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I announced yesterday that I will be retiring at the conclusion of the 2015 season. I thought it would spark a little conversation, but figured the bittersweet emotion wouldn’t start tugging at […]

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Ted King Announces 2015 Will Be His Last in Pro Peloton



Ted King has announced today that the current season will be his final as a professional cyclist.  The 32 year old started his European campaign in 2009 and is currently in his […]

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Power to the pedals!

Paris-Roubaix



If you’re like most cycling fans, you probably watched a bike race today. It probably took place in France and ran from roughly Paris to roughly Roubaix — although curiously, not exactly […]

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Not Just Another Sunday



My ten year college reunion takes place this June, which means two things: one, I’m pleased with my decision to take my degree and thus far turn it into a ten years […]

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Paris to Nice by Bicycle



It would be interesting if races actually went from their namesake point A to point B. At the end of eight days, we will finish in Nice, but I think it’s been […]

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Thursday February 19



Today is Thursday for another few minutes. It’s also the 52nd annual Trofeo Laigueglia. This is a 190km one day race in Northern Italy. Oddly enough, I thought I had raced this […]

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See you at the top, fellas.

From Early Morning til Late at Night



It’s wild to think just ten days ago I went from this… …to this… It is to be noted that we arrived to two days of frigid precipitation (also called snow) here […]

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Mallorca is beautiful.

Mid-Camp check-in



Tent, check. Sleeping bag, check. Canteen, check. First aid kit, check. Multi-tool with spoon, knife, bottle opener, tire gauge, massage stick, and toothpick, check. Mallorca team camp has kicked off with a […]

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