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#6DaysofKanza: the RIDE (training to the layman)



Good morning on day 3 of the #6DaysofKanza — today’s entry: the RIDE.   I don’t train, per se. I gave up on that in about September of 2015 around the time […]

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#6DaysofKanza: clothes



Welcome to day two in the #6DaysOfKanza. What touches your skin for ten-plus hours is critically important. With temperatures threatening to be in the triple digits in Emporia, KS, staying cool is […]

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#6DaysofKanza



In just six days at the tender hour of 6am, I’ll line up in downtown Emporia, Kansas for Dirty Kanza. With 2,200 or so other hard charging crazies. Referred to as the […]

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Ted’s Talk with Joshua Berry



The name Josh Berry is one that I’ve heard for a while now, but it took until exactly one year ago to finally meet him. We met while I was passing UnTapped […]

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How to Prepare for Dirty Kanza



Leading camps, product testing, dabbling in fondos, fundos, and the rare fondu, my travel schedule is busier now than that of my previous career and at times can feel frenetic. Amid all […]

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Ted’s Talk with Jon Hornbeck



Good things come to those who wait and you’ve patiently waited for the newest edition of Ted’s Talk, this edition with former professional cyclist and now two-wheeled industry maven Jon Hornbeck. I […]

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The Original Dawn Patroller



Dawn Patrol is nothing new, but it cemented its place as “a thing” on the cover of a recent Bicycling Magazine. Absentmindedly, they didn’t feature the guest of my next Ted’s Talk […]

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Ted’s Talk with Tom



Traffic. Big town, small town, desolate end of the earth, especially as cyclists, we all deal with it in one way or another. Tom Vanderbilt and I have orbited similar spheres over […]

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