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Kanza Question(s)



I lobbed out a great deal of thanks in my previous post that additionally lauds my mechanical prowess in the tube changing department. Extrapolating my last Saturday a bit further, here‘s a […]

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“…turns out I’m a bit of a mechanic!”



I’m not just a muddy face and winning bike races in retirement, folks. Turns out I can change a flat tire too! I’m absolutely floored with the reception I’ve received for taking […]

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Toto, We’re in Kansas Again



I grew up playing a lot of hockey. From the time I could stand my parents had me on skates. I played through high school and still secretly wish I was a […]

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Playing Ketchup



Yesterday was Memorial Day, which is a day to remember those in the armed forces who died in service to our fantastic country, the USofA. Most people it seems call it The […]

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The inGamba Family



Please allow myself to quote… myself. Joao Correia is nothing if not sincere. Sure sure, he has a lot of other (fantastic) traits too, but you’ll just have to meet him to […]

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May the 4th Be With You



I’m a firm believer in the simple avocado. Specifically, I’m a firm believer in guacamole, of which the avocado plays a central role, but both are delicious. The sun is currently shining […]

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Applying the Stoke to Cycling Since 2006



In the strange stratosphere in which cyclists dwell, it’s critical to focus on the macro. The 30,000 foot life view leaves one paying strict attention to how he or she is eating, […]

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PFB



People For Bikes, yo. We wrapped up an incredible Ride On Atlanta with a sinuous pedal into downtown Atlanta. How eponymous. Covering 450 miles over four days, this ride is all that […]

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