The Story of Why: A Biking Journey

While the draw to cycling varies for every individual, there is no denying that bikes are a connective force to millions of people with one shared passion. In the United States alone, nearly 50 million people ride bikes recreationally From content commuters to dedicated racers, there is something special that allures people to the sport.Continue reading “The Story of Why: A Biking Journey”

Same Team, New Outlook

With a fresh new group of officers and guidance from previous core members, the Cal Poly Cycling Team is retiring some if its’ old ways and striving to create an environment rich with inclusivity and support. On Wednesday, April 20th, the team voted on a new officer core. For three weeks following the election, theContinue reading “Same Team, New Outlook”

Pain, Suffering, Bikes, and Beer

After five flats, five crashes, and five mechanical issues, nine Cal Poly Cycling athletes completed the 2022 San Diego Belgian Waffle Ride— one of the most competitive, challenging, and well known gravel races in the nation (where each finisher ~over the age of 21~ is rewarded a bottle of beer). The course was a totalContinue reading “Pain, Suffering, Bikes, and Beer”

Triathlon House Break-in

Theft has reached new levels at California Polytechnic University.  On the night of March 30th, the Cal Poly Triathlon Team House was broken into and roughly $20,000 worth of bikes and household items were stolen. All of the bikes were recovered from Cuesta River and homeless encampments, yet many of the other items were brokenContinue reading “Triathlon House Break-in”