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
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!
TOLaw’s Cody and Wes Sovis raced with the fast boys this afternoon, joining the likes of Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski, Jeremiah Bishop, World Champion Catherine Pendrel and many, many others.
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 met up for the Peak2Peak Mountain Bike Classic and heads were, by all accounts, turned.
Top man Dan O’Neil was furious after various media outlets made claims that TOLaw was using systematic ‘mechanical doping’ for its riders. “That is a blatant and outrageous lie,” Dan said to cameras early this afternoon after eating a grilled cheese sandwich. “There is no evidence of any wrongdoing by our team. Besides, we can’t even change a flat tire, let alone install an electric engine.”
In the cold, frigid air that stands before the sun rises, TOLaw’s Cody Sovis, Wes Sovis and Joe Sovis strode forth to pick-up their packets. It was time to test their mettle against one of the toughest courses in Michigan, a 9.5 mile loop with almost 1,100 feet of climbing per lap. The Gents, dressed in black and bundled against the early October chill, went out to test their competitors and themselves.
As the cycling community turns its attention to Spain and the Vuelta A Espana, TOLaw Cycling is gearing up for the Fall Classics and cyclocross season. After Team RadioShack was snubbed by race organizers last year, TOLaw’s own disappointment at a lack of an invitation in 2011 was no surprise. “If they can leave out a team like RadioShack last year, we can’t be overly startled to be left out. It’s a big blow, but we’ll rebound,” said TOLaw Team Director and strongman Dan O’Neil.