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Who’s Hungry?



For those of you curious on the matter, I encourage you to avoid planning on going anywhere via car in downtown Dubai the day the Tour of Dubai’s prologue comes to town. […]

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The Tour of Dubai’s Prologue’s Prologue



I’m just going to assume that you’ve never been to Dubai. Prior to my arrival 21 hours ago, I’d never met anyone who’s been to Dubai, I’d never been to Dubai myself, […]

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"What's up Ace?"

Colorado Awesoming



Some folks call it global warming while others are taking to the rosily auspicious title, global weirding. While I certainly don’t like what it’s doing to tear apart the environment, displace people […]

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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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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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My Best Uncle Eddie Impression



I’ve expanded my packing list so that when preparing for adventures of life on the road, you now need a wallet, passport, cycling shoes, and cell phone. So after having invested entirely […]

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Onward



200 Not On 100, a race in Utah, RnR in Colorado. Now you know what I’ve been up to lately. Bang, boom, done. Ciao! …Or not. Of course not, because there’s more […]

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I Would Expect Nothing Less



Welcome back, me! Specifically, I’ve just returned from a quasi-cycling vacation to the northern reaches of the Italian Dolomites and then to the postcard perfect center of the country in Chianti. I’d […]

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