Tag Archives: Every day is an Adventure

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What’s in a Name? …the #300NotOn100 Photo Essay

The “300 Not On 100” is an evolution. Tim Johnson and I are good friends. We both hail from New England and we both race bikes. With a sense of adventure, the […]

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When it’s Good, it’s GREAT

I find myself filling out forms in regards to taxes, insurance, credit card, or anything medical and know that when I list Professional Cyclist in the box seeking my job title, it […]

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Every Day is an Adventure

Stage 2 of the Tour of Suisse is in the books. The race itself and each individual part was nothing exceedingly fascinating. But the entire day, especially when registered collectively and seen […]

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I’m in the midst of one of the most relaxingly days in recent memory. I have the day entirely free from the bike so more than anything I’m trying to meld into […]

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¡Bienvenido y hola from Argentina!

We have one final stage today remaining here in San Luis – a circuit race up and down the main drag out to the lake. No stranger to this stretch of road, […]

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And then there was one

One, that is, referring to the number of days left in the off-season/pre-season/whatever-you-want-to-call-it-before-you-race-again-in-the-subsequent-season. 2013 kicks into high gear with the Tour of San Luis here in the San Luis’ian region of Argentina. […]

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Riding the Waves

Two more days of team camp here in southwestern Tuscany. These 48 hours represent two more chances for the most meager breakfast offerings one has ever seen in the modern world, as […]

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Fall Photo Essay

Today is November 2, which means the 2013 season began yesterday. Except that yesterday was spent by yours truly on an airplane and then kicking it at the airport, so the season […]

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