Food

Squeezing Lemonade at 2,100 Meters



From where I type this, I’m surrounded by craggy, knife-edged cliffs and simply gigantic grassy hills some 2,100 meters above sea level. I can’t help but think that this does not look […]

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Chapter four, living the dream



Let’s assess. I finished up a beautiful Tour de Suisse about four days ago. On the final day, one particular Russian on Katusha, who lacks an “e” in the name typically spelled […]

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A Red, White, and Blue Breakfast



Ask any American cyclist what they miss most about living in Europe and you’ll hear the echoing repitition. Nearly always jumping around the subject of food, without fail the list will include […]

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Argentina: the saga continues



It was merely a matter of time before the ferocious Argentine temperatures got the better of my overall well-being and something had to be done. That is to say, despite being on […]

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The 365 Days of 2011



As a Socrates once said, a picture is worth a thousand words. By that logic, what follows here is quite the verbose essay because it would therefore be nearly a hundred thousand […]

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My new favorite commercial



Well worth suffering through the grainy poor image quality to see this piece of rich cycling history. Makes me want to snap into a Crunch Wrap Supreme to celebrate.

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Jaw Dropping Efficiency



Hark… Snow! I mentioned yesterday that it snowed here in Sardinia on our fourth to final training ride. I did not put enough emphasis into the fact that the snow was preceded […]

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Sono Arrivato



If you made it all the way to the end of the last post, you would of course realize that I have arrived (or sono arrivato for those of you practicing your […]

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