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ONE DAY IN APRIL


This documentary-in-the-making about Indiana University’s Little 500 bicycle race looks like it could be incredible. Since last winter, the filmmakers have been following four IU cycling teams as they train and prepare for a shot at glory in one of the greatest and most legendary bike races in America. Now — as the big race day approaches — they need your help to finish the film. If you want to see this teaser trailer become a full movie, donate now at INDIE GO GO!

Thanks to Kyle for the tip.
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LITTLE 500: RIDE THE BLUE LINE


Save the coaster brake! Lots of photos from this year’s Little Five in Bloomington, Indiana are up at Blue Line Hub plus a great race recap over at VeloNews.

Thanks to Trackosaurus Rex for coming up on these.

READY THE TRACK


A look at America’s largest and longest-running collegiate bike race.
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23-POUND 46x18 COASTER BRAKE RACE BIKES 

Cutters won the Little 500 for the 5th year in a row!

Check the full report at VeloNews.
23-POUND 46x18 COASTER BRAKE RACE BIKES 

Cutters won the Little 500 for the 5th year in a row!

Check the full report at VeloNews.

23-POUND 46x18 COASTER BRAKE RACE BIKES


Cutters won the Little 500 for the 5th year in a row!

Check the full report at VeloNews.

THE ROAD TO LITTLE 500 


"I’ve attended Super Bowls, World Series and the Monaco Grand Prix, but the coolest event I ever attended was the Little 500." - Lance Armstrong.
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CUTTERS

For the fourth year in a row, Bloomington’s locals have won the Little Five.

More pics here.

See full results on VeloNews.
CUTTERS

For the fourth year in a row, Bloomington’s locals have won the Little Five.

More pics here.

See full results on VeloNews.

CUTTERS

For the fourth year in a row, Bloomington’s locals have won the Little Five.

More pics here.

See full results on VeloNews.

Tags: little 500, races,
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