If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! It’s MS150 registration time! Whether you’re a returning rider or a new rider, the process of registering for 2010 is a little different this year. Since last year’s registration filled up within hours, the MS Society has changed the […]
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I used to think bike shorts just made you look cool, and weren’t necessary for anything other than enhancing the aerodynamic-ness in competitive cycling. That is completely wrong! Bike shorts are mandatory if you are going to be riding a bicycle for any length of time longer about 5 minutes a day. Why, you might […]
Yesterday evening, Anna and I rode at Memorial Park for about an hour, testing out our new bikes. I’ll post the video later today or tomorrow so y’all can see our initial nervousness about getting out of our confort zone to ride the new MS 150 bicycles. This is a first of a series of blogs entitled […]
I graduated from Cypress Creek High School in 1996 with the explicit intention to wear a suit and tie every day of my life and make millions of dollars (like my idol at the time, Bill Gates) complete with a Hiram of Playboy Bunnies, by the time I was 30. I set off to earn […]
I’m a native Houstonian and I attended Milby High School. I was a high school cheerleader but since then I have fallen out of an active life style. I consider myself a couch potato with a liking for the outdoors. (Usually watching it on TV) I’ve tried a variety of different activities from biking, hiking, […]
The registration for the MS 150 closed in record time this year by registering the 13,000 riders within a few hours of opening. I’m sure there are a lot of disappointed potential riders that didn’t get to their computers fast enough to register for the largest bike ride in the United States. If you are […]
It’s that time of year again…The BP MS 150 is set for April 18-19, 2009. MS 150 Registration will open on October 15, at 10:15 am. Last year’s registration closed after 11 days, so register as soon as possible.