The squad has slowly began its 2013 campaign on cyclocross and fat biking. With a number of races in January and February already in the bag, the team is all present and accounted for as the bigger spring races approach. Continue reading
TOLaw Management received the following email this morning from star rider Wes Sovis, announcing his plans to end his competitive racing career. The team’s future, Wes’ involvement in the team and the sport, and other considerations, are still uncertain. Continue reading
Even with the prospect of a handful of cyclocross races in the weeks after, Cody Sovis has announced the Iceman Cometh will be his final competition of the 2011 Continue reading
TOLaw’s Wonder Twins* Cody and Wes Sovis are fresh off a 1-2 at the Lowell 50 and are at full fitness heading into the Iceman Cometh Continue reading
Late last evening, Wes Sovis was notified by Lowell 50 officials that the provisional winner of the 18-29 Men’s 50 mile category was confirmed to have cut significant portions of the course.
Perhaps still riding high on the champagne and victory sauce from Saturday’s Peak2Peak, Cody and Wes Sovis have announced they will attend two more races this season in addition to the Iceman Cometh.
TOLaw met up for the Peak2Peak Mountain Bike Classic and heads were, by all accounts, turned.
After nearly two months divided on different racing schedules across the state, Thompson O’Neil Law with bring its full compliment of riders to Thompsonville, Michigan, for the Peak2Peak Mountain Bike Classic.
Despite denying any interest in signing Mark Cavendish after the demise of HTC, TOLaw top man Dan O’Neil finally admitted that he had ‘some contact’ with the Manx Missile during the later stages of the 2011 Tour de France. Continue reading