Tag Archives: Italy

As you can guess, this has to do with stuff in Italy.

A Red, White, and Blue Breakfast

Ask any American cyclist what they miss most about living in Europe and you’ll hear the echoing repitition. Nearly always jumping around the subject of food, without fail the list will include […]

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A Lesson in Futility

An appropriate subtitle to the title above would read, “Running (Italian) Errands”. Allow me to preface this post by acutely pointing out that having now lived in Italy for more than a […]

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TUSB comes of age

Never content, Goldilocks was ultimately mauled by bears. While Voltaire could have taught Ms. ‘locks the same lesson with the sage line, Perfect is the enemy of good, no one seems to […]

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Riding in a Winter Wonderland

“Dude, you’re stealing my bandwidth!” This tech-savvy day in age, that’s the ambiguous and frequent expression when more than one person is on a wireless network. Turns out that 97.3% of cyclists […]

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The 365 Days of 2011

As a Socrates once said, a picture is worth a thousand words. By that logic, what follows here is quite the verbose essay because it would therefore be nearly a hundred thousand […]

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Jaw Dropping Efficiency

Hark… Snow! I mentioned yesterday that it snowed here in Sardinia on our fourth to final training ride. I did not put enough emphasis into the fact that the snow was preceded […]

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Tuscan Food and Drink

Who’s been to the grocery store lately and seen those distinctively orange looking tomatoes in the fruit section? Please allow me to offer some advice: it’s time to get out from under […]

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Zoom zoom

I have the lingering feeling that I just stepped out of a teleportation shuttle. This fall has cruised by in rapid fashion with stops all throughout New England – some of which […]

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