303Cycling Jersey is HOMEGROWN

10 09 2012

303Cycling Jersey

303 Cycling bringing it home for the win on the USA Pro Challenge Queen stage’s Flagstaff finish. In the background, Rory Sutherland celebrates his second place finish.

Winner, winner, chicken dinner.  It’s out, and it’s fierce.  The new 303 Cycling Jersey is on fire.  Lovingly raised from the HOMEGROWN line, the jersey has subtle water markings on the front panel with all your favorite Front Range rides.  Check out what 303 has to say about it here.





Baby and Mountain Biking in 3D

2 05 2011

Saw a fella the other day for belly pain.  As I was examining him, I couldn’t help notice that his wife kept doting on the little baby in the car seat. Tucking, retucking, calming.  The kid was perfectly still, so I didn’t understand what all the fuss was about.  I glanced a little closer and realized the kid was a little plastic baby.  WTF?  She kept on with this, so by the time I was finished with my exam, I couldn’t hold it in anymore.

“So what’s the deal with the little guy?”

Turns out they were “babysitting” their daughter’s class project while she finished her shift at Taco Bell.  Apparently, they were taking it seriously.   But as time went on, the infant car seat became a repository for all their crap.  By the time I was discharging him, there were car keys, a phone, a book, a bag of Doritos, and a little plastic baby lying face down in the carrier.  Poor little guy.  Needless to say, I called Child Protective Services.

Our friends at 303 cycling posted this mountain biking 3D video by BrandonMutari.com.  I don’t have the appropriate eyewear, so it just looks blurry.  But honestly, it seems like he spent a lot of time filming the guy washing his bike.  Maybe watching a guy wash his bike would be cooler if it were in 3D.  If someone has 3d glasses, please let me know if this is true.  Can someone also tell me what trail in Boulder they are riding?   I don’t remember us having trails that cool. Either way, seems like a cool new way to watch mountain biking footage (if you have 3D glasses).  You can see how the film was made on his website.  Enjoy.








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