Tag Archives: Fall

Fifteen Years

Today is March 23, which in our family is a day that lives in infamy. It’s been fifteen years to the day that my dad, my namesake, the other Ted King in […]

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354 Days and Counting

Thanksgiving was of course last month, but with the end of the year looming large, there is a bountifully long list of things for which I’m thankful. Retirement from the WorldTour, moving across the […]

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Stuffing Turkey Week

Sugar and spice and everything nice, that’s Thanksgiving in a nutshell. Actually, that’s my Thanksgiving dinner pumpkin pie in a pie sell. Although, the only sugar I used in my pie was […]

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A Different King Challenge

I brushed my teeth today! (Okay, I brush my teeth every day. Twice most days, sometimes thrice when I’m riding 200 miles at a go and eating lots of sugar. Tim Johnson […]

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  It’s one month to the day til the King Challenge is here, I’ve whipped up this poem, just call me Ted Shakespeare. The year 2016 is our sixth annual event. To […]

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Let’s Ride Bikes

It will be the fifth of September, the year twenty sixteen, I’m back visiting New England, it’s so lush and so green! Labor Day is nearly here thereby signalling summer’s unofficial end, […]

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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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(Not Quite) Business As Usual

The typical off season of a professional cyclist begins in early October and runs the length of the month. Rolling our bike to the garage corner, it quietly collects dust for a […]

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