Awesome! Photo:  Sportza.be

Awesome! Photo: Sportza.be

Awesome German Guys- André Greipel

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What a stud. I would not have guessed he was going to be the first man up the Koppenberg. When the field is going warp speed to get good position for the tight right turn at the base of the Koppenberg, it takes some special legs to get there first. André bolted well before that…
Wet Cobbles. photo: Emilie Moberg

Wet Cobbles. photo: Emilie Moberg

Velominati Super Prestige: Women’s Ronde Van Vlaanderen 2015

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The Keepers Tour 2015 riders will be watching both the men’s and women’s Rondes on Sunday. When the women go storming by it is just as impressive as when the men do. Our boys will be knee deep in Malteni beer and frites as they spectate. The Malteni will be some much need recovery beverage…
Phil Anderson gets in the Easter spirit with a bar-bunny attack.

Phil Anderson gets in the Easter spirit with a bar-bunny attack.

Velominati Super Prestige: Ronde Van Vlaanderen 2015

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As far as the Keepers are concerned (and those already arrived for KT15) the real race action on the cobbles and for the 2015 VSP starts right here in Flanders with the Easter Sunday edition of de Ronde van Vlaanderen. And not only does the kassien bring out the big guns looking to pick up a…
Gent-Wevelgem  Photo: Jim Fryer / BrakeThrough Media

Gent-Wevelgem Photo: Jim Fryer / BrakeThrough Media

The Great Equalizer

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The wind-swept break in last weekend’s Gent-Wevelgem was a perfect example of the bike being the great equalizer. Stijn Vandenbergh, 2 meters tall and Luca Paolini, 1.74 meters tall were both there. And until the last few kilometers, no one would bet against either. I’m always cheering for the tall professionals. I’m no pro but…
The look, of love... Photo via Oli's Tumblr

The look, of love... Photo via Oli's Tumblr

Anatomy of a Photo: Bike Love

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I got new wheels last week and got them mounted with tires by the weekend. Then @Haldy had to help me with a clearance problem on Sunday (27mm FMB Paris-Roubaix’s get to be more like 29mm tires after Francois finishes his lunchtime bottle of wine). When I wasn’t looking, @Haldy put orange cable ends on all the…