Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Tour of the Fireflies 2008 Video

Check out this short movie I made from the pictures and videos I took in this year's Tour of the Fireflies. From Tiendesitas to Quirino Grandstand and back, it seemed like the old Sony DSC-P92 and the Flip Video Ultra did their job pretty well!

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

You think you've got good legs?

Now this guy's got balls.

His name is Amado Picardal, a priest who's biking from Davao to Aparri and back. His Tour for Life and Peace aims to cover 5,000 kilometers in 56 days. Nope, he's no newbie in this field. Actually, he has done this before.

I'm really quite amazed that he biked to Malacanang together with eight other cyclists to give a letter to the President. As expected, they didn't let him in. Father Picx only left the gate when they "assured" him that they'll give it to her. Hmmmm.

You can follow his adventure and his take on what's happening now in his blog, Web Journal of Fr. Amado Picardal, CSsR. And it's OK to join him in parts of his ride. Huwag kayong mahiya. :)

Monday, April 28, 2008

Rock Racing's New Kit!

Check out the new duds from the dudes of Rock Racing! Now that's a fresh design from the usual boring safe kits in the peloton!

Paging Clarence of Anatomic Cycle Wear! Maybe we can do this for PCN's new kit? Hehehehe!

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Tour of the Fireflies 2008


For more Firefly pictures, check out my Flickr album. :)

Giro E2: Time for an upgrade!

This is the Giro E2 mountain bike helmet. It's Giro's top-of-the-line cross country helmet for more than five years. The colors and graphics change each year but it's basically the same helmet.

On the other hand, their road line-up have had a couple of redesigns ever since. From the Pneumo, they introduced the Atmos, and now it's the Ionos. I guess having a Lance Armstrong using it really helped them.

Now only if the technology learned from doing their road helmets would trickle down to cross country mountain bike helmets. That would be so cool.
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