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GooOOOOoooOOooOOooo Team!



It’s fitting that I finished today’s queen stage of the Tour of Utah up the fierce Snowbird finishing climb with Ben King. My (not actual) brother from another mother, Ben and I […]

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Long ride 6/20 -- Purty and still snowy up here.

Map Dorks Unite!



A person who makes maps is called a cartographer. I read Ken Jenning’s Maphead and he says that people who love maps are mapheads. He had a series of other names, but […]

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Today is Friday. Fact.



Well, hrmmm. Geezum crow… not much to say. I’m fishing for words here, but am coming up short. Not much to say. Stage seven of the Tour de Suisse was a toughie, […]

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A Day Late, but Not a Buck Short. (Cause that doesn’t make any sense.)



A lot has happened in the past day, which helps explain why I didn’t do a race report yesterday. My sincerest apologies. Amid all the bad news in the world, here’s a […]

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What Day Is It?



A wise man once said, when the mosquitoes come out en masse across New England, it would behoove you to fly back to Europe. That wise man is me and lo and […]

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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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Template: shower, food, massage, stretch, food, sleep, rest, repeat.



Today’s edition of Paris-Nice was hard. It’s 9:30 at night as I peck away at this entry and my legs are erring on the side of sore. Thankfully for Andy, who you’ll […]

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