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Prologue & Stage 1 – USAProC’C’ Highlights



I reckon that it’ll be fun if I recap each stage as best I can with some very brief highlights that I witness firsthand. You’re probably up to speed to know that […]

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To bring you up to speed



The Tour of Utah ended and that can mean just one thing. Bar-Bee-Queeeee. Actually, no, that’s a lie. The BBQ is merely a fringe benefit of finishing a stage race, doing two […]

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Dear old Dad.

Dad



In a few day’s time, I will go race my bike at the biggest stage race in America, the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Over the course of my six-year professional career I’ve […]

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Done and Dusted



…and really flippin’ hot. Yup, that’s Utah in a nutshell. My first race back after breaking my poor left clavicle on June the 5th is now in the books with the 2011 […]

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And now, an update



I’ll start by asking if you’ve seen this little gem? Ryan Kelly’s incredibly fall from… sanity. The prologue came and went at today’s Tour of Utah. After three amazing weeks at altitude […]

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1 photo = 1,000 words, right? Ergo, this entry = 23,000 words



And on the 28th day of July of the 2011th year of our Lord, Ted King declared, “There shall be a blog entry.” And it was good. Ladies and gentlemen, allow myself […]

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Two Hundred On One Hundred, a photo essay



I think it’s time for a timely update. Went to the doctor two days ago down in Boston for a follow-up appointment. This came 5 weeks and 4 days after the initial […]

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From Dinosaurs last week to Beaaars!



TCN. That’s what I’ve taken to calling it. Training Camp North is the official name, though, which is aptly titled since I’m calling this week the Eponymous TK Self-Directed, Early July Training […]

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