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Oh France.



France: the country that invented the Michelin star system for exceptionally fine dining and home to exquisite cuisine. Julia Child honed her craft here and brought that back to American kitchens where […]

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Heck, Why Not?!



Perché no? just recently became ¿Por qué no? Actually, correct that, it became Per què no? Those translations, all of which read Why Not?, are Italian, next Spanish, and lastly the wild child […]

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Tips from Ted



I like to pretend I know a thing or two about this bike riding thing. I’m paid real dollars (well, Euros rather, but those are then converted to dollars) in exchange for […]

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I’m all over the place



Allow me to set the scene: I am riding parallel to a busy road, so I find myself on a bike path. Very few patrons in sight; in fact, I haven’t seen […]

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Fuel the Fire



Eat, ride, sleep, repeat. Or so they say. No one ever asks me how much I sleep. I do, however, receive a nearly equal smattering of questions regarding how much do I […]

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Done and Dusted



Quite literally. Be either really excited or completely confused, faithful readers, because this is one of those once annual iamtedking race reports. Easter Sunday 2012 marked my second Paris-Roubaix. The first time […]

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Ciao e benvenuti a Joao’s Fat Man Tours!



Joao is a friend and former teammate of mine on Bissell, then two years later alongside me at the Cervelo Test Team. I’ve been practicing my trans-Atlantic jet setting, so in the […]

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1 photo = 1,000 words, right? Ergo, this entry = 23,000 words



And on the 28th day of July of the 2011th year of our Lord, Ted King declared, “There shall be a blog entry.” And it was good. Ladies and gentlemen, allow myself […]

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