www.hbstache.com

http://handlebarmustache.blogspot.com/

22nd July 2014

Photo reblogged from NYC Bike Commuter with 103 notes

discoursesofthewithered:

via rideargyle on instagram:

Put your head down, follow the wheel in front of you, hope you don’t have to stop. Or turn. #TDF Photo @jeredgruber

discoursesofthewithered:

via rideargyle on instagram:

Put your head down, follow the wheel in front of you, hope you don’t have to stop. Or turn. #TDF Photo @jeredgruber

Source: discoursesofthewithered

19th July 2014

Photo reblogged from D'Alfonso with 101 notes

bikefukr:

pls

bikefukr:

pls

Source: bikefukr

17th July 2014

Photo with 8 notes

The doors were open and the choir was singing. I thought for a second, that my mind was playing tricks on me after going all out. It was more perfect than I imagined it would be. #TBT to the first time I rode up the Muur.

The doors were open and the choir was singing. I thought for a second, that my mind was playing tricks on me after going all out. It was more perfect than I imagined it would be. #TBT to the first time I rode up the Muur.

Tagged: cyclingmuurMuur van Geraardsbergenkappelmuurkapelmuurbelgiumflandersde rondede ronde van vlaanderenhbstachehbstachecrew

17th July 2014

Photo reblogged from dfitzger with 6 notes

dfitzger:

By @hbstache: Good running into @teamsmallbatch Crew… @zachleeboulder Thanks for #sockdoping July 13, 2014 at 10:16PM http://ift.tt/1m9RNkq

dfitzger:

By @hbstache: Good running into @teamsmallbatch Crew… @zachleeboulder Thanks for #sockdoping July 13, 2014 at 10:16PM http://ift.tt/1m9RNkq

17th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Mistaken Pain with 6 notes

mistakenpain:

Green lane! #milesofsmiles #boulder

mistakenpain:

Green lane! #milesofsmiles #boulder

17th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Gruber Images with 42 notes

gruberimages:

I don’t care how cliché the Tour de France sunflower picture might be, I don’t have the willpower to pass up shooting a giant sunflower field. As they say, like a fly to light, or something like that. #tdf

gruberimages:

I don’t care how cliché the Tour de France sunflower picture might be, I don’t have the willpower to pass up shooting a giant sunflower field. As they say, like a fly to light, or something like that. #tdf

16th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from apisonadora60 with 2,663 notes

gumirin:

Peter Sagan is actually Makishima Yuusuke.

 I know Sagan isn’t actually standing climbing but cLOSE ENOUGH.

Source: gumirin

16th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Laicepssieinna. with 22 notes

laicepssieinna:

From tdwsport - Sexy legs on the podium #podium #sexy #legs #stage5 #tourdesuisse #cycling @bthurau @TeamEuropcar_en http://ift.tt/1oGZOoqVive le Vélo

laicepssieinna:

From tdwsport - Sexy legs on the podium #podium #sexy #legs #stage5 #tourdesuisse #cycling @bthurau @TeamEuropcar_en http://ift.tt/1oGZOoq
Vive le Vélo

15th July 2014

Photo reblogged from The Handmade Cyclist with 12 notes

thehandmadecyclist:

A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 68
1981: Jonathan Boyer was the first ever American rider to enter the tour but was mocked by the cycling community for being a vegetarian, a rather novel thing in 1981.
He brought his own food to the race and at the start line he had nuts and fruit squirreled away in the pockets of his stars and stripes jersey.

Whilst others sneered, Eddie Merckx astutely predicted “America will be the land of the future of cycling.”
Every day until the Grand Depart, we’ll be sharing 100 stories from the last 100 years, a design per day until the greatest show on earth begins. You can see the full set of stories, and purchase postcards and prints, at www.thehandmadecyclist.com

Plant fueled

thehandmadecyclist:

A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 68

1981: Jonathan Boyer was the first ever American rider to enter the tour but was mocked by the cycling community for being a vegetarian, a rather novel thing in 1981.

He brought his own food to the race and at the start line he had nuts and fruit squirreled away in the pockets of his stars and stripes jersey.

Whilst others sneered, Eddie Merckx astutely predicted “America will be the land of the future of cycling.”

Every day until the Grand Depart, we’ll be sharing 100 stories from the last 100 years, a design per day until the greatest show on earth begins. You can see the full set of stories, and purchase postcards and prints, at www.thehandmadecyclist.com

Plant fueled

15th July 2014

Photo reblogged from The Handmade Cyclist with 19 notes

thehandmadecyclist:

A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 82
1995 Consider if you will the superhuman physiology of 1995 Tour winner Miguel Indurain.
His blood took 7 litres of oxygen around his body per minute, compared to 3–4 litres for an ordinary person and 5–6 litres for fellow riders.
His cardiac output was 50 litres a minute; a fit amateur cyclist’s is about 25 litres. Indurain’s lung capacity was 7.8 litres, compared to an average of 6 litres.
His resting pulse was as low as 28bpm compared to the average 60–72bpm. His VO2 max was 88 ml/kg/min.

Half man, half robot perhaps.
Every day until the Grand Depart, we’ll be sharing 100 stories from the last 100 years, a design per day until the greatest show on earth begins. You can see the full set of stories, and purchase postcards and prints, at www.thehandmadecyclist.com

thehandmadecyclist:


A Miscellany of Le Tour de France - Day 82

1995 Consider if you will the superhuman physiology of 1995 Tour winner Miguel Indurain.

His blood took 7 litres of oxygen around his body per minute, compared to 3–4 litres for an ordinary person and 5–6 litres for fellow riders.

His cardiac output was 50 litres a minute; a fit amateur cyclist’s is about 25 litres. Indurain’s lung capacity was 7.8 litres, compared to an average of 6 litres.

His resting pulse was as low as 28bpm compared to the average 60–72bpm. His VO2 max was 88 ml/kg/min.

Half man, half robot perhaps.

Every day until the Grand Depart, we’ll be sharing 100 stories from the last 100 years, a design per day until the greatest show on earth begins. You can see the full set of stories, and purchase postcards and prints, at www.thehandmadecyclist.com