Archive for February, 2011

Maybe time for Killer Miller to start looking over his shoulder….
Miller Killer spotted in Lafayette, LA!!!

In the words of Terri Hill:

“I am a native of the Bay Area of Northern California, and have been producing colorful works for the last 33 years with my background in Graphic Design. I began painting in 2003, and have never looked back. I became a full-time painter on New Years Day, 2009

My paintings are known for their rich, saturated color and unusual vantage point. Being a “healthy lifestyle enthusiast,” I paint what I love. You can see the influence of living in wonderful Northern California…it’s pretty obvious that I run, bike, and swim as well as enjoy the wonderful local fruits and vegetables and wines of the area. This area is such a perfect place to be as a painter…the good life is wonderful for creating great art!

I show work at galleries, art and wine events, Open Studios, restaurants, and corporate settings. I give demos and teach workshops on both technique and painting design and am available to jury shows.
You can find my paintings at Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos (,
and at

Pictured here Precision Bikes’ Mark Miller with Cervelo owner Phil White at BrainBike.

2011 Scott Plasma 20
This is a full carbon large frame build up with full Shimano Ultegra.
It comes with Profile OZERO/ T2 Corbra handlebar combo and a Fizik Arione TRI 2 saddle.
The Scott Plasma 20 retails for $3,300

Precision Bikes’ Mark Miller will be attending a Cervelo Dealer meeting in California.
During the meeting two rides are scheduled with the Garmin/Cervelo riders.
Mark will tour the factory where the R5 CA is built in California,
as well go through classes with the designers of and owners of Cervelo.

For more on BrainBike please click here

It is a full carbon medium frame with a full Dura-Ace build.
This bike comes with Profiel OZERO,T2 cobra handlebar combo and Fizik Arione TRI 2 saddle.
The Scott Plama 10 retails for $4,500

Fran, have a great day you know we love you. Fran seen here with her chauffeur Jimmy B. while out on the lake.

“Dave Wages builds a frame from Reynolds 953, True Temper S3 and Dedacciai tubing to be displayed unpainted at the 2011 North American Hand Made Bicycle Show in Austin, Texas, February 25-27.”

It seems like every other day some cool, artistically done frame building video comes out.
This detail-oriented piece has it all: fire, files, and, uh…felines.

”I can haz lugz.”

The Twin City Cyclists and Vantage Multi-Sport Groups hosted the annual Criterium and Time Trial in Monroe, Louisiana this past weekend. Only 2 representatives of PBR made the long journey; Glenn (>>RR>>) Richard and new team member from New Iberia, LA – Chase Romero. It was a beautiful weekend with temperatures in the mid 70’s – perfect racing weather. The criterium course was a flat and smooth 1 mile long oval loop though a city park with plenty of shade for spectators. First up for Precision was Chase Romero in the Cat 5 division. There were about 20 people in the field – rather small – but a good race nonetheless. Chase did his best to keep his nose out of the wind and stayed with every acceleration until it was down to just him and another Canes rider for the sprint finish in which he sealed a solid 2nd place spot. Not bad for climbing aboard a road bike just last year! Next up was Glenn in the 1-2-3 field with about another 20 riders. Only one big name to make mention of was Ben Gabardi, a current member of the Garmin-Slipstream development squad. The first 2 laps were brutal – hitting in excess of 32mph on the back sides. I (glenn) began to question my conditioning at that point – but kept on pushing and jumping on every acceleration. Ben laid down 2 monster attacks that really hurt me to stay on his wheel and I knew at that point he was on his game. On the bell lap, everyone was jockeying for position before the final turn – so I had to eat some wind to keep a decent position for the sprint. I wanted Ben’s wheel but there were others with the same idea. I was 2 bikes behind him and he got a really good jump coming out of the final turn and I knew I had some catch up to do – but could not catch him and missed him by a wheel for 2nd place. I think I died right after that. The time trial was a 12 mile out and back. Chase was the first one off and he knocked out a 31:36 for a solid 3rd place position. Glenn made a rookie mistake and missed his start time by a minute fifteen. I didn’t feel too motivated after that but put in a decent effort anyway. Oh well – not a bad start for Precision Bikes Racing for 2011. Myself and the sponsors hope to see more of you for the Rouge Roubaix in 2 weeks!


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