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’s Joe Sovis contributed many of these rockin’ pics of the 2011 Iceman Cometh Challenge. After Wes finished 90th and Cody 94th in their first races with the Pros, TOLaw will end it’s season on a high note, racing with the likes of JHK, the super-classy Jeremiah Bishop and many, many others. Below is the photo gallery, which can also be accessed in the Photo Gallery tab above. Be sure to check out our Iceman Videos here and the Race Recap when you have finally caught your breath!
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.
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
Reports abound that Leopard-Trek is planning on merging with RadioShack as Trek tries to reduce its role in the professional peloton. Unable to support two professional teams, word on the pave is that the year-old Leopard-Trek squad will cut roughly 11 riders in order to join Team RadioShack, bringing with them Frank and Andy Schleck, Fabian Cancellara, Jakob Fuglsang and others to combine forces with the likes of Chris Horner, Janez Brajkovic and the rest of the Shack operation.
Now nearly a month removed from the glory of the Cherry-Roubaix, the slender and light road bikes have been rudely tossed aside in favor of the thicker-tired mountain bikes that will see profuse enjoyment this fall. As a part of the mid-season debut of Thompson O’Neil Law Cycling, the main targets of the 2011 season are now on the the front boiler, beginning with a cyclocross tune-up race September 11th.
TOLaw, perhaps the most well-known cycling team to debut last month in the middle of the season, has always used technology and research to improve its riders. The “Czech Tech” snippets on Twitter have received raving, almost creepily enthusiastic reviews and have given fans a chance to try out cutting edge technology on their own. (Sample: Need a singlespeed bike? Pick a gear and don’t shift. Voila.)
After a weekend of impressive bike riding and with an even larger event this Sunday at the Cherry-Roubaix, critics and fans alike have called for TOLaw Cycling to reveal their training program. While the bike riding information is open and available to anyone via Strava, the lifestyle, attitude, diet and outlook of the team has been jealously guarded by its members. Until now….
It’s official when it’s on the web in a .pdf format. The times, with splits, from the Big M XC race are available via the link below: