Archive for July, 2014


We’ll be riding tomorrow,

Roll out from Red’s at

>>>>>>>6:00 AM<<<<<<<

Winds: 3 mph NW

Temperatures: Mid 70′s
Chances of precipitation: 10%


PB10Please come by the shop on Saturday July 19- 2014

between 1:00PM and 3:00Pm,

in order to celebrate Precision Bikes’ 10th Anniversary.

More details to follow…



The bicycling community is holding a memorial bike ride for Lon Lomas, the man killed in a hit and run while he was riding his bike.

The ride will start from Corner Bar in Youngsville Sunday, July 13 at 5:00 p.m., and will be less than 10 miles total at 10mph, with a pause for a moment of silence at the site of the accident.

This is a free ride open to the public, though donations will be accepted. Helmets are recommended.

For further information contact:

Monique Koll or

Scott Coco at 337-288-7165.

Precision Bikes is now a proud dealer of K2 Coolers! Now on the floor Summit 20 and Summit 30.
For more information click here

Ironman Austria: Linsey Corbin Race Video 2014

by Linsey Corbin

A timelapse view of professional triathlete Linsey Corbin setting a new course record and American record at Ironman Austria.

Music: Tom Ingleby
Camera: Go Pro Hero 3 Black
Video: CorbinBrands



Shop will be closed tomorrow, Friday July 4th,

in observation of Independence Day! We will re-open on Saturday.

Wishing everybody a Happy 4th!!!

“Tomorrow we’ll ride…”

Saturday 7-5-2014

Roll out from Red’s at 6:00AM


Saturday July 5 & Sunday July 6
T.R.A.I.L. presents the seventh Annual La Vuelta d’ Acadiana
Monday morning Time trial, Saturday afternoon Criterium, and Sunday Morning Road Race
Abbeville (TT), Lafayette (crit), Arnaudville (RR)
Official Race Link
Registration Link
Race Flyer
Race Bible



Tim Krabbé – Riding

Tim Krabbé – Riding (2014) is an intimate portrait about Dutch writer and cyclist Tim Krabbé (Amsterdam, 1943).

Riding was inspired by Tim’s participation in the Tour of Flanders 2014 cyclo-tourist ride of 245 km. At the age of 71, Tim is still an active cyclist. His novel The Rider, first published in 1978 and translated into English in 2002, is considered to be “the best writing on the subjective experience of cycle-racing”.

In this short documentary we interweave Tim’s moving story with historical photos from his ‘first racing life’ and his participation in the Tour of Flanders, which symbolizes his ‘second racing life’.

Soigneur developed this documentary in collaboration with Faithful to the Subject, HelloHero and Etxeondo. The film is directed by Faithful to the Subject and joined by cameraman Nanko Goeting and editor Tim Roza. Kees Riphagen was responsible for the grading and Bart Kalkman for the sound-design.