It's always a pleasure and just fun to introduce another podcast. Stage 2 is under way with our newest supporter: Road Holland from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
When I received my long sleeve jersey it came wrapped in tissue paper packed nicely in plastic. Inside attached to the exquisite jersey is an equally elegant hang tag. It shows me that this company's attention is to details not only to their fine products, but right down to their presentation. Simple & beautifully designed, the hang tag is tastefully finished with a metal grommet.
Road Holland makes cycling clothes from high quality materials that everyone can appreciate. It's true I enjoy wearing it. And once I put it on, I find myself wearing it with jeans. It's well made, from merino wool/polyester and very comfortable. Guy has the short sleeve jersey and it looks equally nice. Thank you Road Holland and welcome aboard!
Guy and I compliment our new jerseys with Galstudio's new Paris-Roubaix & Orangeman cycling cap.
As long as we're on the 'road' may I say special thanks to Peninsula Cycles for helping to make my old Marinoni ... new. I thought I show everyone a quick look but importantly detailed professional images by my photographer friend, Hans will be posted very soon on my blog. I am still stunned by how well it looks!
I present a dvd, 'Yell for Cadel' about his 2008 Tour de France. Insightful & revealing behind the scenes look at how close Evans made it to winning that exciting Tour. At times, there's more action behind the scenes away from the race.
The classics are upon us and we celebrate with a Belgian Saison beer. It goes so well as we get into it with our thoughts and predictions for the upcoming: Milan San Remo, Tour of Flanders & Paris-Roubaix.
Sit back and enjoy this ride!
Images courtesy: Road Holland