"Today was a new kind of terrible"Read More
So uh, it's been topping out around 70F these days in Atlanta, and it's really really dark at 7am now. This means that #fmrideATL is back at it for 2015.Read More
Have you ordered your Faster Mustache 2015 jersey yet?! Now is the time! We are keeping the order open for a couple more days, since pay-day is Friday. We haven't hit our minimums on certain items, but we are really close! Get your order in and help us out!
You don't have to be on the team to order or wear an FM kit. You just have to share our vision of a harmonious universe of bicycles, beer, and friends.
Why sit on my thumbs trying to keep them from freezing in Charlotte when I could be dodging pine trees and limestone clumps in Florida for the better part of a day with my buddy from Tennessee?
We are one weak away from FM:Wheels to Farm and we're so excited our hair is falling out! No, seriously! Just look at Nico and Christopher! Make sure you pre-register and we will see you soon in HOT*LANTA!!!! *warm temperatures not guaranteed
As for Tour de Charlotte: we're just over a month away and all of the pieces are falling into place. Maxxis is preparing a special shipment of fresh rubber prizes (and some of them are tires!). PBR is ramping up beer production at their Milwaukee facility in preparation for our after party. And the registration page is up! https://www.bikereg.com/TDCLT
So let's recap, in case anyone is confused. Faster Mustache is gearing up not one but two sick events for your urban trail-riding pleasure. First is in Atlanta, February 28th, for the FM:Wheels to Farm event. Second is in Charlotte, March 28th, for 3rd Annual Tour De Charlotte. 2 great cities, two unforgettable events.
Faster Mustache / Loose Nuts B-Team at the Cranksgiving Enduro and Super D in Greenville, SCRead More
Thanks to everyone who braved the conditions for the 2014 edition of The Backyard Experience. The weather was cold and rainy, the trails were twisty and technical, and the field was STACKED with some serious heat.
Results were based on accumulated time from 4 separate race stages. We awarded time bonuses for riders who rocked the jump-line during our halftime show, which clearly shuffled the deck. Mike King's huge boosts gave him the edge over Ben Renkema's otherwise flawless racing.
In the women's race, April Wells proved impossible to catch, holding back 2nd place Emily Watts on every stage to take the top spot on the podium.
Click the chart below to enlarge. And don't miss Nik Fedele's incredible photos from the event!
Man can not live on Pringles, pop and pizza for 100 miles, but he can certainly die a glorious death.
Once more into to belly of the hundred mile, lump backed beast and back out the other end.
Faster Mustache at the 2014 BC Bike RaceRead More
The first few days of the 19th annual running of the Tour de Burg... a race so tough people don't wanna even know about it.
The first three days of five that would kill an average man and the unfortunate horse he rode in on.
The Big Creek Time Trial Series is a blast, one each month for 3 months. June, July and August. IMBA membership is required and all the entry fee money ($25 for all three races) goes to the trails. The June edition happened yesterday on the 10th. You can roll up as many times to the starting gate from 6pm till 8pm and take your best shot at the course. The course is about 4 miles long and its got some relatively tame root and rock sections to navigate. Nothing gnarly, just a bit technical in spots.Read More