Tag Archives: Every day is an Adventure

Always look up (Stratham, NH)

4:30pm Dinners are My New Jam

I’m often asked how it feels to be retired. For full disclosure, cycling contracts run the calendar year, January 1 — December 31, so I’m technically still employed as a professional cyclist […]

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Tour of Alberta

Stage 3: A win. Best Canadian rider. Points jersey. Most Aggressive rider. Good stuff boys, good stuff.   It did take a bit of mental fortitude to make it the 183km from […]

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The Kids Will Be Alright

I’m here at my fifth and final USA Pro Challenge. (Whoa.) I’m honored to be one of only two people — my buddy Chris Jones the other — to have competed in […]

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Former teammate Guillaume Boivin swooped down from Canada and joined us the whole way.

A Brief History of Everything (that’s at least mildly important)

239 years ago yesterday was the Fourth of July, the birthday of our fair nation in the year 1776. From that original 4th of July in 1776, 238 years and 363 days […]

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Getting all Frenched in Cannes

After three days in Cannes I’m en route to Austria. For those not following my life meticulously, that means since departing the States two short weeks ago, I went from Spain to […]

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“Ice Cold!”

And now, a quiz. Question 1: What’s cooler than being cool? Answer: Ice Cold. Question 2: What’s cooler than riding bikes in Vermont in June? Answer: Absolutely nothing. In an action packed […]

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Tabula Rasa

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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