Tag Archives: Spring Classics

Power to the pedals!


If you’re like most cycling fans, you probably watched a bike race today. It probably took place in France and ran from roughly Paris to roughly Roubaix — although curiously, not exactly […]

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some rocks

Not Just Another Sunday

My ten year college reunion takes place this June, which means two things: one, I’m pleased with my decision to take my degree and thus far turn it into a ten years […]

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Time to Unwind

Paris-Roubaix sees its first set of cobbles about twenty meters into the race. But I’ll call this “Sector Zero” since twenty meters from the start line is actually still in the neutral, […]

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That’s a Wrap

The northern Spring Classics are done and dusted! Casa dulce casa, back home sweet home in Girona right now after finishing Tour of Flanders yesterday. Oh… wait a tic. Oops, yup that’s […]

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What Day is it?

Groundhog Day! The calendar reads just one or two years later, but a quick scroll through my memory rolodex and I’ve been here before. Yup, Ronde Van Vlaanderen Eve. This being year […]

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Done and Dusted

Quite literally. Be either really excited or completely confused, faithful readers, because this is one of those once annual iamtedking race reports. Easter Sunday 2012 marked my second Paris-Roubaix. The first time […]

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256km tomorrow on the Ronde. Actually 256.9km plus probably a few kilometers neutral, so let’s call it a cool 260. Not wanting to overdo it, we went for a very chill ride […]

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