Rides

McDooos



I have a new favorite coffee shop. It’s not so much the ambiance that I go for, nor the convenient location. It’s not the enormous lounge chair, nor the selection of thoughtless […]

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Rain Rain, Go Away



There have been few blog entries lately because I was on a week of not much riding. When you’re alone out on the roads for hours on end, your mind tends to […]

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Thanks Canada



FLIPPIN FREEZINGCanada has been churning out freezing cold weather into the entire northeastern USofA day after day for the past few weeks. Thanks a lot Canada. Looking at the weather map is […]

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Vveerrmmoonntt



Hiiya gang! Mayo and I paid a visit to Vermont this past weekend for homecoming weekend. That was fun and all, but here are two pictures unrelated to Middlebury. Here is one […]

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And the crowd goes nuts



http://spokepost.com/news/story/1581/?PHPSESSID=0222c2243e88e1dd258213f83ee2cdcb The article fails to mention, “King wowed everyone in attendance with his remarkable bike skills and 2nd place finish; not too bad for the first time he’s ever raced a cross […]

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New HampshaaaaaaAAA.



Can someone please tell me what all those Sunoco stickers are doing on the back of cars? I can’t go outside without seeing one-in-three cars tattooed with these gasoline ads. I don’t […]

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Portsmouth Pictures



Here are two cool pictures from the Portsmouth Criterium. I found them thanks to some excellent personal photography (thank you!). The top one has been titled, “One Bad Ass Leadout.” This is […]

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Sting would be another person who's a hero. The music that he's created over the years.. I don't really listen to it. But the fact that he's making it



Good day! Last week was the end of my season with the Portsmouth Criterium. Robbie and I had the hometown crowd going nuts for us, which was awesome. Therefore, not to disappoint, […]

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