If there's one thing that I enjoy, it's content that creates itself. And since we're in a week of slothful laziness, let's roll with that notion and just put up a list, which is the laziest of all forms of journalism. Our list is the ranking of the top five pages from the past year, and how you may ask, did we get this ? I went to our primitive page counter and saw which ones were the most popular. It's that easy!
In fifth place, we have "Garmin Mounts: Barfly vs Quarq", it's not exactly Ali vs Frazier, but this page proves that eventually all gear reviews get googled and put into forums somewhere.
In fourth place is "Behind the Scenes of the Contador CAS hearing with Michael Ashenden", another informative and interesting conversation with Michael Ashenden. One really has to wonder how it got onto our site.
In third place is "A Filthy Business Indeed", where guest letter writer Michael Ashenden takes a shark-sized bite out of sock puppet Phil Liggett. It may be time for Phil to consider not talking any more.
In second place is "David Anthony Tests Positive", and again, I reiterate that DA can intercourse himself.
And our top hit getter for 2012 is "Paul Kimmage Defense Fund", who knew that a page with a Chipin widget could be so popular? Special thanks go to Cyclimas.com and the Twitter-er @Digger_forum for making this page possible.
You may also have noticed that all of these pages were posted by Andy Shen, so by default we have to give the NYVC employee of the year award to him, and he will be receiving a portion of the proceeds from the hit count of those pages (don't tell him it's nothing, we'll make that a surprise). Thank you Andy, well done!
You know that old box of bike parts you've put in your closet?
Recorded inside the press room at Grenoble Velodrome, we bring you Episode #8 of the Insider from the 2011 Tour de France, our final podcast.
Recorded 1,850 metres above sea level atop the famed Alpe d'Huez, we bring you Episode #7 of the Insider podcast from the 2011 Tour de France.