Longtime Hustler Chris V decided to make the route for last Sunday and in my opinion, he nailed it. Like it was your mom… The wind was absolutely horrible, yet helpful at times, and according to the weather channel, it got up to 70 m.p.h. but that didn’t stop us from hustlin. The route took us around the park and into North City and then all the way down St Charles Rock Rd into downtown. From there we killed it down Broadway to arsenal and took that all the way til it ended and then we crushed Manchester flats to Handlebar. See everybody Sunday night….
On Sunday night we did an old but super fun hustle. We head down to Broadway from Coffee Cartel and head South all the way to Jefferson Barracks Park, turn around and come back, hitting up Chouteau and all of its hills. Not a long hustle but that means you have to hit it a little harder to get all you can out of it. And that’s exactly what we did with lead pack averaging over 20 mph. KILLIN IT!!!! Wolfpack owns Broadway! Andrea came out for her second hustle and Owen came out to his first. Both of them kicked ass! I hope they come out again this week. See y’all Sunday
This was a ride I had never done before but I’m glad I did. Manchester is a fast fast fast road all the way out to the county with plenty of rolling hills. And if there is one thing Wolfpack STL loves, its LOTS-O-HILLS… It was a smaller Hustle with only 9 at the start but that didn’t stop us from killin it all the way out to the county and back.
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Y’all getting teams together for the #WOLFPACKCRIT?
Here we go again with the Instagram “virtual product toss™®©.”
This was pretty fun last time. You know the drill you pick up the SWAG at the June 23rd Criterium at City Hall!
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When you train for this, try training with a group or joining a group ride to get a feel for this.
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We will reward the best photos with swaggie. SWAGGIE!
We don’t care who you are we dont care what you are wearing (if anything) we just want to see you out there riding!
Best team names, furthest spots, best views, funniest names, biggest teams, lone wolves…. put together a group ride
and practice working together. Show us your drills your training all that good shit and we will pick out the best and
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about Hurrinhipsters…. ? Ok ok ok… we will leave it up to you to be creative… Hannelenanemalzz?
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We will throw out the Chrome bag next Friday…
Wolfpack Hustle St.Louis meets at the Coffee Cartel in Central west End every week- on Sunday at 8pm . We usually ride out close to 830. Rides range from city laps to the great beyond and back. We finish at The Handlebar in the Grove neighborhood. And we always bring that HuSTLe!
We go wayyyy out into the county most Hustles, but sometimes it’s rad to just tear ass around your own backyard. This whole city is our backyard. According to our Stravas, we ride this city more than most, so Wolfpack Hustle STL City Laps has become a furious tradition, lapping our whole city, twice. From the Arch to Skinker, and back again, Wolfpack Hustle STL is pushing mileage, and keeping those loners out there in check on the boards.
Longtime Hustler, and Dog Tag holder (1st Women’s Fixed, STL Wolfpack Hustle Marathon Crash Race, 2012), Wolfpack Tracy, received her spoke card before the Hustle. I haven’t seen many people in STL city streets, on a bike, more than Tracy. Congratulations Tray Tray.
What a bitchin’ ride. Bring your Hustle, STL.
Monday, October 1st. A very warm night was upon us, and it’s a rarity here in SF to not don a baselayer and warmers; cold weather is the norm for most evenings.
The view on top of Hawk Hill:
Midway on Top of the world descent:
WPH SF Class of 2012:
Blair Witch Hustle:
Battery Townsley new install:
This past week, October 8th, I chose not to bring my DSLR on the ride. No photos were taken, but here are the Strava stats: