgreen’s pharmacy with my giant teammate Tom Zirbel late Saturday night ahead of the recent USPRO Championships in Greenville, SC looking for knee-high pantyhose. When the attendant showed us a 40-pack and I told her that that amount would not be sufficient for our needs, I realized with […]

Inherit the Win

With forty switchbacks of uninterrupted suffering ahead of me and the main peloton five minutes behind, I felt confident in my ability to prevail on the queen stage of the recent Tour of Chile. Concentrating on my rhythm and jeered on by my director from the team car, I struggled and inched my way up the behemoth climb, being careful not to look at the switchbacks above me.