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Days Like These | Video from Col d'Izoard

It’s for days like these that we ride through the rain; the snow; the potholes; the punctures. Its days like these that are your reward. Target a ride, event or Col - sign up, train for it and do it. Location | Col d'Izoard, French AlpesMusic | The Lea ShoresDirected & Edited | Jason FarrowDirector of Photography | Tim Green Days like these - Col d'IZOARD - DannyShane from DannyShane on Vimeo.    

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Service first...Sell Second

"Service first…Sell Second Todd Beauford Dim lighting, creaky old wooden floors, the smell of saw dust and a certain grit in the air. When you walk in, you might want to take a ‘tall’ step if you don’t want to trip on the old dog lying in front of the door. No, he won’t move for you, this is his store. I think about all those stories my grandpa used to tell me about Ol’ man Thompson’s store and how if I ever needed something, all I’d have to do is swing by and he’d get me “all fixed up.”   For the rest of the article, visit our blog site at: http://dannyshanecyclo.tumblr.com/  

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Kind Words for the DS Faithful

... The jersey fits great. After hearing from you that the sizing when up a little, I admit I was worried a little. One gripe I have with jerseys that are not very tight is that the pockets, once loaded with the essentials, tend to sag and pull the jersey over the back panel of the shorts. This has been my experience with Pearl Izumi, Sugoi, and L.G. The only company I ran into that didn't have this issue was Sfatto. Unfortunately, with Sfatto, the pockets were so high on the back of the jersey that they were difficult to get into if you were fatigued. Dannyshane has split the difference perfectly. While I personally tend to gravitate towards the...

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DS Advocate Shares His Thoughts on the DS Shelby S2 Bib Short

So far this year I have ridden 1,900 miles. I have used my team bib shorts for almost all of those miles. Upon deciding that my team bibs weren't cutting it, I started to wonder what other companies had to offer. After a few phone calls, a little bit of shopping around, a and a few purchases of 'economy bib shorts' I decided to try out the DannyShane bib shorts. At $195.00 they're a bit more than some of the other options but hell, if I'm going to conquer the Dirty Kanza 200 The Premier Endurance Gravel Road Race, I want to be as comfortable as possible. I'll be damed if I have EVER had a more comfortable pair of...

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