The 2014 Red Hook Crit Championship series will be underway again very soon. Last year’s series
saw Neil Bezdek take 1st at Brooklyn, crash out at Barcelona and then to go on to take 3rd place at Milano, ultimately naming him the 2013 Red Hook Crit Series Champion.
With the 2014 Red Hook Crit Series on the horizon, I took a look back at last year's champion and had some questions.
What’s your background? *In general and with regards to bikes…
Facebook says you’re from Aurora. What brought you to New York?
How long have you been racing sanctioned and unsanctioned races?
Speaking of unsanctioned races, how do you feel about UCI Rule 1.2.019?
How much of a role is cycling and racing playing in your life currently? Is there time for any other interest or another profession?
You have partnered with Cinelli. What’s it like to be so closely affiliated with the most respected brand in cycling?
What are you looking to accomplish in 2014?
Oh, and shout outs! Anyone?
I stopped by
in Baton Rouge to get a few things and I ran into
there. I didn't even know he was back living in the city. He hooked me up with some much needed parts and tools. While doing so, he said that
was coming into town.
Jude didn't hold back any hospitality. The chill time, the conversations, the home cooked meal and quick trip we made to the BREC complex was thoroughly enjoyed and much needed. When I'm here, I'm home :) Click here to see more photos.
Sometimes I just scroll through my many folders of photos to relax and reminisce. Sometimes I see photos that I completely missed and others from a different perspective. Check out this GoPro goodie of Shardy's bike at Columbus Circle. Click here to see the rest of the photos from this trip.
Stay warm and pedal hard!!!
I went Uptown to see Proteus and Orpheus. Click here to see a few photos.
Chilli, gumbo, menudo, puppies, arm wrestling, raffles and more! It all came together perfectly at
in Houston to raise funds for the HAM Cycles MS150 team. A MAJOR THANK YOU to any and every person that had any and everything to do with the success of this event!
Houston's diversity brought quite the mix of teams to the cookoff. The results: third place: Karbach Brewing Co, second place: Toxic Shocks. first place: Spencer J Elliot.
If you missed this event, shame on you. Click here to see the photos and here if you would like to make a donation to the HAM Cycles MS150 team. Ricky will appreciate any donation.