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I’m back baby



Distance makes the heart grow fonder. So I’m told, anywho. By that logic, one would assume that a greater distance makes for greater fondness. Conveniently Dirty Kanza is billed as 200 miles, but […]

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Gravel is Dead. Long Live Gravel!



The lyrical genius that was Yogi Berra connected words together like the crisp connection of a wooden bat to a leather baseball. No one comes here anymore, it’s too crowded. That’s a […]

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Tours of California



While the Amgen Tour of California was spinning its way the length of the Golden State last week, the Ted King Tour of California was equally riveting, albeit with ever so slightly less […]

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Something More Than Apples and Cornflakes



Who remembers the 2011 Tour of California? If you’re drawing a blank, this might serve as a reminder. The opening stage was cancelled due to snow so rather than basking in the […]

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The Professional Touch



2009 was my first year racing in the big leagues. That’s back in the days of Tour of California taking place in February, and I believe it was stage four where I followed the […]

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inGamba Reaches Portugal, Donkey Week



I could tell you that Lisbon is the sister city to San Francisco, but it would appear that I just did. Lisbon has a bridge that looks remarkably like the Golden Gate Bridge. It’s […]

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Overhead Group Selfies with Corresponding Hand Gestures



Trip upon trip upon trip. That’s pretty much the name of the game these days. Last week’s trip to southern California entirely hinged on the Velocio popup shop taking place at Pedaler’s Fork […]

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Hanging out in front of Murals



SXSW took a page out of Paris-Nice’s playbook; it started cold, wet, and sloppy and ended with sunshine and happiness. It’s not just every day that you see an enormous wave towering […]

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