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Records fall at Texas Time Trials
Submitted by Jim Parker on Sun, 25/09/2011 - 17:25
If you've followed any of the debate about Cruzbike and how well our bikes climb, then you'll want to take note of the results of the 2011 Texas Time Trials, one of the biggest ultracycling events in the country.  Even though Maria and I live and train in the flatlands of eastern NC, we
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Going to the Texas Tejas Time Trials
Submitted by Jim Parker on Wed, 07/09/2011 - 13:38
I've got a partner covering for me at the hospital and we have a sitter for the house and dogs. So now all we've got to do is pack up and make the 1200 mile journey to Glen Rose, TX for the 2011 TTTT. We've been looking for a good venue to demonstrate that the Cruzbike Vendetta just
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Will Parker to set WRRA Junior 100 mile World Record
Submitted by Jim Parker on Tue, 07/06/2011 - 21:03
My sixteen year-old son,  Will Parker, plans to ride the new Cruzbike Vendetta 100 miles on Saturday, June 11th on the certified course in White Oak, NC. The WRRA World record for adult women was set by his mother, Maria Parker in 2010, riding a prototype of the Vendetta. The Junior record h
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Report from Bike Sebring 2011
Submitted by Jim Parker on Mon, 21/02/2011 - 8:00
Maria and I just returned from Sebring, Florida after competing in the 12 hour race that began at 6:30 AM on Saturday.  This was our second 12-hour race, the first being the 2009 12-hour non-drafting race in Saratoga, NY.  We carried the Vendetta and two Silvios (one as a back-up) to Flori
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Healthy sperm... reason #24 to get a Cruzbike
Submitted by Jim Parker on Fri, 10/12/2010 - 8:00
A new study[1] published in the journal “Fertility and Steriltiy” examined  sperm count and sperm health (based on the motility of the sperm) of over 2,200 men who gave a sample of sperm to a Boston fertility clinic. Men who reported bicycling more than 5 hours per week were twice a
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