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Steve Tilford is a legend in the world of cycling, being a two-time Master World Mountain Bike Champion, a member of the US National Team from 1980 to 1986, a 1983 National Off-Road Biking Association title holder, a six-time National Cyclocross Champion, and a member of the Mountain Biking Hall of Fame.

Steve Tilford resides in Topeka, Kansas. This is his personal blog.

Web Site: stevetilford.com
Location: Topeka, KS


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Roofing on my Mind 09-30-2016
I went over to the Walberg’s and did some measuring of a porch roof that needs to be redone. It is a super cool porch, with a tongue and groove ceiling and skylights, but has an ancient tar and gravel roof that leaks.   And I happen to know how to adhere rubber roofing, […]
Gun Pulled on George Hincapie and his Son 09-29-2016
Okay, I’m out riding and saw the comments on my phone and have to believe that some of you guys researched this enough to confirm it isn’t George that posted this, so this post is complete bullshit. *Okay, another update now.  I guess it is true.  So weird. […]
Switching Between Bikes 09-28-2016
I’ve been switching between a bunch of bikes recently and they all feel sort of foreign.  I don’t think that is a good sign. I’ve been riding two different MTB bikes, a rigid Eriksen and then a dual suspension.  They both feel like alright,  a little […]
Hey USAC – This is Problem 09-27-2016
The cross season has just started and this stupidness is already happening.  By this stupidness, I mean the scoring of the races.  I was going to try again, to go through the proper channels, ie, contact the USAC, to try to understand why they continually don’t know […]
Cyclocross is Hard 09-26-2016
I’ll write a longer post on Jingle Cross when I have a little more time.  I usually just get moving after races.  I usually don’t sleep much after hard efforts, so sort of wished we would have driven the 6 hours home after the race last night.  I was up until […]
Stephen Hyde 09-25-2016
LIttle backed up today.  Yesterday was pretty great at the World Cup in Iowa City.  The ride of the day , in my opinion, was by Stephen Hyde.  That guy can ride a cross bike in tough conditions.  I was on the off-camber downhill the first lap and he crashed and lost […]
Friday Night UCI Race Jingle Cross 09-24-2016
Okay, pictures probably sum up my race better than too many words.  I had low expectations, that I was exceeding, but the bike gods weren’t happy with me for some reason. I picked a lousy start number and only a few guys had worse.  But, no one was really that excited […]
US Cyclocross – A Weather Magnet 09-23-2016
I’m not sure what many or most of the big cross races in the US tend to have terrible weather when they occur.  The two times they held Nationals in Kansas City, it was bad.  The Worlds in Louisville had to be moved up a day because the course was going to be flooded […]
Procrastination 09-22-2016
Procrastination is normally not a great trait.  It usually ends up a little less good than addressing the issue in a timely manner.  I tend to procrastinate.  Not always, but most of the time.  I tend to procrastinate to leave options open.  When you make a set decision, […]
You Don’t See One of These That Often 09-21-2016

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