July 28, 2011
April 23, 2011
Dr. Chris Juliano was born and raised in Webster, NY. He is a graduate of Webster High School, class of 1989. He attended Alfred State College for a degree in business administration. Dr. Juliano continued his education at St. John Fisher College for a Bachelors degree in Biology. Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida was where he earned a degree in dental medicine. Nova Southeastern is one of the newest and most technologically advanced dental schools in the nation.
April 19, 2011
Check them out at www.porterfarms.org.Twin Line Velo, grateful for the support of Porter Farms, knows a healthy diet of fruits and vegetables will definitely contribute to a bountiful cycling season. And while we’ll proudly display the Porter Farms logo on our newly designed kits, we’ll also be sure to protect our melons in style.
April 14, 2011
Read what Jeff has to say:
I began racing in 2008 with All American Bicycle Club in the Washington D.C. area learning about roadie culture and loving the gutter with a great group of guys. In 2010, work moved me to the Rochester area where I was pleasantly surprised with the healthy racing scene in a somewhat smaller market. This year started out with me in a tough spot, my thinning AABC chamois beginning to show too much (a fashion faux pas, not to mention RUDE) and giving me saddle sores (partially a result of the imagined hours on the trainer through the tough Rochester winter) relief came in the form of an invite by the Twin Line Velo guys to ride with them. Since the TLV kit obviously has class and the thought of new bibs gave me goose bumps, I was immediately on board. I've missed working with a team using the tactical advantages a group of guys that know each other well bring to a race and sharing in the successes contributing to a result. I am excited to join the team and hope to contribute positively and with style (when is that clothing order going in?).
Jeff, an Engineer by day, Category 4 Cyclist adds short uphill sprints to TLV's repetoire.
Welcome aboard Jeff!!
April 11, 2011
Dick Ide Honda is a family owned and operated Honda dealership in Penfield, NY. The Ide family, cycling enthusiasts themselves, actively support the Rochester community and continue to do so with this new relationship with Twin Line Velo. We are grateful for their support and look forward to proudly displaying their name and logo as we train, race, and adorn the cycling podiums of Western New York and beyond.
Here's their story:
It all started in 1969, when Dick Ide opened his first dealership in Fairport, NY. In 1973 he added the Honda franchise. A few years later, in 1977, he moved both dealerships to Panorama Trail. In 1984, Dick's oldest son, Mitch Ide, opened Mitch Ide's Ideal Chevy-Olds-Geo in Geneseo, NY. Along with his wife Anne, they ran the dealership until selling it in 2000. In 2007, Mitch took on responsibility for the Honda dealership from his father and has been involved in daily operations. When we say family owned and operated, we mean it. Mitch is the owner, Anne is the CFO, their son, Rich, is the marketing director, and Rich's wife, Stephanie, is in charge of Customer Relations.Check them out at http://www.dickide.com/, on , or simply stop by 875 Panorama Trail.
February 6, 2011
Cahill reports: “6 hours, 3 people, 40.5 total miles, 3 sets of snowshoes and the WIN! Previous experience running in snowshoes...none."
Check out the photos below to get a feel for the day!