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Here’s a thoughtful, challenging article abou…oh look—some smoking hot chick humping a Swiss Ball must be important information and hey I also have back pain…
This is the type of toxic eggbot misogyny that takes over a woman’s mentions column when she writes a thoughtful response to a man’s unthoughtful comment that “women’s sports is not worth watching.”
Buuuuuuuuut guys there isn’t anything anyone in cycling can do about this. It’s not our fault it’s only an internet troll can’t you just not be on the internet?
I mean this is just the demographic it’s very male. Really it’s women’s fault for not being more into cycling.
etc blah blah etc running a business here which reminds me line up some booth babes for Interbike.
This would be my approach, if I were in a position to hire people. That said, it seems the people who do the things I also do don’t agree.
Ten timeless principles of creative management from original Mad Man David Ogilvy (b. June 23, 1911)
“We really want to have an open system where it is possible to enter the WorldTour and to leave the WorldTour…A closed system is not my philosophy and I don’t think it’s our (the UCI’s) philosophy for sport. Maybe it’s more of a North American philosophy, like in the NBA or baseball, but it’s not our philosophy of sport in Europe.”
“The teams’ argument, which has been reported several times in the past, is that they don’t wish to touch ASO’s existing rights but that they simply want to the opportunity to collaborate with other organisers and to set up their own revenue streams.”
Sounds familiar, no?
“Bikes were so expensive that only the rich rode—a virtue in the eyes of many, because it allowed showing off and kept out the riff raff”
Helloooo. Hi. YES. You can read a great interview with Kevin Reza over at Chalet Magazine.
When the user test session starts and we pull the site down for maintenance. (HT Alex)
Cycling is so much more effective for memes than golf.
A few days ago, I referenced the technical obliviousness of cycling’s major organizing bodies. I’d consider the above screenshot from the official Tour de France website to be Exhibit B. Granted (as we all saw last year) OpenSSL isn’t exactly cutting-edge but still—if that were my website, I’d be upset about it.