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New Hampster



Potholes? Frost heaves? Naw, New Hampshire doesn’t have potholes… …instead we have man eating craters that rival the Grand Canyon that span the middle of the everyday thoroughfares. My post-Paris-Roubaix/pre-Tour of California […]

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Open your mind – Ride dirt!



It was a year ago last week that I returned home from a European spring racing campaign for a little American decompressing RnR before Tour of California and the second half of […]

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Done and Dusted



Quite literally. Be either really excited or completely confused, faithful readers, because this is one of those once annual iamtedking race reports. Easter Sunday 2012 marked my second Paris-Roubaix. The first time […]

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Ronde



256km tomorrow on the Ronde. Actually 256.9km plus probably a few kilometers neutral, so let’s call it a cool 260. Not wanting to overdo it, we went for a very chill ride […]

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KKotRC VIP Timmy Duggan, yours truly, and Dad talk about how awesome the Krempels King of the Road Challenge just was

3,287 days. But who’s counting.



Yesterday, 3/23/2012 was E3-Harelbeke, a WorldTour pro ass bike race (to use NYVelocity vernacular). This rapidly raced bicycle lap around Belgium kicks off the biggest of the northern Belgian Classics thereby planting […]

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Just another day in the life



Italian living isn’t all about truffle infused risotto and cappuccinos. It’s not always rolling Tuscan hills taken straight from a postcard, adorable little Fiat Cinquecentos, and bottomless grappa. Everyone once in a […]

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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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