A Rousing Game of Musical-Vehicular Chairs, TdF edition

To those inquisitive folks reading along, scratching your head thinking, “Hey wait a tic… how does the Tour start in England and then migrate to continental Europe (i.e. France) without a rest […]

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Catching Up to Speed

You know what’s great about England? Here’s a quick list: One, they have proper big mugs of coffee. That makes me happy round about coffee o’clock. Two, British town names are hysterical; […]

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And ode to Joe

Moooooo, says the cow.   For a few moments of comic relief, I invite you to scope out the entertaining results when you Google the phrase “Maple Syrup in Spain”. Such gems […]

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Keeping Tabs

There you are cleaning your inbox and and you breathe a sigh of relief to see your total emails tick down towards zero. Delete, delete, delete. Super! Whereupon the next day while […]

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Up to My Eyes

Yes, my friends, up to my eyes! That’s how I categorize my arbitrarily busy’ness since, umm, since about early April. I love being busy so don’t get my wrong and think I’m […]

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Kids are PUMPED to start riding.

Kids Ride For Kids — Nat Fenollosa Memorial Ride

I zipped home to New England on May 3-5 for a memorial bicycle ride honoring my cousin Nat Fenollosa. Nat departed this world far too early after an admirable battle with Glioblastoma. […]

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Recovery Poutine

If you ever care to feel embarrassingly dependent on material goods, give this scenario a whirl: forget your telephone in the car which has just dropped you off at the airport and […]

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