Friday, August 8, 2014

Seattle Bikes and Brews via JJ & EAT Magazine

Friendly faces down at R+E Cycles in Seattle

Jon Johnson, Stuckylife team rider, racer, and highly-educated, all-round good-guy put together this piece for Victoria's EAT Magazine. 

Monday, July 28, 2014

The Van Isle Badass 200

Kate leading Mical through the fog. - Eiry Bartlett's photo
 
A couple of our close friends took on a rugged two-day tour spearheaded by Eiry Bartlett this July. 

While sun, heat & blue skies have graced Vancouver Island for most of the summer, these intrepid ladies managed to land on a damp weekend for their 200km trip. 

As (non)participants in the online bike blogger world, we at Stuckylife HQ are psyched to see Eiry's excellent photos and reportage featured on Prolly Is Not Probably The Radavist.

Click through the page break to see some flicks, and find out how it all went down!

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Hrbr Sprntz FRDY JN 27



Oh hey guys. 

Come spin your legs this FRIDAY at 7pm. 


We are running another evening of head-to-head sprints, with an exciting winner takes all twist. 

Petty change, and bragging rights are on the line!





Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Bike Check - Steven's Look 585


Steven has assembled an epic shit mix of bike racing brilliance.

This Look 585 has been raced, ridden and thrashed for the past three seasons. 

Seeing use in local and regional road races, it's owner is a real character of Victoria's bike racing scene. Steven Grandy is a privateer Cat. 2 road racer, with support from Stuckylife and Broad Street Cycles. 

Day-to-day he works for Select Express as a bike courier, and currently holds all of the elevator KOMs in the downtown core. 

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Cyclopacking the Sooke Hills - p/b Brodie Bike's Meat Hornland


Our good friend and co-consiprator Matt "Meat" Hornland seems to have rattled some screws loose. 

Historically a fixie-kid turned roadie, Matt has backed off the mental bolts after a few seasons of high-level cyclocross racing and some time ripping hardtails on the north shore. This evolution in dirt has him gearing up for the Oregon Outback. 
3 days, 584km, self supported, and offroad. 

In an effort to fine-tune packing, gear and trail riding techniques, Meat, an employee for Brodie Bikes collaborated with Clay Webb, Stuckylifer and outdoor adventure extraordinaire. 

FUNeral Cycling - Kit Pre-Order


Our hill-bombing, whiskey-swilling, fenderless & fearless Vancouver road bike brethren are finally releasing their kit. 

All black, like the windows on an Escalade, or the inside of a nocturnal Norwegian church, this cycling kit is a perfect pairing for the iconoclast Stuckylife set.